Okay, I will start first. I need to look for five questions about some of the most iconic or trademark clothes that were worn by the characters in various movies (preferably famous movies as I intend to make this an easy quiz). Anyone can help? I just need five more questions to complete my quiz. |
Reply #1. May 16 11, 10:45 AM
AH-NALD. 'Terminator'. Sunglasses.|
Travolta has a slew of musical garb- how about the leather jacket in 'Grease'?
Reply #2. May 16 11, 10:46 AM
Bikini - Ursula Andress in Dr No :)|
Reply #3. May 16 11, 11:03 AM
Or Little Black Dress - Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's|
Reply #4. May 16 11, 11:04 AM
Indiana Jones' hat.|
Pink Ladies' jackets in Grease.
Bruce Willis' vest in Die Hard.
Dorothy's gingham dress in Wizard of Oz.
Clint Eastwood's poncho in whichever film(s) it was lol.
(If I know them then I guarantee loads of people will know them because I am hopeless at film trivia)
Reply #5. May 16 11, 11:07 AM
Re: "Dorothy's gingham dress in Wizard of Oz."|
-Or the shoes.
Reply #6. May 16 11, 11:09 AM
dr who, any - my fav is the scarf|
scarlett o'hara's curtain dress
darth vader mask
alice in wonderland - blue dress
fred astaire - top hat and tails?
uncle sam - hat
Reply #7. May 16 11, 11:23 AM
Blues Brothers sunglasses, or Men in Black.|
Reply #8. May 16 11, 12:04 PM
Alvin and the Chipmunk's shirts, Alvin's with the giant A on it. :-)|
Cruella de Vil only wears white and black clothing...
Jiminy Cricket's outfit. :-)
Charlie Chaplin's bowler's hat.
Jack Sparrow's headband?
Willy Wonka's purple top hat?
That's all I have.
Reply #9. May 16 11, 12:25 PM
Thanks all for the input. I think I will choose five from the list, perhaps the movies that I have watched so that it's easier for me to write the interesting information. :)|
Reply #10. May 16 11, 12:38 PM
Good idea, Matthew. You'll retain pride of ownership in the quiz you write from this, yet you've allowed others to join in on the process and have given us all a quiz to look forward to!|
How about Carol Burnett's dress in her spoof "Went with the Wind," where she leaves the curtain rods in when she wears the famous dress made out of drapes?
Reply #11. May 16 11, 12:40 PM
Oops, mlcmlc, I didn't read your "curtain dress" post closely enough. I'm sorry. |
What a great episode that was!)
Reply #12. May 16 11, 12:41 PM
Harem pants and other accessories in "I Dream of Jeannie"?|
Reply #13. May 16 11, 1:07 PM
"Sound of Music" making clothes for the children out of curtains. Curtains get a lot of action, don't they? |
This thread is a good idea. I am lucky enough to live with my daughter who is always ready to toss around ideas with me - if not for her, I'd have much more trouble getting some of my titles to completion (or even started). And sometimes it just takes one suggestion that you don't even use to make things fall into place.
Reply #14. May 16 11, 2:11 PM
This calls for a challenge title.|
Reply #15. May 16 11, 2:16 PM
Hmmm, "Enchanted" also used curtains as clothing. Good idea, Kyle, this could make an entire quiz. ;-)|
Reply #16. May 16 11, 2:29 PM
So, who would do the curtains quiz? Is it catch as catch can? I don't know how these things work. |
Reply #17. May 16 11, 2:39 PM
And now the end is near, / and so I face the final curtain :) :(|
Reply #18. May 16 11, 2:42 PM
Curtain Call? That used to be the title of a business my mom, aunt, and grandma owned and operated. :-)|
Reply #20. May 16 11, 2:50 PM
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