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David Lynch: A Study In Weirdness

written by: JoeSmow
 
He may be one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, but let's face it, this guy is weird. Here is a quiz to prove it.

Question 1:

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David Lynch took a paper route to finish financing his first film, Eraserhead.
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Question 2:

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Which big budget film did David Lynch refuse to direct because the thought of doing it gave him a headache?
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Lord of the Ring: Fellowship of the Ring
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl


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Question 3:

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When David Lynch removed his name from the three-hour version of Dune, what pseudonyms did he use?
Alan Smithee and Paul Clark
Frank Booth and Alan Smithee
Alan Smithee and Judas Booth
Alan Smithee and Benedict Velvet


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Question 4:

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David Lynch received his first Academy Award nomination for the film Blue Velvet.
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Question 5:

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David Lynch never wanted to reveal the murderer of Laura Palmer in the Television series Twin Peaks.
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False


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Question 6:

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What musical produced by David Lynch debuted between the release of Twin Peaks and Wild at Heart?
The Polybepsian Dance Number 2: The Midnight Drive on Mullholland
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
In Dreams I Walk with You
Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Broken Hearted


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Question 7:

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What is the name of the comic strip David Lynch wrote for The LA Reader, the Village Voice and several other alternative newspapers throughout the US and Canada?
This Modern World
Spike
Life In Hell
The Angriest Dog In The World


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Question 8:

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What vehicle does Alvin Straight use to travel from Iowa to Wisconsin in the David Lynch directed film The Straight Story?
A car shaped like an ear of corn
A cow
A lawnmower
An Arrow shaped wind powered bicycle


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Question 9:

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In 2002 David Lynch created this series of very vulgar online shorts.
Le Danse Macabre
Blood, Sex, Tears
Mullholland Drive
Dumbland


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Question 10:

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Mullholland Drive was originally intended to be David Lynch's follow up to the Twin Peaks television series.
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Question 11:

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In a 1990 interview, David Lynch claimed to be a frequent user of Amyl Nitrate, the inhalant used by Frank Booth in the 1986 film Blue Velvet.
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True


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Question 12:

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To promote one of his psychological thrillers, David Lynch made appearances with a cow and a placard bearing the slogan, "Without cheese there would be no ________________________." Name the film.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 13:

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This sitcom that aired on ABC was co-directed and co-written by Mark Frost and David Lynch.
True Tales of The FBI
On the Air
Frank Booth and Friends
The Palmers


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Question 14:

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What award did David Lynch win in 1990 and 2001?
Golden Globe
Academy Award
BAFTA Award
Golden Palm at Cannes


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