I give a brief description of the film....you name the film. Click on "Comments" below to answer or to view answers.
These movies are bananas!!
1 The travels of a bare-knuckle boxer (Clint Eastwood) and his traveling companion, an orangutan named Clyde.
2 Gorillas in the Mist (1988) has Sigourney Weaver starring as who, in this true story about her study of gorillas, and her efforts to stop the decimation of the endangered apes.
3 In The Jungle Book (1967), monkeys kidnap young Mowgli and carry him off to King Louie, an orangutan who wants to learn the secret of making what.
4 The sequel to number 1
5 In Raiders of the Lost Ark, a monkey died of eating a poisenous what?
6 This movie features a gorilla named Amy that communicates with humans using an electronic device that translates sign language motions into voice.
7 This tarzan movie was Christopher Lambert's first English speaking role
8 Tagline: According to science, Bigfoot doesn't exist. When you can't believe your eyes, trust your heart.
9 What island did King Kong hail from?
10 What was the name of the chimp in 'Being John Malkovich'?
These are all films with road trips as a major element of the film. Click "Comments" to answer or to view answers.
This is one of my favorite concepts....Complete the connection by naming the two actor/actresses in each movie still along with the film name. What is number 11?
Name the stars, name the film, complete the connection
These are all real people that had characters based on them. Character Name, Production, Real Name, Actor Portrayal.
1 - Before the characters Jame Gumb aka Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs and Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, there was this character in what film from 1960 film what was based on Ed Gein, who was an American murderer and grave robber that would fashion trophies from his victoms bones and skin.
2 - James "Whitey" Bulger was a wanted fugitive and leader of an Irish-American crime family from Boston. He was on the FBI's Top 10 Most Wanted list from August 19, 1999 until he was arrested in Santa Monica, California on June 22, 2011 and is the basis for this character in this oscar winning film.
3 - He is one of the main characters from this video game series and was modeled after Jean-Claude Van Damme.
4 - This television character was loosely based on Larry David's former neighbor that lived across the hall from him.
5 - Jimmie Foxx was a former baseball Hall of Famer with a drinking problem that precluded him from being able to manage a men's major league franchise. He was the basis of what character from what movie?
6 - The character of this television series is loosely based on co-producer Eric Stough, whom Matt Stone and Trey Parker regard as a "goody-goody" because of his reluctance to offend.
7 - Meyer Lansky was a Jewish-American organized crime frigure that was the influence for this 1974 character played by Lee Strasberg.
8 - Kim Peek was an American savant with poor social skills resulting from a developmental disability related to brain abnormalitlies. He is the basis for this film character with autism.
9 - Chuck Wepner was an unknown club fighter that got his big shot in 1975 to fight Muhammad Ali. It was not regarded as a serious fight until in the 9th round, Wepner knocked down Ali with a blow to the chest. The fight continued until Wepner was finally knocked out in the final 15th round (almost "going the distance"). This fight was the inspiration for both this character and its movie.
10 - Mehran Nasseri is an Iranian refugee who lived in the departure lounge of Terminal One in Charles D Gaulle Airport from Aug 1988-July 2006. What movie and character was based on his experiences?
EXPLANATION: He was expelled from Iran in 1977 for ptotests against the Shah. He was awarded refugee status by the UN for refugees in Belgium. This permitted residence in any European country. En route to the UK in 1988, his briefcase containing his papers were stolen in Paris. He boarded the plane for Londan but was returned to France when he failed to present a passport. His entry to the airport was legal, but he had no country of origin to be returned to; thus began his residency at Terminal 1.
These are scenes from films where drugs, in some form, are a major plot to the film....name the film
Here are descriptions of the most visited grave sites in the world. Name the person....
1 - The famous Irish writer, poet and playwright is visited frequently by fans and his work is still being read throughout the world today, 100 years after his death
2 - Burried in Seattle’s Lakeview Cemetery in 1973, his plot draws people from around the world including three Mongolians who trekked 3,700 miles to honor him on the 53rd anniversary of his birth.
3 - The superintendent of the cemetery says that he estimates 2,000 to 3,000 visitors a year go to visit this author's plot at Woodlawn Cemetery in Elmira, New York, 175 years after his birth. 2010 marked the 125th anniversary of the publishing of one of his most famous novels.
4 - He moved to Palm Springs, California where he died and was buried at Desert Memorial Park in 1998 with a bottle of Jack Daniels and a pack of camel cigarettes.
5 - Buried at the Spencer-family estate in North Hampshire, once a year, between July and early September, visitors are granted the opportunity to visit the grave although no one is allowed to set foot on the island, the path to the island’s entry is lined with 36 birch trees, one for every year of her life.
6 - In 2009, the crypt directly above hers in the Los Angeles Cemetery sold on eBay for auction at offer of $4.6 million 47 years after her death.
7 - Buried in 1971 at Pere-Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, a cemetery that was established in 1804 by Napoleon Bonaparte. Although many other famous musicians and writiers are buried there, this grave takes the place as the most visited plot on the cemetary grounds.
8 - His gravesite was moved to his estate due to attempts of vandals to steal the body. Admission is paid by over 600,000 people a year to visit the grave in Tennessee.
9 - His grave is covered by a flat stone that bears an epitaph believed to be written by him reading,
Good friend, for Jesus’ sake forebear
To dig the dust enclosed here;
Blessed be the man that spares these stones
And curst be he that moves my bones
10 - Entombed on September 3, 2009 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, CA, the gravesite was opened to the public on June 25, 2010 to allow fans to pay their tribute to him.
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