Test your memory of the pictures that Photoplay magazine selected as the most outstanding of the year 1933. Give yourself five points for every one you remember correctly. The score should be at least eighty for a seasoned moviegoer.
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- “Rasputin and the Empress” featured John, Ethel and Lionel Barrymore. Which one of these actors played the czar?
Alexander Kirkland C. Aubrey Smith
Monte Blue Ralph Morgan
- The children of Will Rogers in ‘ State Fair” were played by
Lew Ayres Janet Gaynor
Norman Foster Sally Eilers
Janet Gaynor, Norman Foster Jr
- The role of M. Topaze in ‘ Topaze” was played by:
John Barrymore Maurice Chevalier
Dick Barthelmess Fredric March
- “Sweepings” was the story of a disillusioned father. Who was the father?
Henry Travers Lionel Barrymore
Lewis Stone Henry Stephenson
- You remember George Arliss in “Voltaire,” but who was Mme. Pompadour?
Adrienne Ames Norma Shearer
Marian Nixon Doris Kenyon
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
- The man who got the chance to live his life over again in “Turn Back the Clock” was played by:
Lee Tracy Paul Lukas
Warner Baxter Rod La Rocque
- “Three Cornered Moon” was one of the first of the screwy family pictures. Mary Boland was the crackpot mother, who played her daughter
Bebe Daniels Claudette Colbert
June Collyer Constance Cummings
Binnie Barnes, Merle Oberon, Wendy Barrie
- In “One Sunday Afternoon”, two men loved Fay Wray. She married Neil Hamilton but the other man was:
Gary Cooper Nick Stuart
Ricardo Cortex James Dunn
- ‘”Lady for a Day” was about a blowzy old apple-selling woman. Apple Annie was brilliantly played by
Helen Westley May Robson
Marie Dressier Louise Dresser
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