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Frankie and Johnny (1991 film): Quiz


Question 1: Upon his release, he is hired as a short-order cook by a gruff New York diner owner, Nick (________).
Michael ConradJames CocoFyvush FinkelHéctor Elizondo

Question 2: Frankie and Johnny (1991) is an American motion picture, directed by Garry Marshall, and starring ________ and Michelle Pfeiffer in their first film together since Scarface (1983).
Paul NewmanDustin HoffmanAl PacinoJack Lemmon

Question 3: While serving an 18-month prison sentence on a forgery charge, Johnny (________) discovers the joys of cooking and classical literature.
Al PacinoDustin HoffmanPaul NewmanJack Lemmon

Question 4: ________, the actress who originated the role of Frankie in the 1987 Off-Broadway play, campaigned for the film role but was passed over in favour of Michelle Pfeiffer.
Meryl StreepKathy BatesAngelina JolieAcademy Award for Best Actress

Question 5: ________, Nathan Lane and Kate Nelligan appeared in supporting roles.
Fyvush FinkelMichael ConradHéctor ElizondoJames Coco

Question 6: Also working at the diner is a reclusive, lonely waitress named Frankie (________) and her extrovert friend, Cora (Kate Nelligan).
Jessica LangeMichelle PfeifferEmma ThompsonMeryl Streep

Question 7: As a film director, it was Marshall's first for Paramount Pictures, for whose television division he had created and/or produced several sitcoms, most notably the ________ franchise.
Happy DaysLove, American StyleLaverne & ShirleyBlansky's Beauties

Question 8: Another film of the same name, Frankie and Johnny (1966) starring ________ and Donna Douglas, takes its name from the song but is in no other way related to this film.
Don't Be CruelHound Dog (song)Elvis PresleyHeartbreak Hotel

Question 9: The original score was composed by ________.
Carly SimonJohn Barry (composer)Carole Bayer SagerMarvin Hamlisch

Question 10: Peter Travers in ________ wrote: "there hasn't been a sharper, sassier, more touching romantic comedy this year...
Hot PressEMIRolling StoneNME

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