"And Something" Movie Titles

Fill the blanks in the names of these movies.
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Last updated: April 14, 2020
First submittedMay 31, 2011
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Year
Movie
2018
Ant-Man and the Wasp
2016
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
2009
Angels & Demons
2009
The Princess & the Frog
2009
Julie & Julia
2005
Pride & Prejudice
2004
Starsky & Hutch
2001
The Fast and The Furious
2001
Josie and the Pussycats
1995
The Quick & the Dead
1994
Clear and Present Danger
1994
Dumb & Dumber
1994
Four Weddings & a Funeral
1993
Dazed and Confused
Year
Movie
1993
Benny & Joon
1991
Thelma & Louise
1991
Beauty and the Beast
1988
Stand and Deliver
1987
3 Men and a Baby
1987
Harry & the Hendersons
1982
An Officer & a Gentleman
1977
Smokey and the Bandit
1975
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
1971
Harold & Maude
1969
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
1967
Bonnie and Clyde
1955
Lady and the Tramp
1944
Arsenic and Old Lace
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Level 33
Sep 10, 2011
100% with 1:47 remaining
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Level 29
Jun 12, 2012
4:11 remaining. I evidently watch too many movies.
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Level 74
Apr 9, 2014
i missed 3 and havent seen most of the movies on this list
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Level 67
Jun 10, 2019
I got 23, and I only have seen one, beauty and the beast (and not even sure about that... '91 was 28 years ago... damn... might only have seen preview flashes of it, cause i can picture it, but not anything of the story)
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Level 20
Nov 15, 2012
:I Evidentally need to watch more movies.
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Level 48
Feb 8, 2013
Think Bigfoot & the Hendersons should be acceptable as it was released under that title in Europe.
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Level ∞
Mar 21, 2014
Okay, that will work now.
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Level 78
Mar 29, 2017
Can't think why they would change the title there - it loses the entire pun of "hairy Harry". Then again, I can't think why they changed the title of the first Harry Potter film for Americans, either.
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Level 65
Oct 30, 2017
They thought that a child would not want to read a book with the word "philosopher" in the title and, after some discussion, the American edition was published under the title Rowling suggested, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone". The film came out under two titles too.
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Level 67
Jun 10, 2019
Well em... hairy harry wouldnt work in other languages anyway. (The title was harry here, but never thought of hairy
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Level 78
Apr 17, 2020
Bonzo, I know the reason they gave for changing the name of the first Potter book, but it's always seemed like an insult to me. I have more faith in American kids that they would have still bought the book. I was trying to say that I can't think why they felt the need to do it. Regardless, the marketing worked, but I think at the worst it might have delayed sales a bit had they kept the original title.
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Level 63
May 2, 2020
Hairy and Harry don't sound the same in many accents.
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Level 67
Jun 10, 2019
It was ?? Not here I only know the title as harry, it has a nice alliteration.
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Level 77
Apr 15, 2020
If you want to know why Patrick Ewing's teammates on the 1992 U.S. Olympic basketball "Dream Team" called him "Harry", watch "Harry & the Hendersons".
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Level 32
Mar 19, 2013
got them all with 3:02 to spare
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Level 48
Jan 30, 2014
We still have 4:04 left. We owned that quiz!
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Level 59
Mar 27, 2014
What about the Dudley Moore film - Micki and Maude???
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Level 78
May 14, 2020
That was my first try. Why couldn't it be accepted also?
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Level 73
Apr 7, 2014
Spelled Monty as Monte...damn, my bad.
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Level 59
Apr 7, 2014
All I could think of was The Princess and the Pea... Oh well, I guess I am not up to date on my Disney movies!
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Level 78
Apr 17, 2020
That was my first try, too. (My favorite version of the Princess and the Pea story was Once Upon a Mattress with Carol Burnett.)
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Level 58
Apr 7, 2014
Man, I tried Close and Present Danger, and Near and Present Danger... Just put them together and I would have had it.
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Level 82
Oct 30, 2017
Nose and Present Danger?
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Level 49
Apr 25, 2014
Dammit. I spelled Monty Python as Monte. When I didn't get it, I thought it was a different movie.
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Level 74
Jun 13, 2014
Three Men and a Cradle - I saw it!
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Level 78
Apr 14, 2020
That's the translation of the title of the original French version, but was there ever a version with that title - in English?
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Level 74
Apr 17, 2020
That's what it was called when we went into the movie. Here it is. Three Men and a Baby was an Americanised semi-copy that was only half as good (though to be fair people usually think the first version of anything they see is the best one)
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Level 61
Mar 11, 2015
I'd say 22/30 is pretty good, having only seen 2 of the films on this quiz, Monty Python(still makes me laugh) and Dumb and Dumber
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Level 55
Nov 10, 2016
100% with 3:11 left........wasted teenage years
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Level 49
Nov 11, 2016
As some others have already said, I think you left out several hundred movies.
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Level 67
Apr 15, 2020
Really I thought he had covered them all, besides maybe one or two..
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Level 14
Sep 17, 2017
How could I forget Smokey and The Bandit!?! I LITERALLY JUST WATCHED IT
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Level 59
Oct 30, 2017
Could you allow harry for harold?
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Level 67
Aug 17, 2019
But that wasn't the name of the movie, and "Harry" is already an answer for another one.
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Level 63
Oct 30, 2017
The Princess and the Frog is definitely a more popular movie, but I couldn't stop thinking of The Princess and the Warrior.
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Level 50
Oct 31, 2017
Loved Arsenic and Old Lace!
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Level 58
Oct 31, 2017
Think you should count "The Princess & The Pirate" which was a Bob Hope movie as well as The Princess & The Frog. Must be a generational issue!
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Level 67
Aug 17, 2019
Maybe they added the "Year" column since you made this comment, but it should be pretty clear now that it's not talking about a Bob Hope movie.
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Level 56
Oct 31, 2017
Totally lucked out with The Squid and the Whale. Whale was just the first thing that popped into my head. I still don't know what the movie is. I've never heard of it.
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Level 45
Oct 31, 2017
Turner and Hooch?? Mac and Me??
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Level 44
Nov 18, 2017
The amount of people who didn’t guess Benny and joon is low. It’s an incredibly funny movie with young Johnny Depp. You guys need to see it!
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Level 83
Apr 14, 2020
The thing he does with the bread is funny.
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Level 38
Aug 30, 2018
Who the ***** are Benny and Joon?
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Level 83
Apr 14, 2020
It's a really really nice movie. Also it has Johnny Depp as Benny. I am always amazed it's not more widely known, it deserves it. (Not because of Depp, but just because it's nice.)
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Level 82
Apr 15, 2020
The Princess and the Pea (2003 film).
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Level 65
Apr 15, 2020
3 men and a little lady (the sequel) should be accepted
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Level 72
May 14, 2020
They made the sequel the same year that part 1 was released?
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Level 50
May 14, 2020
What about Marley & Me?
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Level 48
May 14, 2020
Wow, the second half was a lot harder.
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Level 45
May 16, 2020
Easy, got them all! Other good ones would be "McCabe & Mrs. Miller," "Fox and His Friends," "Sawdust and Tinsel," "Fanny and Alexander," "Crimes and Misdemeanors," "High and Low." Which are better movies than 99% of the ones on here, too!
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Level 49
Jul 10, 2020
I went browsing through the results so I could find a "why don't more people know this" movie, when I found one just the opposite. It is good to see only 50% know The Quick and the Dead. What a stinker. And yes, every time it comes on I watch the whole thing.