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11 Debut Films of Famous Directors

Kathleen Elise

Even the most cinematically inclined of us may not have heard of the debut films of some of today’s most well-known directors.

5 Questions: Red & Green

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5 Questions: We've Got Game

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Name SNL's 'Five-Timers Club'

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The fifth time you host Saturday Night Live is the most special time of all, because you get a membership card in the Five-Timers Club. Twelve people have hosted the show five or more times (for this quiz, we're not counting musical guests). How many can you name in 3 minutes?

5 Questions: Seems Like "Old" Times

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5 Questions: Happy Teacher's Day

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5 Questions: "Dum"my Up

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5 Questions: I'm a Little Bit Country

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Brain Game: Counting Crows

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Marx Brothers Films

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The Marx Brothers were a quartet (later a trio) of comedians whose films helped define the comedy genre for decades. The group performed in 14 different feature-length films. Given five minutes, how many of them can you name? The clock starts when you key in your first entry. Good luck!

Wilford Brimley was Howard Hughes' bodyguard.

Wilford Brimley was Howard Hughes' bodyguard.

The song "Respect" was made popular by a woman, Aretha Franklin. However, it was originally written by a man, Otis Redding.

The song "Respect" was made popular by a woman, Aretha Franklin. However, it was originally written by a man, Otis Redding.

5 Questions: April Fools... or not?

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Name the 5 Original MTV VJs

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The world changed forever on August 1, 1981—the day MTV launched with The Buggles "Video Killed the Radio Star." In the early days, there were 5 VJs who kept the music playing 24/7. Can you name them in 45 seconds?

5 Questions: School of Rock

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