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Tough Girls

written by: Gilligan
Here's a tribute to the women of print and screen who kicked butt and took names. No damsels in distress in this quiz - far from it. From Wonder Woman to Foxy Brown, if you tango with these ladies, you're likely to find yourself in a world of hurt.

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The promo for the movie Coffy (1973) described her as the "baddest one-chick hit-squad that ever hit town!" What actress played Coffy and many other similar roles throughout the 1970's?
Sister Sledge
Jackie Brown
Selma Blair
Pam Grier

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Which of the following is not a true statement of the superheroine in the image who has been described as "beautiful as Aphrodite, wise as Athena, swifter than Mercury, and stronger than Hercules"?
One of her weapons is the Lasso of Truth.
She was a warrior princess from the lost continent of Atlantis.
She has been a member of the Justice League of America.
She piloted an invisible plane.

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In Quentin Tarrantino's Kill Bill movies (2003 and 2004), what is Beatrix Kiddo's code name?
Black Mamba
California Mountain Snake

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This "she-devil with a sword" first appeared in the Marvel comic Conan the Barbarian. Later, this female barbarian would get her own comic as well as television appearances and a 1985 film adaptation.
Molly Hatchet
Red Sonja
Arwen Undómiel

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This character originated in an animated short for MTV in 1991. Later, this secret agent would have her own graphic novel (1995), Sony Playstation video game, and a film in 2005 starring Charlize Theron.
Barb Wire
Aeon Flux

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In 2003, this character, portrayed by Sigourney Weaver, was selected by the American Film Institute as the #8 greatest hero in American cinema history.
Karen Silkwood
Veruca Salt
Ellen Ripley
Annie Wilkes

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On the television show "Charlie's Angels" (1976-81), all three original Angels were once LAPD officers skilled in martial arts and undercover work. Two of them were named Jill Munroe, Kelly Garrett. What was the name of the third one?
Lana Shields
Mindy McConnell
Tabitha Soren
Sabrina Duncan

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“You have the right to remain sexy, sugar!" is a memorable line from this character who fights crime alongside Austin Powers in the 2002 film, Goldmember.
Sheba Baby
Felicity Shagwell
Modesty Blaise
Foxxy Cleopatra

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Xena, the Warrior Princess was portrayed on television from 1995-2001 by this New Zealander.
Belinda Bauer
Renée O'Connor
Lucy Lawless
Danielle Steel

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The tagline to this 2002 zombie movie, starring Milla Jovovich as Alice, was: "A secret experiment. A deadly virus. A fatal mistake."
Dawn of the Dead
28 Days Later
Return of the Living Dead
Resident Evil

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Thelma and Louise (1991 film) were two outlaw heroines of the road. Geena Davis played the role of Thelma Yvonne Dickinson, and this actress played Louise Elizabeth Sawyer.
Dixie Carter
Andie McDowell
Susan Sarandon
Rene Russo

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Elektra Natchios, an international ninja and assassin, originated in this comic in 1981. Jennifer Garner played Elektra in a 2003 movie based on this comic and its sequel, Elektra, in 2005.
The Punisher
X2: X-Men United
Batman Begins

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Steve Austin was the bionic man on the television show The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-1978). Who was the bionic woman on the television show The Bionic Woman (1976 - 1978)?
Jaime Sommers
Vicki Vale
Blaire Warner
Lana Turner

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This 1990 French movie tells the story of a teenage delinquent who is given the choice of becoming an assassin or be killed. The film was remade in the United States in 1993 as Point of No Return starring Bridget Fonda. From 1997 to 2001 it was made into a television series starring Peta Wilson.
Le Grand bleu
Le Dernier Combat
La Femme Nikita

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First seen in a 1938 comic, this "queen of the jungle" was portrayed on television in 1956 by Irish McCalla, on film in 1984 by Tanya Roberts, and again on television in 2000 by Gena Lee Nolin.
Leopard Girl
Princess Pantha

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Dana Scully was a central character on the television show The X-Files. She was employed by this organization to investigate marginalized cases often involving paranormal phenomena.
Ghost, MOP (Multiple Operations Platform)
Coalition of Ordered Governments (COG)
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

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Lara Croft is a British archaeologist, similar to Indiana Jones, known as the "Tomb Raider". In 1996, her character first appeared in which one of the following, before branching out into various related media.
a film
a comic book
a video game
a novel

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