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Question 1: ________ played two different Monsters.
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes BackDavid ProwseDarth VaderStar Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Question 2: In a 1968 episode of ________ entitled "Transylvania Mania," a smart Dracula-like character and a stupid Frankenstein-like creature try to steal The Inspector's brain to put it in a new creature the vampire is building.
Deux DeuxThe InspectorThe Great DeGaulle Stone OperationThe Pink Panther (character)

Question 3: Using the Kryptonian technology, he is able to animate his (unintentionally) super-powered creature, which initially resembles ________.
Brainiac (comics)Solomon Grundy (comics)Lex LuthorBizarro

Question 4: 1961: Frankenstein, el Vampiro y Cia ("Frankenstein, the Vampire and Company") was a Mexican remake of ________.
Dracula (1979 film)Abbott and Costello Meet FrankensteinDracula (Spanish-language version)Dracula (1931 film)

Question 5: An episode of ________ had a spoof called "Frankengoof"; despite the title, the monster is a mirror image of Black Pete.
A Goofy MovieAn Extremely Goofy MovieGoof TroopGoofy

Question 6: The Munsters' house at 1313 Mockingbird Lane can still be seen on the Universal Studios' backlot tour at Universal Studios in Universal City, ________.
Los AngelesSan Jose, CaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaCalifornia

Question 7: Batman's butler ________ is changed to a hunchbacked dwarf named Alfredo, filling the "Igor" role.
Alfred PennyworthBatman franchise mediaDick GraysonJames Gordon (comics)

Question 8: "Frankenstein" is a song by American Metal band ________ from their 2001 album Horror Show, which features songs themed after classic movie monsters.
Dark GenesisThe Glorious BurdenIced EarthJon Schaffer

Question 9: 1990: Frankenstein Unbound was a science fiction movie based on the novel by ________.
H. G. WellsHarry HarrisonArthur C. ClarkeBrian Aldiss

Question 10: 2009: Army of Frankenstein, This film is directed by Richard Raaphorst, the story tells over a fight in the year 1945 between Polish and German Borderlines at the end of the ________[3].
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War II
















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