Magic's Movie Trivia Answers:

1. I won an Emmy for my work in the television show “Rhoda” and have played parts in Woody Allen’s “Radio Days”, and “Hannah & Her Sisters”. I am also the voice of Selma Bouvier. Who am I?

Julie Kavner

2. I played one of heroes in the movie “The Mystery Men”, and in a long running television series I’m the voice of a bartender who moonlights occasionally as an unlicensed surgeon. Who am I?

Hank Azaria

3. This 1989 film is about the widow owner of a baseball team who wants to hire a roster full of losers so she can move it to warmer climates. It features a wild thing from the California penal leagues who needs glasses, and an old catcher with bad knees.

Major League

4. I am a graduate of the University of Missouri who has starred in numerous films where I’ve been a sniper, homicidal Army sergeant, Civil War general and a character known as Sam Weber.

Tom Beringer

5. I was in “The Big Chill” but the only shots of me that made it to the screen were my hands. Who am I?

Kevin Costner

6. I am the voice of CNN, and Darth Vader.

James Earl Jones

7. In the film, “The Empire Strikes Back” the special effects crew has some fun with the audience by inserting two common objects into a scene filled with asteroids. Name them.

A shoe and a potato come perilously close to the Millennium Falcon during its perilous flight through an asteroid field.

8. The Pixar films, “Toy Story” and “A Bug’s Life” are both chock full of hidden images of this famous cartoon character. Name this character.

Mickey Mouse – whose image can be found in numerous spots ranging from water drops on a window to shadows on the wall.

9. When Mister Wolfe needs a special cleanup, he calls Joe at Monster Joe’s Truck & Tow. Name the film.

Pulp Fiction

10. Name the film with this line … “Me and Jenny wuz like peas and carrots again”.

Forrest Gump

11. John Wayne was born May 26, 1907 as Marion Robert Morrison. He never legally changed his name, but he used this famous adopted moniker in all his films except one. What name did he use in the exception?

”Duke” Morrison in the 1929 Fox film “Words and Music”.

12. When John Wayne was honored with his own square at the Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, where did the sand used in the cement come from?

It was brought from the beach at Iwo Jima.

13. I became the first black man to win an Academy Award for Best Actor for my role as Homer Smith. Who am I?

Sidney Poitier

14. I served in the US Army during WWII as a mine sweeper. Later, I would write, direct and star in films – most often comedies. Some lines written for my films include “It’s good to be the king” and “What in the wild, wild world of sports is ah going on? I hired you boys to lay rail, not to jump around like a bunch of Kansas City faggots.”

Mel Brooks

15. Name the film character who walks into a bulkhead and knocks himself out shortly after saying “I know this ship like the back of my hand”.

Commander Montgomery Scott from StarTrek V: The Final Frontier

16. I was born one of eleven children in Peekskill, New York. I’ve been an actor in many films. Among the characters I played on screen … Porter, Rocky, Benjamin Martin, and Captain Daniel McCormick.

Mel Gibson in “Payback”, “Chicken Run”, “The Patriot” and “Forever Young”.

17. Name the film with these song lyrics “…Please keep off of the grassShine your shoes, wipe your...face”

Shrek – the welcome to Duloc song.

18. During WWII, I joined the US Army Air Corps as a buck private and eventually retire from the US Air Force Reserve as a brigadier general. In my spare time, I made over 80 films during with my peak occurring during the 1940s through 1960s. I was a small town doctor in John Wayne’s last film.

Jimmy Stewart

19. My characters were asked the same phrase in two different movies. The first asked from Gene Kelly and the second from Fred Astaire. Who am I?

Judy Garland in "For Me and My Gal" and "Easter Parade." In both, her love interests say this: "Why didn't you tell me I was in love with you?"

20. Born in British Columbia, on the silver screen I was known once as Sephora, and later on both big & small screen, as Lily Munster. Who am I?

Yvonne de Carlo

21. Terri Garr’s character in Young Frankenstein was once confused as Dr. Frankenstein was commenting about some adornments on a door. Name the character.


22. Among the roles in film I’ve had include being a greenskeeper, army private, and unscrupulous television executive. My real life love includes baseball and I am part owner in two minor league teams.

Bill Murray – co owner of the St. Paul Saints and Charleston River Dogs

23. A real sex kitten in my heyday. Among my steamy lines include “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way” and “You’re not too smart, are you? I like that in a man”.

Kathleen Turner in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” and “Body Heat”.

24. Bryan Cranston plays the well meaning, oversexed but generally flummoxed dad in “Malcom In The Middle”. He also had a role in the film “Saving Private Ryan”. What did he do in that film?

He had a small role as War department colonel who investigates the deaths of the Ryan brothers. 25. This set of films features the ultra secret work of an organization whose entrance is 504 Battery Drive.

Men In Black and Men In Black II