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Why walk Hollywood and Vine when you could come here to learn more about your favourite stars and the history of the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame?
3 quizzes and 30 trivia questions.
  Hollywood's Walk of Fame    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is about the stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. Meant to honor great people in 5 categories, Motion Pictures, Television, Radio, Recording and Live Theatre. If you like it, I will create more. Have fun and good luck!
Very Difficult, 10 Qns, NalaMarie, Nov 05 02
Very Difficult
NalaMarie gold member
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  Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Grauman's Chinese Theatre is famous for its forecourt where many Hollywood stars have been immortalised in the cement. You don't need to have been there to play this quiz.
Average, 10 Qns, MotherGoose, Jan 09 06
MotherGoose editor
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  The Hollywood Walk of Fame (H.W.O.F)    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Begun in 1960, the H. W.O.F. is a dedicated sidewalk where over 2,400 stars have been awarded for achievements in entertainment. The first four categories were Motion Picture, Radio, Television and Recording (Music/Audio). Live Theatre was added in 1984.
Difficult, 10 Qns, paulmallon, Nov 07 20
paulmallon gold member
Nov 07 20
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Hollywood Walk of Fame Trivia Questions

1. Grauman's Chinese Theatre, also known as Mann's Chinese Theatre, was originally built by whom?

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Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: Sid Grauman

Sid Grauman originally built Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. It was jointly owned by Sid Grauman, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks Snr and Howard Schenk. The official opening was held on May 18, 1927. Its name was changed to Mann's Chinese Theatre in 1973 when it was purchased by the Mann Theatre chain. The name was changed back to Grauman's in 2002. It is said that the idea for preserving hand and footprints in the cement occurred to Sid Grauman after he accidentally stepped into wet concrete during the construction of the theatre.

2. Which celebrity has their star located at 6901 Hollywood Blvd?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: John Travolta

Casey Kasem's star is located at 6931 Hollywood Blvd. Burt Lancaster's is at 6801 Hollywood Blvd and Mel Blanc's is located at 6385 Hollywood Blvd.

3. Who were the first actors to be immortalised in the cement sidewalk outside the theatre?

From Quiz Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks

According to Mann Theatre's official website, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks were the first to record their autographs and footprints on April 30, 1927. The other answers were also among the first. All of these stars made their impressions during 1927.

4. What is the address of Elizabeth Taylor's star?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: 6336 Hollywood Blvd.

Boris Karloff's address is 1737 Vine St. The address 6504 Hollywood Blvd. belongs to James Cagney and 1719 Vine St. belongs to James Dean.

5. Some movie stars have recorded various messages along with their prints. Which Hollywood tough guy wrote "You made my day"?

From Quiz Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's signature is, of course, a reference to the quote "Go ahead - make my day" from his "Dirty Harry" movie series.

6. What famous singer's address is 6777 Hollywood Blvd?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: Elvis Presley & Elvis

I gave the clue, 3734, as a clue because it' the address to Graceland, 3734 Elvis Presley Blvd.

7. Among the over 2,400 stars on the H.W.O.F. only two novelists have been included. Sidney Sheldon is one, who is the other?

From Quiz The Hollywood Walk of Fame (H.W.O.F)

Answer: Ray Bradbury

Bradbury, who was born August 22, 1920, is the author of over 500 short stories and 30 books. His best-known novel is "Farenheit 451" (1953), which was turned into a 1969 movie. Another novel, "The Illustrated Man" (1951) made it to the big screen in 1966. He is also the author of a series of short stories which became a TV mini-series, "The Martian Chronicles", starring Rock Hudson in 1980. Sheldon was a writer for TV (I Dream of Jeannie" (1965-1970) and "The Patty Duke Show" (1963-1966) as well as an Academy Award winner for Best Screenplay for "The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer" with Cary Grant (1947). Then after turning 50 he became a best selling author of over 15 novels including "Master of the Game" (1982) and "Windmill of the Gods" (1987). His star, unveiled in 1988, can be viewed at 6739 Hollywood Boulevard. Ray Bradbury received his star April 1, 2002 for his work in Motion Pictures. If you'd like to take a gander head over to 6644 Hollywood Boulevard.

8. Over the years, some unusual impressions have been added. Who left an imprint of her "million dollar legs"?

From Quiz Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: Betty Grable

Betty Grable was known as "the girl with the million dollar legs". In 1939 she starred in the movie "Million Dollar Legs" with Jackie Coogan (to whom she was married) and Buster Crabbe. However, the "million dollar legs" referred to were not Betty's but those of a racehorse. Her nickname refers to the legend that Fox insured her legs with Lloyd's of London for a million dollars. In fact, the insured sum was only $250,000.

