As provided in the 2019 Program
- What special record does Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? hold in Oscar history?
- Who turned down roles in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid before Newman and Redford stepped in?
- My, but George Segal looks young in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf! Now in his mid-80s, what's he been up to lately?
- His portrayal of Dr. Watson in the silent Sherlock Holmes was Roland Young's first screen role. In the talkie era, he became well known for an ongoing role in a trio of hit comedies. Name the character he played.
- For real cinemaphiles only: Katharine Hepburn made three movies with director George Stevens, of which Woman of the Year (1942) is the best remembered. Name the other two.
- Eighteen years separate The Big Sleep from the television adaptation of Peyton Place. What is the common link?
- What iconic Broadway role did Fredric March decline in 1949, long after he rose to stardom in the screen version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?
- Estelle Parsons won an Oscar for her supporting role in Bonnie and Clyde. On which sitcom did she surface again in the '90s?
- You might recognize Ted Cassidy as the tough guy who gets kicked in the groin in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. What earlier role on TV made Cassidy a household face?
- Of William Powell's three wives, one of them stands head and shoulders above the others as the most famous. Who was she?
- It was only the second film to be nominated in all the categories for which it was eligible. Cimarron (1931) was the first.
- Steve McQueen and Warren Beatty, among others.
- Since 2013, Oscar-winner Segal has appeared on the ABC sitcom, The Goldbergs.
- Stevens and Hepburn collaborated first on Alice Adams (1935) with Fred MacMurray and then on Quality Street (1937) with Franchot Tone.
- The Big Sleep was Dorothy Malone's breakout role. Her career was still riding high when she starred in the scandalous 1960s prime-time soap opera.
- He turned down the role of Willy Loman in the original cast of Death of a Salesman. "Boy, I sure blew that one," he said later. Fortunately, he won the role in the 1951 movie.
- Roseanne. She played Roseanne's mother.
- At 6'-9", Cassidy played the very tall Lurch, the butler, on TV's The Addams Family.
- Carole Lombard was better known in the gossip mags for her next husband, Clark Gable, but she was married to William Powell from 1931 to 1933.