Trivia questions about the Movies and TV and movie and film stars.

Which film star, who played Rhett Butler in Gone with the Wind, starred in more than 90 films over 30 years?
A: Clark Gable.

Which television show is presented by Jim Bowen?
A: Bullseye.

Which film, released by the Disney studios in 1938, was the first feature-length animated film?
A: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

What was the surname shared by the actresses who starred in My Fair Lady and The African Queen?
A: Hepburn.

What was the Beatles' first film?
A: A Hard Day's Night.

Who won a 1993 Oscar for Best Actress in The Piano?
A: Holly Hunter.

The first US television show filmed before an audience was I Love Lucy. Who was its star?
A: Lucille Ball.

Who was the female star of the film A Fish Called Wanda?
A: Jamie Lee Curtis.

In the Stephen King novel and film Christine, what was Christine?
A: A car.

Which star of the television show Eastenders sang the 1962 number 1 hit 'Come Outside'?
A: Wendy Richards.

Who directed Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and ET?
A: Steven Spielberg.

Who starred in Desperately Seeking Susan and Dick Tracy?
A: Madonna.

Which three primary colors make up a color television picture?
A: Red, Blue and Green.

Which Scottish engineer gave the first public demonstration of television in 1925?
A: John Logie Baird.

Who first played James Bond in the movies?
A: Sean Connery.

In which 1964 film did Clint Eastwood first play 'The Man With No Name'?
A: A Fistful of Dollars.

Which Ealing Studio film told the story of a scientist who developed a textile which never needed washing?
A: The Man in the White Suit.

In which film of the 19809s did Dudley Moore play the part of an elf?
A: Santa Claus the Movie.

Who made the 1902 science-fiction film A trip to the Moon.
A: George Melies.

Which film star's real name is Allen Stewart Konigsberg?
A: Woody Allen.

Which television quiz / game show was hosted by Gordon Burns?
A: The Krypton Factor.

Made in 1958, which was the first of the Carry On films?
A: Carry on Sergeant.

Which US actor died at the age of 22 after collapsing outside a Hollywood nightclub in 1993?
A: River Phoenix.

Which former child star was appointed US ambassador to Czechoslovakia in 1989?
A: Shirley Temple Black.

Which Oscar-winning actress married Laurence Olivier in 1940?
A: Vivien Leigh.

Which film by Alfred Hitchcock is a study in animal behavior?
A: The Birds.

What kind of vacuum tube is an essential component of a television set?
A: Cathode-ray tube.

By what name is Bernard Schwartz better known?
A: Tony Curtis.

Which film actress starred in Taxi Driver and Bugsy Malone when she was only 14?
A: Jodie Foster.

Which pop star appeared in Nicholas Roeg's film The Man Who Fell To Earth?
A: David Bowie.

What is the name of the spoof reporter played on television by Steve Coogan?
A: Alan Partridge.

Which 1987 film earned an Academy Award for Bernardo Bertolucci?
A: The Last Emperor.

What was the stage name of Arthur Stanley Jefferson, the British comic, who made his name as half of a famous duo?
A: Stan Laurel.

Which film studio was originally opened in 1912 as the Famous Players Film Company?
A: Paramount.

Which Japanese director introduced Japanese cinema to 'western audiences with his film Seven Samurai?
A: Akira Kurosawa.

Which film did Barbra Streisand direct in 1983?
A: Yentl.

Whose use of 'Method acting' made him one of the cinema's most distinctive stars?
A: Marlon Brando.