9. Johnny Depp's star on the Walk of Fame is located at 7018 Hollywood Blvd. The question is, what number is the star to be unveiled?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: 2,149th

Johnny Grant, Honorary Mayor of Hollywood and Chairman of the Walk of Fame committee, presided over the event and Leron Gubler, president of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, spoke on behalf of the organization.

10. On what date did Christopher Reeve receive his star?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: April 15, 1997

It's located at 7021 Hollywood Blvd.

11. Many famous families or at least family names have multiple stars on the H.W.O.F. Which surname was the first to garner 15 such awards?

From Quiz The Hollywood Walk of Fame (H.W.O.F)

Answer: Williams

Keeping up with the Joneses and beating them to it are the Williamses. One member of the clan, Tex, won his award in the Radio category. A pair of them won for their work on TV: Cindy and Bill. For their work in the field of Recording, six Williams' were awarded stars. They are Andy, Hank, Joe, Paul, Roger and Vanessa. The half-dozen thespians are Billy Dee, Earle, the swimming Esther, Guy, Kathlyn, and of course the wacky Robin. Interesting fact: I must admit I never heard of Kathlyn and I'm going to guess that not many of you have either. It turns out she was a film star during the silent picture days and later made only five "talkies". Her star at 7038 Hollywood Boulevard was dedicated February 8, 1960.

12. Which legendary vaudeville comedian recorded his hand and foot-prints, as well as an imprint of his cigar, along with the message "Going in Style"?

From Quiz Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: George Burns

George Burns was born Nathan Birnbaum on January 20, 1896. He died at the age of 100 on March 9, 1996. In a career that spanned eight decades, George Burns enjoyed success in vaudeville, radio, television and the movies.

13. Which actress dotted the "i" in her first name with a large rhinestone?

From Quiz Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: Marilyn Monroe

Unfortunately, the rhinestone is no longer there. An unknown tourist chiselled it out of the cement for a souvenir.

14. From the list provided, which is the one that has NOT received a star on the Walk of Fame?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: Tiger Woods

Little Richard's star is located at 6840 Hollywood Blvd. Neil Armstrong's is located at the corners of Hollywood and Vine and Sid Caesar's is located at 7014 Hollywood Blvd.

15. Grauman's Chinese Theatre has featured in some television shows. In the fifth season of "I Love Lucy", Lucy visits Grauman's and steals the cement slab bearing the footprints of "the Duke". Who was "the Duke"?

From Quiz Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: John Wayne

John Wayne was known by the nickname "The Duke". In episodes 128 and 129, Lucy and Ethel "souvenir" John Wayne's slab after discovering that it is loose. However, they are spotted. The slab is broken and in order to keep Lucy out of jail, Ricky appeals to John Wayne to help him replace the block. John Wayne left an imprint of his fist in his block.

16. How many stars does Jerry Lewis have as of 2001?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: 2 & two

He received one for his days on television and one for his movie days. His television star is located at 6150 Hollywodd blvd. and the one for his movies is located at 6821 Hollywood Blvd.

17. Most celebrities wear shoes whilst making their mark but two actors have made their footprints in bare feet. One was Harpo Marx. Which Scottish actor was the other?

From Quiz Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: Sean Connery

One of the greatest movie stars of all time, Sean Connery's handprints and bare footprints were immortalised on April 13, 1999. (What took them so long?)

18. Liza Minnelli's star is located at 7000 Hollywood Blvd. Where is her mother's, Judy Garland, located?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: 1715 Vine St.

19. It is not only human stars who are to be found in the cement. Tom Mix's horse Tony was the first animal star to leave his hoof-prints there. Which two other horses have their hoof-prints recorded as well?

From Quiz Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

Answer: Trigger and Champion

Trigger was Roy Rogers' horse and Champion belonged to Gene Autry. Silver and Scout were the Lone Ranger's and Tonto's horses respectively. Buttermilk was Dale Evans' horse, Cochise belonged to Little Joe Cartwright and Tornado was Zorro's horse. Fury was the black stallion from the 1950s television series "Fury".

20. When was the first star placed on the Walk of Fame?

From Quiz Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Answer: February 9, 1960

It was for Joanne Woodward.

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