Ultimate Movie Songs Quiz

The average person won't be able to get more than 15. Name the movies that famously featured these songs.
If more than one answer works, guess the most famous
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Last updated: August 10, 2017
First submittedAugust 10, 2017
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Song
Movie
Hopelessly Devoted to You
Grease
How Far I'll Go
Moana
I Believe I Can Fly
Space Jam
Gonna Fly Now
Rocky
Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead
The Wizard of Oz
When You Wish Upon a Star
Pinocchio
You've Got to Pick a
Pocket or Two
Oliver!
Everything is Awesome
The Lego Movie
Stayin' Alive
Saturday Night Fever
(Everything I Do) I Do
It For You
Robin Hood:
Prince of Thieves
Bohemian Rhapsody
Wayne's World
(I've Got A) Golden Ticket
Willy Wonka &
the Chocolate Factory
Rainbow Connection
The Muppet Movie
I Don't Want to Miss a Thing
Armageddon
The Power of Love
Back to the Future
Wind Beneath My Wings
Beaches
Moon River
Breakfast at Tiffany's
All That Jazz
Chicago
Happy
Despicable Me 2
Fight the Power
Do the Right Thing
Maniac
Flashdance
Diamonds are a Girl's
Best Friend
Gentlemen Prefer
Blondes
You Can't Stop the Beat
Hairspray
Lady Marmalade
Moulin Rouge!
Man of Constant Sorrow
O Brother, Where
Art Thou?
Song
Movie
Under the Sea
The Little Mermaid
I Will Always Love You
The Bodyguard
Don't You Forget About Me
The Breakfast Club
The Ecstasy of Gold
The Good, the Bad
and the Ugly
You're the Best
The Karate Kid
You've Lost That Loving Feeling
Top Gun
Old Time Rock and Roll
Risky Business
Hip to Be Square
American Psycho
You've Got a Friend in Me
Toy Story
I Could Have Danced All Night
My Fair Lady
Stonehenge
This is Spinal Tap
Ride of the Valkyries
Apocalypse Now
New Slang
Garden State
Unchained Melody
Ghost
Blame Canada
South Park
I Got You Babe
Groundhog Day
Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)
Beetlejuice
Bang Bang (My Baby
Shot Me Down)
Kill Bill: Volume 1
Every Sperm is Sacred
Monty Python's
The Meaning of Life
When Doves Cry
Purple Rain
Just Dropped In (To See What
Condition My Condition Was In)
The Big Lebowski
Oh Yeah
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Thus Spoke Zarathustra
2001: A Space Odyssey
City of Stars
La La Land
Streets of Philadelphia
Philadelphia
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Level 82
Aug 10, 2017
Guess I'm better than average then.. The standard 'Big Lebowski' guess gave me a correct answer as it always does in a movie quiz..
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Level 72
Aug 13, 2017
"I Just Stopped In…" was the song that ran with the closing credits, in case you forgot :-)
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Level 79
Sep 11, 2017
I got that one the same way, along with Wayne's World and Ferris Bueller. Should have remembered Kill Bill and Toy Story, for the same reason. Surprised Lion King didn't show up, that's another regular. But still a nice mix. Enjoyable quiz even though I only knew half of them.
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Level 81
Aug 10, 2017
Shouldn't "This is Spinal Tap" be acceptable? Almost didn't try Spinal Tap on it's own.

Typed in Casablanca because I was sure "As Time Goes By" was going to be one.

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Level ∞
Aug 10, 2017
Fixed
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Level 72
Aug 10, 2017
Couple things:

Typo on "Don't YOU Forget About Me" and I don't think you should accept "Monty Python." I couldn't remember the name of the specific movie, so on a whim I just typed Monty Python. I mean, you wouldn't accept "National Lampoon" for Animal House would you?

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Level ∞
Aug 10, 2017
Fixed
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Level 62
Aug 10, 2017
Got 18...and somehow forgot about grease...even with Travolta's picture there...
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Level 72
Aug 13, 2017
John Travolta is a twofer! But that picture is much more his "Saturday Night Fever" haircut than it is his "Grease" haircut… although technically, it really looks like his "Welcome Back Kotter" haircut!!
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Level 63
Aug 28, 2017
I tried Romeo + Juliet a few times and wondered how it had to be typed in to be accepted. I know it "only" features a cover of When Doves Cry - the only good thing about that movie.
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Level 56
Sep 11, 2017
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I realised with 10 seconds to go that it must be Purple Rain, but Romeo and Juliet was my first thought and I couldn't figure out why it wasn't accepted.

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Level 80
Feb 18, 2020
I like that movie. There were a lot of other good songs on the soundtrack, for one thing, but I thought it was a reasonably good interpretation soundtrack aside.
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Level 43
Sep 11, 2017
why my heart will go on is not here?
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Level 83
Sep 11, 2017
Yeah I was surprised about that too.
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Level 80
Sep 11, 2017
Nice to see Huey Lewis and the News dominating this list. They could use a victory.
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Level 24
Sep 11, 2017
You should allow Vaiana for Moana since that's what the movies title is, at least in Europe.
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Level 63
Jun 16, 2019
Not in English though. Most of these movies would have different titles in other languages.
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Level 59
Sep 11, 2017
That awful song "Oh Yeah" was used in like every other eighties movie. I'm sure "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" was used in more then one movie.

Also, while "I'll Always Love You" will forever be linked to "The Bodyguard" it's worth noting that it was originally a Dolly Parton song (she wrote it) and can be heard in a bar scene in "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore."

