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A Prairie Home Companion (film): Quiz


Question 1: Meryl Streep and ________ as Yolanda and Rhonda Johnson, who hail from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the last two of what was once a popular family country music act
Lily TomlinCarl ReinerRichard PryorLorne Michaels

Question 2: It is based on ________, a program broadcast on public radio stations in the United States and elsewhere.
Garrison KeillorFred ChildA Prairie Home CompanionBill McGlaughlin

Question 3: Woody Harrelson and ________ as Keillor's radio characters Dusty and Lefty, the singing cowboys.
Will FerrellAcademy Award for Best PictureJohn C. ReillyAcademy Award for Best Supporting Actor

Question 4: Commentary with director Robert Altman and actor ________
George HearnKevin KlineBoyd GainesKevin Spacey

Question 5: Tim Russell & ________ as the stage manager and his assistant
Will ForteWhitney HoustonAdam SandlerMaya Rudolph

Question 6: Virginia Madsen as the Dangerous Woman, "Asphodel," who may or may not be the Angel of Death (Asphodel is a flower, referenced in the poem "Demeter And Persephone" by ________ and associated with death and Hades in Greek mythology)
Ulysses (poem)Enoch ArdenIn Memoriam A.H.H.Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Question 7: To receive insurance for the shoot, Robert Altman had to hire ________ as a "backup" director to observe filming at all times and be prepared to take over for Altman in case of his incapacity.
Boogie NightsPaul Thomas AndersonThere Will Be BloodMagnolia (film)

Question 8: ________ as Lola Johnson, Yolanda's daughter who writes poems about suicide
Tina FeySpeak (Lindsay Lohan album)Mean GirlsLindsay Lohan

Question 9: Three (________, Woody Harrelson and L. Q. Jones) are from Texas, the state given rough treatment by the WLT cast and crew.
Tommy Lee JonesJohn GielgudAcademy Award for Best Supporting ActorJack Nicholson

Question 10: A Prairie Home Companion is a 2006 ensemble comedy elegy directed by ________, his final film released just five months before his death.
Nashville (film)Popeye (film)MASH (film)Robert Altman


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