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Answers to Treasure Trivia Quiz #6

TREASURE TRIVIA #6: (Answers)

The object here was to be the first person to identify the common denominator between all of the film characters pictured. The actors and films they appeared in were already answered in the Cinema Cafe's Chat Room. It took about 5 days for Atle Ryttersveen to get the correct response: All of these characters whistle a prominent instrumental theme heard throughout the film each one appears in!

 

1.

Robert Mitchum as Jeff Bailey/Markham in Out of the Past (1947) whistles a bit of Roy Webb's theme from his score.

Robert Mitchum as Jeff Bailey/Markham in Out of the Past (1947) whistles a bit of Roy Webb's theme from his score.

2.

Joel McCrea as John Jones in Foreign Correspondent (1940) whistles the theme music composed by Alfred Newman.

Joel McCrea as John Jones in Foreign Correspondent (1940) whistles the theme music composed by Alfred Newman.

3.

Jean-Paul Belmondo as Azad in The Burglars (Le casse) (1971) whistles some of Ennio Morricone's score.

Jean-Paul Belmondo as Azad in The Burglars (Le casse) (1971) whistles some of Ennio Morricone's score.

4.

Tab Hunter as Ed Hackett in Gunman's Walk whistles a tune from the song 'I'm a Runaway' composed by Fred Karger and Richard Quine heard predominately throughout the film.

Tab Hunter as Ed Hackett in Gunman's Walk whistles a tune from the song 'I'm a Runaway' composed by Fred Karger and Richard Quine heard predominately throughout the film.

5.

Glenn Ford as Ben Wade in 3:10 to Yuma (1957) whistles the main theme of George Duning's title music.

Glenn Ford as Ben Wade in 3:10 to Yuma (1957) whistles the main theme of George Duning's title music.

6.

John Wayne as Dan Roman in The High and the Mighty (1954) whistles the main theme composed by Dimitri Tiomkin.

John Wayne as Dan Roman in The High and the Mighty (1954) whistles the main theme composed by Dimitri Tiomkin.