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Level 38
Sep 11, 2017
And was written for/originally performed in "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas."
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Level 33
Sep 11, 2017
Dolly Parton wrote the song in 1973, nine years before that movie. She wrote it for Porter Wagner when she decided to leave their duet act and start a solo career. It was a number one country song for Dolly twice, the first time in 1974..
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Level 63
Jun 16, 2019
Have you seen The Secret of My Success? He bangs that old lady, and then they play that song from the 80s, "Day Bow Bow".
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Level 59
Sep 11, 2017
Also, I'm sorry but "Ecstasy of Gold" is part of an instrumental score. It's neither a "song" or a well known piece of music that achieved new found fame in a movie like "Thus Begat Spartan" or "Ride of the Valkyries." You could just as easily included the sharks theme from "Jaws", the shower scene from "Psycho", the Imperial March from "Empire Strikes Back" and so on.
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Level 63
Jun 16, 2019
It's very well know by it's tune and has been covered and parodied countless times. But most people wouldn't know it by its title. I didn't.
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Level 72
Sep 11, 2017
Apocalypse Now is more famous that Wagner's Ring Cycle?!
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Level 66
Sep 11, 2017
Helicopters >> Odin
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Level 68
Oct 12, 2018
It's definitely a more famous movie.
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Level 76
Sep 11, 2017
Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) was in The Great Gatsby.
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Level 38
Sep 11, 2017
35 (could probably have gotten Purple Rain, Top Gun, Karate Kid had I thought harder about it. And I just saw the Groundhog Day musical on Broadway last night. :-/
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Level 38
Sep 11, 2017
Also, Top Gun would have been much better represented by "Take My Breath Away."
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Level 83
Sep 11, 2017
I personally would have picked Danger Zone.
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Level 60
Sep 11, 2017
Is there any way you can add Fletch as an answer to moon river? :)
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Level 83
Sep 11, 2017
Come on everyone knows Chris Farley's version of "Maniac" in Tommy Boy is the most famous version.
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Level 51
Sep 11, 2017
That was on a SNL skit, not in tommy boy.
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Level 83
Apr 3, 2019
Incorrect. Definitely Tommy Boy.
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Level 67
Sep 11, 2017
That's seriously the most clickbait-sounding quiz description I've ever seen on this site. Also, I got 24 and I'm woefully ignorant about a lot of movies, especially musicals.
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Level 53
Sep 11, 2017
Can't believe I missed Oh Yeah *facepalm*

(Chicka-chick-ahh)

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Level 27
Sep 11, 2017
I Got You Babe is also in Beavis And Butthead Do America - film-making at its finest! (LOL)
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Level 83
Sep 11, 2017
Nicole Kidman also sings "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend" in Moulin Rouge!.
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Level 80
Feb 18, 2020
Many if not all of these songs have been featured in many different movies.
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Level 79
Sep 11, 2017
One of the greatest/most ridiculous scenes in film is the bar fight/disco scene from Airplane! The song played is "Stayin' Alive." With that in my head (and not a correct answer), I blanked and couldn't get Saturday Night Fever.
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Level 46
Sep 11, 2017
Panic At The Disco sang bohemian rhapsody in suicide squad
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Level 83
Sep 11, 2017
Their version was featured on the album but it wasn't actually heard in the movie. Queen's version was, however.
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Level 14
Sep 11, 2017
OH come on. I just watched ferris buellers day off and somehow I didn't get that question.
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Level 80
Sep 12, 2017
I missed it, too. Couldn't think of the song based on the title. But if I had... I think my first guess would have been Uncle Buck. It featured in that movie, too, and I think more prominently.
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Level 80
Sep 12, 2017
... or... am I thinking of Wild Thing?
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Level 80
Sep 11, 2017
Surprised Stonehenge is so low. Great movie.
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Level 50
Sep 12, 2017
Ecstasy of Gold has become very familiar to me. For the last 3 years a remix of it is played before the start of each tournament at the World Series of Poker. I was intrigued and investigated to learn the name of the song.
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Level 80
Sep 12, 2017
Good quiz.
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Level 73
Sep 12, 2017
I tried Tommy Boy for Maniac, sad that did not work
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Level 68
Oct 12, 2017
I didn't pay attention well enough. Should've done way better. Great quiz.
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Level 82
Aug 3, 2018
Really avoided a lot of the usual suspects, The Graduate, Butch Cassidy, Casablanca, The End in Apocalypse Now, Wizard d of Oz, etc. I barely made average. ...but I'll never watch Grease...
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Level 89
Sep 19, 2018
Muolin Rouge should also be accepted for Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend. Suicide Squad should also be accepted for Bohemian Rhapsody.
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Level 68
Oct 12, 2018
While I acknowledge that Ghost is definitely the movie that "Unchained Melody" is best known for, I do find it funny that it's not the movie the song was written for, which was... Unchained.
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Level 83
Apr 3, 2019
Kept trying Bond movies for "Diamonds are a girl's best friend." Doh!
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Level 80
Feb 18, 2020
Knew it was a Monroe film but didn't know which one.
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Level 37
May 3, 2019
Refused to accept "Do The Right Thing" for me.
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Level 80
Feb 18, 2020
Ton of crossover between this quiz and the "Songs in Movies" quiz.
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Level 80
Feb 18, 2020
Have no idea what "Fight the Power" is, and I don't think I've ever seen Do the Right Thing, but I got that on my first guess just thinking that it sounded like a song Spike Lee would put in that movie...
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Level 72
Sep 15, 2020
Ecstasy of gold so low is sad to see . wonderful movie wonderful soundtrack .Morroconi was great .His soundtracks for the Sergio Leone westerns were great they added to the scenes they were used in wonderfully .I'm not a Star wars fan but the Williams music in those movies is very well done also.Good to see o brother on here too also a super collection of songs.