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The cunningly cryptic movie quiz


Here are the answers to last week’s
Cunningly Cryptic Movie Quiz

 
I asked the cannibal if he was happy to have devoured the girl. He said he was …..
‘Glad he ate her’ which translates into the movie title GLADIATOR
 
If you said ‘Ouch!’ part of you usually feels like this.
‘Sore’ which translates into the movie title SAW 

In Spain, John flapped his wings and soared above the clock-bird’s home.‘Juan flew over the cuckoo’s nest’ which translates into the movie title ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST 

A coward in a sprint race CHICKEN RUN

 
Have a nap in pirate’s treasure
‘Sleep in booty’ which translates into the movie title  SLEEPING BEAUTY
 

Examine the lady’s electronic gizmo  

‘Inspect her gadget’ which translates into the movie title  INSPECTOR GADGET

 
Jesus’s granddad might be known as this
THE GODFATHER
 
The casual way to greet midday
‘Hi Noon’ which translates into the movie title  HIGH NOON
 
A stereotypical  Italian would tell you this if his deity was unwell
‘God’s ill-ah’ which translates into the movie title  GODZILLA
 

22 over 7 from the USA  

‘Pi from America’ which translates into the movie title  AMERICAN PIE

 
His majesty telling untruths would be known as this
‘The lying king’ which translates into the movie title  THE LION KING 

Saw the lady’s fella

‘Spied her man’ which translates into the movie title  SPIDERMAN 
 

Locating the owner of the Nautilus FINDING NEMO
 
Where the British Pop star, originally named Harry Webb, would keep his aeroplane
Harry Webb is better known as Sir Cliff Richard, so ‘Harry’s hangar’ would become Cliff’s hangar’, which translates into the movie title  CLIFFHANGER
 
The time when you can hear owls calling
‘The toot hours’
which translates into the movie title THE TWO TOWERS 
 
The first person to correctly match all the clues to their corresponding answers was
Brian Dolton (aka
[info]tchernabyelo ).  The number generator over at random.org helped me select the second prize winner, Gregory Frost (aka [info]frostokovich). Both winners will recieve an I are a writer! mug and a Fur-Face CD combo.  

 
 
Thank you to everyone who took part. I hope you enjoyed the quiz, I certainly had fun coming up with the clues. We'll do another one soon. Now I'm off to dig out the rest of the driveway. 

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bondo_ba
Dec. 28th, 2010 02:25 pm (UTC)
You should do a double-entendre edition of this. I was chuckling into my tea from the outset...
msstacy13
Dec. 28th, 2010 02:36 pm (UTC)
I did wonder if schoolboys in England don't tell the old
"gladiator" joke to one another...
bondo_ba
Dec. 28th, 2010 03:46 pm (UTC)
And the "Inspector Gadget" one was old when I was a kid in the eighties... Almost as old as the "Rubber Balls and Liquor" joke, which displays an alarming lack of understanding on the biological side.
jongibbs
Dec. 28th, 2010 03:21 pm (UTC)
Some movie titles certainly lend themselves to double-entendres,, that's for sure :)

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