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The Quotable Blazing Saddles

written by: jdw1981
This quiz tests your knowledge of quotes from the Mel Brooks masterpiece "Blazing Saddles".

Question 1:

Complete the following quote from Blazing Saddles:
[Taggart spots Bart and Charlie sinking into quicksand]
Taggart: Oh, s**t. Quicksand! Goddang, now we are in trouble. Lyle, get your ropes...."
[Lyle lassos (item(s) in question) out of the quicksand]
Taggart: Dang, that was lucky. Doggone near lost _________________.
a four hundred dollar handcar.
two track-layers.
a full day's work.
a team of horses.

Question 2:

In the movie Blazing Saddles, after Taggart and his henchmen first attack Rock Ridge, the townspeople meet in the church to discuss how to restore order to the town and to replace the murdered sheriff. They finally settle on wiring the governor for a replacement. At the end, they return to church services. Complete the following lines:
Reverend Johnson: I shall now read from Matthew, Mark, Luke...
[stick of dynamite flies in through the window]
Reverend Johnson: ... and _______.
Oh god!!!

Question 3:

Complete the following dialogue from Blazing Saddles which takes place when the Governor is in a meeting with members of his cabinet and Hedley Lamarr hands him a bill:
Governor William J. Le Petomane: What the hell is this?
Hedley Lamarr: This is the bill that will convert the state hospital for the insane into the William J. Le Petomane memorial gambling casino for the insane.
Governor William J. Le Petomane: [Standing up proudly] Gentlemen, this bill will be a giant step forward in the treatment of the ______________.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 4:

In a scene from the movie Blazing Saddles, the governor is having trouble putting his pen back in the desktop penholder. To help the governor, Hedley Lamarr says:
"Just think of your _________________."  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 5:

In the film Blazing Saddles, Governor Le Petomane receives an urgent telegram from the citizens of Rock Ridge requesting a new sheriff to replace the sheriff that had been murdered. The governor, who is in a meeting with his yes men, says, "Holy underwear! Sheriff murdered! Innocent women and children blown to bits! We have to protect our phoney baloney jobs here, gentlemen! We must do something about this immediately! Immediately! Immediately!"
What does he tell his yes men to start saying?
Justice! Justice! Justice!
Harrumph! Harrumph! Harrumph!
Order! Order! Order!
Bollocks! Bollocks! Bollocks!

Question 6:

In the film Blazing Saddles, new Rock Ridge Sheriff Bart rides into town to a grand stand welcome. The townspeople are horrified that he is black and quickly turn silent. Sheriff Bart walks the stairs of the grandstand to deliver a speech. What does he say that makes people gasp and scream?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 7:

In the movie Blazing Saddles, Sheriff Bart meets Jim at the Rock Ridge jail, where he was held overnight for drunken behavior. Finish the following quote:
Jim: "Well, my name is Jim, but most people call me ______."
The Waco Kid

Question 8:

Complete the following dialogue from Blazing Saddles:
Harriet Johnson, town school teacher, is preparing to read a public letter she wrote on behalf of the townspeople to Governor LePetomaine to complain about his choice of sheriff.
[Harriet Johnson reads her letter to the Governor]
Harriet Johnson: [quietly] To the honorable William J. LePetomaine, Governor...
Townspeople: Louder! We can't hear you!
Harriet Johnson: Forgive me. _______________________________.
I'm terribly upset.
I'm not very good with speeches.
I'm not used to public speaking.
I have a cold.

Question 9:

In Blazing Saddles, Jim consoles the new Sheriff Bart after an elderly townsperson screams a racial slur at him while he is walking down the street. Complete the following dialogue:
Jim: What did you expect? "Welcome, sonny"? "Make yourself at home"? "Marry my daughter"? You've got to remember that these are just simple farmers. These are people of the land. The common clay of the new West. You know... _______.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 10:

In the film Blazing Saddles, after Sheriff Bart defeats Mongo (one of Taggert's henchmen) - and puts him in jail - Bart and Jim start asking Mongo questions about why he was sent to Rock Ridge to defeat Sheriff Bart. Mongo mentions something about Hedley Lamarr and how he cares about "where the choo-choo go." Bart asks why Lamarr would care about "where the choo-choo go". Complete Mongo's line:
Mongo: Don't know. Mongo only pawn in game of ______.

Question 11:

Complete the following dialogue from Blazing Saddles which takes place when Jim and Bart are spying on Hedley Lamarr's villain talent search. They decide to steal KKK robes so they can get a better look, undetected by Lamarr. Jim pretends to capture Bart and then whistles to two members of the KKK, waiting in the talent line.
Jim: Oh, boys! Lookee what I got heyuh.
Bart: Hey, where ___________________________  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 12:

Bart, disguised as a Klansman, has infiltrated Hedley Lamarr's talent search for villains to overtake Rock Ridge in the film Blazing Saddles. In describing his qualifications, how does he respond below:
Bart: Stampeding cattle.
Hedley Lamarr: That's not much of a crime.
Bart: ______________
Into the tavern?
Through the Vatican?
Through cemeteries?
In lady's dresses?

Question 13:

Complete the following dialogue from the film Blazing Saddles which takes place when Bart and Jim make a quick getaway from Hedley Lamarr's villain talent search once it is discovered that Bart is black:
Taggart: [shouting] We'll head them off at the pass!
Hedley Lamarr: Head them off at the pass? ___________.
[Lamarr shoots his foot]
What are you talking about?
I hate that cliche!
Be still Taggart! Be still!
What pass?

Question 14:

In Blazing Saddles, Taggart and his henchmen ride toward Rock Ridge to take over the town once and for all. Sheriff Bart and the townspeople anticipated Taggart's arrival and built a diversion to stall the posse. The diversion is a tollbooth...in 1874...in the middle of the desert. Complete the following dialogue:
Taggart: "LePetomaine Thruway"? Now what'll that a**hole think of next?
[turns to the posse]
Taggart: Has anybody got a dime?
[henchmen grumble, search their pockets]
Taggart: Somebody's gotta go back and get _____________________!  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 15:

At the end of Blazing Saddles, Bart rides by Jim, who is lying by the side of the road, taking a nap, with a bag of popcorn in his hand. Complete the following dialogue:
Jim: Where you headed, cowboy?
Bart: _________________.
Jim: _________________; I always wanted to go there.
Bart: Come on.
Into the future
Nowhere special
Los Angeles
To the bar


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