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What more do you want from us? We told you we were there the night Dr. Kimble's (Harrison Ford) wife (Sela Ward) was murdered, but so were a lot of other people. We think that puts us in the clear, don't you? It doesn't? Why not?
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2. Would a respected surgeon murder his wife to collect on an insurance policy? Not likely. So we'll ask the same question that Dr. Kimble asked, give or take a few words - "What else you got?"

3. Hang on tight, kids, we're about to make a sudden and final stop. The crash that enabled Dr. Kimble to escape left him with at least one, nagging injury. Could that be our way of saying there's more than one correct answer here? Perhaps.


A. He sprained his ankle when he jumped out of the bus.
B. He was hit by a piece of debris when the train derailed.
C. He suffered a large gash to his side and several other lacerations when the bus rolled down an embankment.


4. "Fish Food?" Catch the fish that ate him and we'll believe it - with the item that Gerard (Tommy Lee Jones) requested.
9. Catch us, if you can. Dr. Nichols (Jeroen Krabbe) caught one of his own mistakes during his keynote speech. Do you remember what it was? We do.

10. Want to stand in for TLJ while we do a quick read through of the last scene? He's supposed to thank his co-star for saving his life. Not through words… look at the script again. We're ready when you are.
The Fugitive
(1) His wife was murdered in her home, later that night, after the fund-raiser.  (2) His skin was found under his wife's fingernails. No unidentifiable fingerprints were found. Nothing was taken from the home. There were no signs of a forced entry, and the 911 call that Helen made the night she was murdered. It sounded like she identified the man that killed her when she said, "He's trying to kill me... Richard, Richard... he's trying to kill me." (3) C (4) A cane pole (5) A 12 year old bottle of Scotch

(6) Dr. Eastman (Julianne Moore) discovered that Richard was a doctor when he changed the diagnosis of a young boy (Joel Robinson) to save his life. (7) Because he could prove that the protocol drug that Lentz developed caused liver damaged. (8) Dr. Nichols gave Sykes the key to the house when he borrowed Dr. Kimble's car. (9) He used the word, "dishonest" instead "honest."  (10) He removed Dr. Kimble's handcuffs. He also gave him a bag of ice for his wounds.


Air Force One
The President's press secretary (Donna Bullock) thought he was with a Russian news team.
5. You know what you could do for us, right? The more books we sell. The more quizzes we'll write. That's what keeps us motivated. What was offered to the Chief of Police's men as an added incentive for Dr. Kimble's capture?

6. Dr. Kimble narrowed his list of suspects down to five people by checking the computer files on the patients who had a certain type of prosthetic arm. Your task is to help us find the doctor who's posing as a custodian.

7. A doctor who has been wrongfully accused of murdering his wife shouldn't go around making accusations about his colleagues, unless he's right. Why did Dr. Kimble think Dr. Lentz (David Darlow) had something to do with his wife's murder?                                      

8. If Richard had the answer to this next question, there'd be no movie. How did Sykes (Andreas Katsulas) get into the Kimbles' home without breaking in?
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Who do we speak to about getting a few minutes of the President's (Harrison Ford) time? We'd like to quiz him on a few of his favorite movies and Air Force One. We know he's a busy man, but we think he'd like to know how a terrorist (Gary Oldman) got on board, unless you want to answer that question for us.
Air Force One
Wolfgang Petersen, 1997
Andrew Davis, 1993
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted