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Spaceballs
Mel Brooks, 1987
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Felipe, the doctor will see you now. That's FILL-UP! Get it right you Transylvanian kook. It was the mispronunciation of his name that annoyed Dr. Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) the most. How did he change it?
Yogurt (Mel Brooks) knew where the real money came from in Spaceballs - merchandising. T-shirts, lunchboxes, coloring books, breakfast cereals… you name it, he sold it. There was even a Spaceballs flamethrower! What would you come back with if we sent you on a scavenger hunt to find the items we spotted aboard Spaceball One?
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Young Frankenstein
(1) He pronounced it "Frock-in-steen" (2) He accidentally stabbed himself in the leg with a scalpel. (3) Castle (4) He probably would have left it outside the front door. He couldn't read. That's how he made the mistake in the first place. (5) Yummy (6) Sedative (7) His thumb was in it. It wasn't his beer, but it was the one closest to where he was standing.

(8) "We had better confirm the fact that young Frankenstein is indeed following in his grandfather's footsteps" and "He will curse the day he was born a Frankenstein." (9) The first volume of Lights, Camera, Trivia is super duper. The monster was making love to Elizabeth when she sang her heart out. (10) The monster got a calmer brain and a somewhat more sophisticated way of expressing himself, while Dr. Frankenstein became a sexual monster.


Spaceballs
A bedsheet, a roll of toilet paper, a can of shaving cream and a towel
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2. Don't lie to us, Doc, we can take it. That needle's gonna hurt real bad, isn't it? What happened to Dr. Frankenstein right after he told his class that only one thing concerned him made us wince just watching it. Somebody get him a doctor, pronto!

3. Maybe that was the wind howling. Igor (Marty Feldman) pointed in two different directions after he misinterpreted the word, "Werewolf." To his right and then straight ahead towards the AECLST. Unscramble the underlined word.

4. Damn it, Igor, can't you do anything right!? It's as useless as you are. If Dr. Frankenstein sent him back to the Depository to return the brain he stole (after closing hours, of course), how might that task have ended?

5. A pox on you and your ancestors! The monster (Peter Boyle) cursed Dr.
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.

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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Full quiz available in volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Mel Brooks, 1974
Frankenstein when he was brought back to life, but he did have something to be grateful for - an "enormous schwanstucker." The first sound he made could also be used to describe that thing.

6. Sounds like…Dr. Frankenstein used charades to act out four words while the monster was strangling him. Give him a what?

7. Let's say you've got some information that pertains to a case that Inspector Kemp (Kenneth Mars) has been working on for months. He isn't scheduled to return for another week, so you travel to the town meeting to tell him what you know. When he asks, "How can I thank you?" you reply, "A beer would be nice." "Here, take mine." Would you?  We wouldn't. Why not?

8. File this question under the category of What the hell did he just say!? Kemp had to clarify his words on
two separate occasions in the film. Whoever came up with title understood what he said. How's that for a clue?

9. Bravo! Not-O! We'd be lying if we repeated two of the words the monster sang (If you call what he did singing) to describe his performance of Putting on the Ritz. Use them in a sentence or just tell us what he was doing when Elizabeth (Madeline Kahn) sang her heart out.

10. Dr. Frankenstein's last experiment changed him and the monster in a way that benefited the both of them. Really? How?