The BBHQ Boomer Movie Quiz
Can you identify a movie title, if given just a single, memorable line? Let's find out.
Our quiz includes memorable lines from U.S. movies released in the late 50s, 60s, 70s and very early 80s. We're looking for the movie title, not the actor or character name.
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Answer as many questions as you can; use the TAB key or mouse to move from one question to another. We'll grade you, one question at a time. If you get it wrong, we'll give you the right answer. You cannot find the answer without taking a stab at it.
When you're done, we'll add up your score and see how you compare to others.
Spacing and capitalization do not matter; spelling does.
Many questions offer a hint; a few offer more than one hint. But if you take the hint; you only get half-credit if you get it right; you lose half a point if you get it wrong.
OK... let's go to the movies:
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