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My favorite type of movies are historical movies and war epics like "Braveheart". These are general questions involving some of the biggest epics filmed, but I promise, no fill-in-the- blank ones.
In the epic movie Braveheart, William Wallace won his first major victory at what battle?
The Battle of Falkirk
The Battle of Bannockburn
The Battle of Stirling Bridge
The Battle of Yorkshire
What was the name of the deity whose statue Achilles beheaded in the film Troy?
Who played the part of Julius Caesar in the 1963 movie Cleopatra, directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz?
In the movie Braveheart, King Edward I was also referred to as Edward the Long Shanks?
In the 2004 movie Troy the following characters were killed in what order?
Menelaus, Hector, Priam, Achilles
Priam, Hector, Menelaus, Achilles
Hector, Priam, Menelaus, Achilles
Hector, Priam, Achilles, Menelaus
In the 1960 movie Spartacus, the role of Roman general and politician Marcus Licinius Crassus was played by Peter Ustinov.
Charlton Heston, who starred in Ben Hur and the Ten Commandments, also appeared in a war film about a Norman knight who falls for a village girl. What was the film?
De Le Creux
The Dark Tower
In the movie The Vikings, Ragnar, the Viking ruler was captured and sentenced by the English King to be thrown alive into a pit of wild, hungry dogs. Ragnar insisted on a Viking death which meant what?
Removal of one of his hands
Wearing a viking stone amulet
Wearing a viking helmet
To die in battle holding a sword
In the movie Cleopatra, Julius Caesar suffered from what ailment?
In 55 Days at Peking, the diplomat from what country was slain by Chinese Boxer rebels, thus starting the siege of Peking?
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