Dancers Anonymous > Gene Kelly Trivia Quiz

Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by pygmalion, Sep 24, 2003.

  1. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    1. When was he born?

    2. Where was he born?

    3. What was his full name?

    4. Prior to coming to Hollywood he starred on Broadway in what show?

    5. He made his movie debut in what film?

    6. He was under contract to what studio?

    7. What film featured his "Alter Ego" number?

    8. He danced with Jerry the Mouse in what movie?

    9. How many films did he make with Frank Sinatra?

    10. He teamed with Fred Astaire for the "Babbitt and the Bromide" number in what movie?

    11. Who was his co-star in "The Pirate?"

    12. How long was the ballet sequence in "An American in Paris?"

    13. Who was his co-star in "An American in Paris?"

    14. He memorably danced through puddles in what film?



    15. The Library of Congress gave what distinction to "Singin' in the Rain?"

    16. He performed a rendition of the "Slaughter on 10th Avenue" ballet in what film?

    17. He portrayed which one of the Three Musketeers?

    18. He portrayed a cynical reporter in what 1960 drama?

    19. He played Yves Montand's dancing coach in what 1960 movie?

    20. He directed Barbra Streisand in what musical?

    21. When did he win the National Medal of Freedom?

    22. How many times was he married?

    23. How many children did he have?

    24. Who said, "Gene Kelly could do anything... and did everything."?

    25. When did he pass away?
     
  2. Swing Kitten

    Swing Kitten New Member

    Ok, I know I could google all (or most) of this but i have to say to the vast majority of these questions, "I don't know". Are you planning to eventually post the answers? or do I have to google them myself? :)
     
  3. dancersdreamland

    dancersdreamland New Member

    I could probably answer number 14, but that's about it...not much of a trivia buff...I would really stink at Jeapordy and similar game shows. :cry:

    Thanks, though, for the "food for thought." :D
     
  4. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    I 'll post the answers below. Of course, you could google, but why should you have to when I did already? :lol: The answers can be found here :D
     

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