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Sci-Fi Doctors and Mad Scientists

written by: Phreekshow
 
Throughout science fiction history, doctors and scientists have played important parts and that is still true today. Doctors aboard starships healed and counseled those in need, while on land scientists toiled in their laboratories trying to make world-changing breakthroughs, some of them not for the good of mankind. This quiz is about those doctors and scientists who make our favorite science fiction so special.

Question 1:

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Name the actor who played Dr. Leonard (Bones) McCoy on the original "Star Trek" series.



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Question 2:

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American actress Gates McFadden played Dr. Beverly Crusher on "Star Trek the Next Generation". Dr. Crusher was a widow who had a son named Wesley. What was Dr. Crusher's maiden name?
Nielson
Greene
Russell
Howard


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Question 3:

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Which actor played Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the 1975 cult hit sci-fi musical "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 4:

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In the 1971 film "The Abominable Dr. Phibes", Vincent Price plays a scientist and a biblical scholar who seeks revenge on the doctors that he blames for the death of his beloved wife. What was the name of this movie's 1972 sequel?
Dr. Phibes Rises again
The Return of Dr. Phibes
Dr. Phibes and the Bikini Machine
Dr. Phibes the Revenge


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Question 5:

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What actor played the ship's holographic medical officer in the TV series "Star Trek Voyager"?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 6:

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Who played Dr. Jekyll in the 1941 version of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 7:

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The scene in the image is from what 1965 Vincent Price and Frankie Avalon film?
Dr. Phibes Revenge
The Abominable Dr. Phibes
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine
Dr. Goldberg and the Bikini Machine


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Question 8:

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What actor played Dr. Frankenstein in the films "Frankenstein" and "Bride of Frankenstein"?
Boris Karloff
Edward Van Sloan
Colin Clive
John Boles


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Question 9:

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In the long-running British sci-fi television phenomenon “Doctor Who”, the Doctor travelled through time and space in a time machine disguised as a police call box named the T.A.R.D.I.S. What does T.A.R.D.I.S. stand for?



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Question 10:

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In the 1995 cartoon series "Pinky and the Brain", featuring two genetically altered mice, The Brain has a Napoleonic bent to rule the world. The Brain hates a genetically enhanced hamster that is his competitor, intellectual equal, and archenemy. What is that hamster’s name?



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Dr. Bruce Banner, who turns into the Incredible Hulk, was a brilliant scientist until he accidentally got irradiated. What kind of radiation was Dr. Banner exposed to that caused the Hulk mutation?
Beta radiation
Alpha radiation
Delta radiation
Gamma radiation


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Question 12:

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In the 2001 series "Star Trek Enterprise", John Billingsley plays a Denobulan and the Chief Medical Officer aboard the Enterprise Nx-01. What is the name of his character?



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Question 13:

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In the Amazing Spider-Man comics, one of Spider-Man’s arch enemies is Dr. Otto Octavia or Doctor Octopus, a brilliant scientist who got in a lab accident as a result of which the metal tentacle arms that he invented were fused with his body. What kind of accident caused this to happen?
A mistake while he was in surgery
Explosion caused by spilled chemicals
Explosion caused by excessive radiation
Fire caused by explosion


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Question 14:

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What is the name of the actor in the image who played the fourth Dr. Who from 1975 to 1981?
Jon Pertwee
Sylvester McCoy
Colin Baker
Tom Baker


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The actor from "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" Alexander Siddig actually went under a different stage name for the first 3 seasons of the program.
False
True


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