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Quiz about Hitchcock Movie Taglines
Quiz about Hitchcock Movie Taglines

Test yourself! Take this Hitchcock Movie Taglines Quiz | Hitchcock, Alfred


Not all of the quoted taglines were from the original release of the films. Some of them were used to advertise subsequent releases. I have also included the starring actors to make it a little easier. All questions are multiple choice.

A multiple-choice quiz by skunkee. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
skunkee
Time
3 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
152,998
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
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Question 1 of 10
1. (1954) 'If a woman answers...hang on for dear life!' 'Is this the man she was waiting for...or the man who was waiting for her?' Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings, and John Williams starred. Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. (1959) 'The Master of Suspense presents a 3,000 mile chase across America!' 'The Master of Suspense weaves his greatest tale.' Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason and Martin Landau starred. Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. (1954) 'See it! - If your nerves can stand it after 'Psycho'!' (for the 1962 re-release) 'The most unusual and intimate journey into human emotions ever filmed!' 'It only takes one witness to spoil the perfect crime.' James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter and Raymond Burr starred. Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. (1951) 'It begins with a shrieking train whistle, and ends with shrieking excitement!' 'A tennis star plays a match with murder!' 'It's off the beaten track!' Farley Granger, and Robert Walker starred. Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. (1940) 'The shadow of this woman darkened their love.' 'The most glamorous woman of all time.' 'A lonely man, a lovely girl...struggling against the secret of Manderley.' Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders and Judith Anderson starred. Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. (1956) 'A little knowledge can be a deadly thing!' 'Alfred Hitchcock strikes the highest note of suspense the screen has yet achieved!' Doris Day, and James Stewart starred in this remake of Hitchcock's own 1934 release of the same name. Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. (1960) 'A new and altogether different screen excitement!' 'No one, but no one will be admitted to the theatre after the start of each performance of Alfred Hitchcock's ______.' 'Don't give away the ending - it's the only one we have!' 'We all get crazy sometimes.' Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles and John Gavin starred. Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. (1966) 'It tears you apart with suspense!' Paul Newman and Julie Andrews starred. Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. (1946) 'Notorious woman of affairs...adventurous man of the world!' 'Deep their love! Great the risk!' 'Electric tension!' 'The screen's top romantic stars in a melodramatic masterpiece.' Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains starred. Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. (1944) 'Six men and three women - against the sea and each other.' Tallulah Bankhead, Connie Porter, William Bendix, Walter Slezak, Mary Anderson, and Hume Cronyn starred. Hint



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1. (1954) 'If a woman answers...hang on for dear life!' 'Is this the man she was waiting for...or the man who was waiting for her?' Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings, and John Williams starred.

Answer: Dial M for Murder

In keeping with the big fad at the time, this movie was originally released in 3D. This explains why the camera shots are often set up so that there are a lots of things between the lens and the actors. Hitchcock can be seen in the reunion picture that hangs on the wall.
2. (1959) 'The Master of Suspense presents a 3,000 mile chase across America!' 'The Master of Suspense weaves his greatest tale.' Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason and Martin Landau starred.

Answer: North by Northwest

The terrifying finale on the face of Mt. Rushmore was not actually filmed there, Hitchcock could not get permission to shoot a murder on a national monument. A replica was built for the filming, and even then care was taken to not associate the actual faces of the presidents with violence. Hitchcock can be seen in the opening credits, rushing for a bus and having the door shut in his face.
3. (1954) 'See it! - If your nerves can stand it after 'Psycho'!' (for the 1962 re-release) 'The most unusual and intimate journey into human emotions ever filmed!' 'It only takes one witness to spoil the perfect crime.' James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter and Raymond Burr starred.

Answer: Rear Window

This was one of the famous 'Five Lost Hitchcocks', five movies that Hitchcock purchased the rights to and willed to his daughter. These five films were finally re-released in theatres in and around 1984, after approximately 30 years of being buried. Hitchcock's cameo occurs about half an hour into the movie, where he can be seen winding the clock in the song writer's apartment.
4. (1951) 'It begins with a shrieking train whistle, and ends with shrieking excitement!' 'A tennis star plays a match with murder!' 'It's off the beaten track!' Farley Granger, and Robert Walker starred.

