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Greatest Sexy Moments of Film and TV
TV & Movies Mixture
"This quiz is inspired by Channel 4's survey to find the 100 Greatest Sexy Moments from film and TV. The choices in the quiz do not necessarily reflect the view of the author!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Coming in at No. 94 was "The Fabulous Baker Boys". The boys in question were played by Jeff and Beau Bridges, but who was the actress who lounged across a piano and sang "Makin Whoopee"?
TV programmes also feature in the list. "The Buddha of Suburbia" is at No. 83 in the survey. The star of this series later went on to star in another, rather better known smash hit TV series, which first reached our screens in 2004 (US) and 2005 (UK). Which series is this?
(One word four letters)
At No. 71 was "The Thomas Crown Affair". Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway succeed in making what hitherto innocent game into an erotic experience?
At No. 55 is the film "Don't Look Now". It is possibly the only entry on the survey that earns its place with a lovemaking scene in which the two characters are married to each other. Since its release in 1973, rumours have abounded that Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland, the two stars of the film, weren't acting at all, although they both deny this. Who wrote the book on which the film is based?
P D James
Daphne Du Maurier
The dear old BBC found itself in trouble again in 1993, when it broadcast "Lady Chatterley", which came in at No. 46. Joely Richardson played the title role and Sean Bean played Mellors, her lover. Who directed this production?
The 1981 version of "The Postman Always Rings Twice" comes in at No. 39 on the survey. In this version, Jessica Lange plays the role of Cora, the lady who clears the kitchen table in a very novel and thoroughly untidy way. Who played Cora in the 1946 film version?
At No. 21 is a film starring Neve Campbell, Denise Richards, Matt Dillon and Kevin Bacon. Released in 1998 it tells a convoluted tale of fraud, murder and sexual shenanigans - not necessarily in that order. What is the title of this film?
East Side Story
"Top Gun" came in at No. 18. Which one of these songs was used in a love scene in this film?
"Relax" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood
"Take My Breath Away" by Berlin
"Unchained Melody" by The Righteous Brothers
"Eternal Flame" by The Bangles
"From Dusk Till Dawn" appears at No. 3, largely thanks to Salma Hayek. What obstacle did Ms. Hayek have to overcome to carry out her role in this film?
Fear of snakes
Religous objections to showing her body
Fear of heights
Feeling nauseous at the sight of blood
At No. 1 was a James Bond film, "Dr No". Ursula Andress emerging from the sea in a bikini earns this film its place at the top of the survey. What was her name in this film?
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Compiled Jun 28 12