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Movie Quiz: Classic War Films


The highly anticipated World War II Blogathon will be arriving this weekend. So to get us all in the mood, here's a quiz featuring classic war movies.

Some of these are relatively easy - and some of them aren't. There are 20 films in total, all made before 2000 and all set during World War II. How many can you name?


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How did you do?

16-20 Points: War film expert

11-15 Points: War movie fan

6-10 Points: Casual war movie watcher

0-5 Points: You don't really like war films, do you?


Comments

  1. I scored lower on this than I thought I would, but the movie I'm dong for this blog-a-thon is a bit more obscure; I bet a lot of people wouldn't get it :)

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    1. 16 is very good. Wolfman got the same.

      No, I hadn't heard of Fighter Squadron. But it's one of those titles that sounds like it must have been a film at some point!

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  2. Hi there, here's my post for the blogathon...

    https://weegiemidget.wordpress.com/on-films-and-tv/wee-reviews/films-where-eagles-dare-1968/

    from Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews

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  3. I watch way too many movies. I scored a 14 out of 20, and can't believe how far off some of my guesses were!

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    1. That's pretty good. Maybe I should create a reward for "Most wayward guess".

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  4. I got ten, I can't believe that. Don't even know that many war movies.

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    1. Not bad! Which ones did you find difficult?

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    2. Didn't get 1, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17.

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    3. So it's really the British ones you struggled with. But you did get 20, which is interesting.

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    4. Maddy wrote about no.20 and it sounded so good I had to track it down. It's very good.

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    5. Yes it is. That's really great that she inspired you to track it down. I assume it's pretty obscure in the US.

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  5. Here's my entry: https://thoughtsallsorts.wordpress.com/2019/09/02/kellys-heroes-good-fun/

    Thanks so much for hosting

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    1. Sorry...I'm Thoughts All Sorts. Struggle to post with my Wordpress account on non-Wordpress blogs these days.

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    2. Thanks. I look forward to reading it.

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  6. Ack, I got only 14 correct. Looks like I have a lot of catching up to do!

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