Answer: Strangers on a Train

Hitchcock can be seen early in the film, boarding a train while carrying a double bass fiddle. Hitchcock always claimed that the scene where the stuntman climbed under the racing carousel was the most dangerous stunt that was ever performed under his direction, and that he would never attempt anything that dangerous again.

There is a wonderful exhibit based on this scene at Universal Studios in Florida.
5. (1940) 'The shadow of this woman darkened their love.' 'The most glamorous woman of all time.' 'A lonely man, a lovely girl...struggling against the secret of Manderley.' Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders and Judith Anderson starred.

Answer: Rebecca

Hitchcock's appearance is near the end of the movie, walking past a phone booth where Sanders is making a call. Olivier wanted his girlfriend, Vivien Leigh, to play opposite him. When Fontaine was cast instead, Olivier was quite unpleasant to her, making her feel shy and uneasy. Since these traits were exactly what Hitchcock wanted from her character, he played on those feelings, convincing her that nobody on the set liked her very much.
6. (1956) 'A little knowledge can be a deadly thing!' 'Alfred Hitchcock strikes the highest note of suspense the screen has yet achieved!' Doris Day, and James Stewart starred in this remake of Hitchcock's own 1934 release of the same name.

Answer: The Man Who Knew Too Much

Hitchcock can be seen watching an acrobat in the marketplace in Morocco, just before the murder occurs. 'Que Sera, Sera' won an Oscar for Best Song, and turned out to be the biggest hit of Doris Day's career. In the murder scene, Jimmy Stewart's fingers were supposed to wipe black make-up off of the victim's face.

The make-up department could not find a black covering that wiped off that easily, so they applied white paint to Stewart's fingers instead, to produce that dramatic effect. This is another of the 'Five Lost Hitchcocks'.
7. (1960) 'A new and altogether different screen excitement!' 'No one, but no one will be admitted to the theatre after the start of each performance of Alfred Hitchcock's ______.' 'Don't give away the ending - it's the only one we have!' 'We all get crazy sometimes.' Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles and John Gavin starred.

Answer: Psycho

This is arguably Hitchcock's most well known film. Hitchcock can be seen early in the film, wearing a cowboy hat outside of Marion's office. The terrifying shower scene that had many people bathing for quite a while, never actually showed one stab or stab wound. The blood that you see running down the drain is really Bosco's chocolate syrup.
8. (1966) 'It tears you apart with suspense!' Paul Newman and Julie Andrews starred.

Answer: Torn Curtain

This is not one of Hitchcock's best movies, and a lot of debate has gone on over whether or not Julie Andrews did Hitchcock any favours by agreeing to appear. She does lack the usual cool, almost frosty, aloofness of many of Hitchcock's heroines. Hitchcock can be seen early in the movie, sitting in a hotel lobby with a baby on his knee.
9. (1946) 'Notorious woman of affairs...adventurous man of the world!' 'Deep their love! Great the risk!' 'Electric tension!' 'The screen's top romantic stars in a melodramatic masterpiece.' Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains starred.

Answer: Notorious

Hitchcock can be seen drinking champagne at the party in the mansion, in this very suspenseful movie. Hitchcock claimed that because the film dealt with uranium, the F.B.I. had him under surveillance for three months.
10. (1944) 'Six men and three women - against the sea and each other.' Tallulah Bankhead, Connie Porter, William Bendix, Walter Slezak, Mary Anderson, and Hume Cronyn starred.

Answer: Lifeboat

As the whole film was shot in a life boat, they had to get a little creative for Hitchcock's cameo. He appears in a newspaper ad for a weight loss program as both the before and after shots. Hitchcock really had lost a lot of weight because of a crash diet. Most of the cast caught pneumonia, due to constant exposure to cold water.
Source: Author skunkee

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