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John Shaft: Quiz


Question 1: In the TV series ________, Will Smith frequently references Shaft as one of his favorite film characters.
Nickelodeon (TV channel)TeenNickThe Fresh Prince of Bel-AirJames Avery (actor)

Question 2: In ER, ________ dresses up as Shaft for Halloween.
ER (season 6)ER (season 4)Kerry WeaverPeter Benton

Question 3: ________ utilized the Shaft character for promotion, and even somewhat parodied Shaft utilizing Shaquille O'Neal.
KFCBaskin-RobbinsSubway (restaurant)Burger King

Question 4: He was portrayed by Richard Roundtree in the original 1971 film and its two sequels, with ________ portraying his nephew (also named John Shaft) in the 2000 version of the film.
Samuel L. Jackson filmographyJustin TimberlakeJamie FoxxSamuel L. Jackson

Question 5: Despite this, the same John Shaft, as portrayed by Roundtree, was featured in a ________ in the remake, in which he gave his nephew John, as portrayed by Jackson, his P.I.
Film directorStan LeeFictional crossoverCameo appearance

Question 6: The blurb on the paperback on which the original film is based states Shaft is "Hotter than Bond, cooler than ________."
BullittRobbery (film)Krull (film)Eleni (film)

Question 7: A song entitled "Shaft in Greenland" appeared on ________'s album "Soul Rotation".
The Dead MilkmenPunk rockJoseph GenaroRodney Linderman

Question 8: ________ parodied the Shaft remake/sequel in promos for her short-lived television series, The Geena Davis Show.
Jessica LangeAnna PaquinGeena DavisAngela Lansbury

Question 9: (The first film, Shaft featured Shaft heading to the scene of the crime with the famous ________ theme on the soundtrack, or at least, heading towards where the plot would be established, but no teaser).
Stax RecordsIsaac HayesAngie StoneDavid Porter (musician)

Question 10: John Shaft is a fictional character created by screenwriter/novelist Ernest Tidyman as a sort of ________ answer to Ian Fleming's James Bond.
African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)African American cultureAfrican AmericanGreat Migration (African American)

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