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War! Huh, Yeah.. What is It Good For?

written by: JoeSmow
Here's a quick quiz about some great war movies and the music that makes them memorable.

Question 1:

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In the 1979 war epic, Apocalypse Now, Lieutenant Colonel William "Bill" Kilgore played this tune over the loudspeakers when he attacked a Vietnam village by air.
Beethoven's Fifth Symphony
Wagner's Ride of the Valkyries
Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture
Mozart's Fidelio

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Question 2:

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In a moment of levity in the 1986 movie, Platoon, Sgt. Elias' squad listens to which Smoke Robinson tune?
Tracks of My Tears
Shop Around
Goin' to a Go-Go
Tears of a Clown

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Question 3:

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The entire soundtrack of the 1985 Akira Kurosawa film, Ran, consists of these two instruments.
Guitar and Drum
Flute and Drum
Flute and Guitar
Drum and Mandolin

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Question 4:

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In the 1957 movie, Bridge on the River Kwai, the group of English prisoners use which instrument to lead their march?
the Flute
They whistle.
the Bugle
the Drum

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Question 5:

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In the 1987 film, Full Metal Jacket, a Vietnamese prostitute enters the scene to which tune made famous by Nancy Sinatra?
Sugar Town
Feelin' Kinda Sunday
These Boots are Made For Walking

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Question 6:

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At the end of the 1964 black comedy, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, Vera Lynn performs which tune to a barrage of nuclear explosions?
We'll Meet Again
Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart
When They Sound the Last All Clear
No Regrets

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Question 7:

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Which pop superstar won an Oscar for her song, Into the West, featured in the 2003 film, Return of the King?
Mariah Carrey
Celine Dion
Aretha Franklin
Annie Lennox

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Question 8:

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The first battle in the 2002 Jiang Yimou film, Hero, takes place while both fighters are listening to an old man playing which instrument?

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Question 9:

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In Saving Private Ryan, while awaiting a German onslaught in a French village the squad listens to a song by which French diva?
Natalie Dessay
Eartha Kitt
Vera Lynn
Edith Piaf

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Question 10:

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How does Lieutenant John J. Dunbar receive his Sioux name in the 1990 film, Dances with Wolves?
He is spotted by the Sioux in a wolf hide.
He finds the buffalo.
He is spotted dancing with wolves.
He fights and kills a wolf.

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Question 11:

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The Braveheart soundtrack was composed by the city orchestra of which William Wallace 'enemy'?
The English
The Irish
The Scots
The French

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Question 12:

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Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith's soundtrack is composed by the man who wrote the soundtrack of the movie Jaws. Can you name him?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

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