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The Virginian (1946)

The Virginian is a 1946 film based upon the novel by Owen Wister.

What do you know about the movie, The Virginian (1946)? Try this Western Films Fun Trivia quiz. You'll find the answers at the bottom of the page.

1) Joel McCrea played The Virginian.  Where is McCrea from?

  • California
  • Virginia
  • Texas

2) Who directed the version of The Virginian?

  • Stuart Gilmore
  • James Stewart
  • Joel McCrea

3) Who played Trampas in this version?

  • Brian Donlevy
  • Bo Thompson
  • Henry Morgan

4) Who played Steve in this version?

  • John Carson
  • Sonny Tufts
  • Dan Rowan

5) Barbara Britton played Molly Wood. However, she was probably best known for being the spokesperson in the 1950s and 1960s, appearing in ads and commercials including live spots on The $64,000 Question. What were the products?

  • Burrough's
  • Revlon
  • Lowes

6) What was NOT a film location for this version of The Virginian?

  • Andy Jauregui Ranch - Placerita Canyon Road, Newhall, California
  • Kernville, California
  • Old Tucson, Tucson, Arizona

7) Who played Nebraska?

  • Tom Tully
  • Rex Allen
  • George Montgomery

8) Steve Andrews said, "A fine way to treat a lady!" Who said, "How was I to know she was a lady? She was with you, wasn't she?"

  • Judge Garth
  • Morgan Andrews
  • Virginian

9) Virginian said, "When you call me that, smile." Who said, "With a gun against my belly, I always smile."

  • Trampas
  • Morgan
  • Peterson

10) William Frawley played Honey Wiggen.

  • True or False?

 

The Virginian (1946)
Answers

  1. California
  2. Stuart Gilmore
  3. Brian Donlevy
  4. Sonny Tufts
  5. Revlon
  6. Old Tucson, Tucson, Arizona
  7. Tom Tully
  8. Virginian
  9. Trampas
  10. True

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