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Romantic Movies Quiz

You laughed, you cried, but how well do you remember them? Test your knowledge of romance movie trivia.

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You laughed, you cried, but how well do you remember them? Test your knowledge of romance movie trivia.

1. Which romantic tearjerker spawned the line, "Love means never having to say you're sorry?"

  • Love Story.
  • The Way We Were.
  • Ghost.

2. This charming and offbeat 1971 comedy features a depressed young man who falls in love with a vivacious older woman and learns how to enjoy life. The movie is:

  • Autumn in New York.
  • Harold and Maude.
  • White Palace.

3. She's a smooth, uptown beauty, he's a streetwise vagabond. Together they are the title characters in which adorable romance?

  • When Harry Met Sally.
  • Lady and the Tramp.
  • Benny & Joon.

4. Which of the following Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn romantic comedies featured a frisky leopard cub and a rare dinosaur bone?

  • Bringing Up Baby.
  • The Philadelphia Story.
  • Holiday.

5. This 1996 film features not one, but two, love stories set against a backdrop of espionage, adventuring, and mistaken identity û all spanning World War II and two continents. It is:

  • The Thomas Crown Affair.
  • In Love and War.
  • The English Patient.

1. Which romantic tearjerker spawned the line, "Love means never having to say you're sorry?"
Love Story.

2. This charming and offbeat 1971 comedy features a depressed young man who falls in love with a vivacious older woman and learns how to enjoy life. The movie is:
Harold and Maude.

3. She's a smooth, uptown beauty, he's a streetwise vagabond. Together they are the title characters in which adorable romance?
Lady and the Tramp.

4. Which of the following Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn romantic comedies featured a frisky leopard cub and a rare dinosaur bone?
Bringing Up Baby.

5. This 1996 film features not one, but two, love stories set against a backdrop of espionage, adventuring, and mistaken identity û all spanning World War II and two continents. It is:
The English Patient.

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