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Movies where the star was well-known for some other activity before becoming an actor. No actor repeats.

1. The Terminator (1984)
2. Love Me Tender (1956)
3. Friday
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1. The Terminator (1984)
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3. Friday
4. Private Parts
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6. The Mummy Returns/The Scorpion King

Can't really distinguish the two because the former was just advertising for the latter in this case. The latter was the star turn, but the former was the marketing strategy.

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5. Stone Cold
6. The Mummy Returns/The Scorpion King
7. Thin Ice
8. The Jackie Robinson Story
9. Tourist Trap
10. The Man Who Fell to Earth

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Movies in which Abraham Lincoln is a character

1. Lincoln

Starting with the obvious one.
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6. The Great Man's Whiskers
7. Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies
8. The Day Lincoln Was Shot (1998)
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5. Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter
6. The Great Man's Whiskers
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9. Killing Lincoln
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6. The Great Man's Whiskers
7. Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies
8. The Day Lincoln Was Shot (1998)
9. Killing Lincoln
10. Field of Lost Shoes


Pick any decade (The current 2010's included) and say which movie you believe is the most quintessential from said decade. No decade repeats..

1. Metropolis (1920's)
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2. Gone with the Wind (1930s)
3. Pulp Fiction (1990's)
4. The Breakfast Club (1980s)
5. Rebel Without A Cause (1950's)
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3. Pulp Fiction (1990's)
4. The Breakfast Club (1980s)
5. Rebel Without A Cause (1950's)
6. Citizen Kane (1940s)
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1. Metropolis (1920's)
2. Gone with the Wind (1930s)
3. Pulp Fiction (1990's)
4. The Breakfast Club (1980s)
5. Rebel Without A Cause (1950's)
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7. Easy Rider (1960s)
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3. Pulp Fiction (1990's)
4. The Breakfast Club (1980s)
5. Rebel Without A Cause (1950's)
6. Citizen Kane (1940s)
7. Easy Rider (1960s)
8. The Godfather Part II (1970s)
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3. Pulp Fiction (1990's)
4. The Breakfast Club (1980s)
5. Rebel Without A Cause (1950's)
6. Citizen Kane (1940s)
7. Easy Rider (1960s)
8. The Godfather Part II (1970s)
9. Intolerance (1910s)
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1. Metropolis (1920's)
2. Gone with the Wind (1930s)
3. Pulp Fiction (1990's)
4. The Breakfast Club (1980s)
5. Rebel Without A Cause (1950's)
6. Citizen Kane (1940s)
7. Easy Rider (1960s)
8. The Godfather Part II (1970s)
9. Intolerance (1910s)
10. The Dark Knight (2000s)

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1. Hair, adapted from the stage musical

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4. Clue, adapted from the tabletop game.
5. Resident Evil, adapted from the video game
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4. Clue, adapted from the tabletop game.
5. Resident Evil, adapted from the video game
6. Iron Man, adapted from the comic book series
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3. Pirates of the Caribbean, adapted from the Disney theme park ride
4. Clue, adapted from the tabletop game.
5. Resident Evil, adapted from the video game
6. Iron Man, adapted from the comic book series
7. Alice's Restaurant, adapted from the same-titled Arlo Guthrie song (also known as "Alice's Restaurant Massacree")
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1. Hair, adapted from the stage musical
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4. Clue, adapted from the tabletop game.
5. Resident Evil, adapted from the video game
6. Iron Man, adapted from the comic book series
7. Alice's Restaurant, adapted from the same-titled Arlo Guthrie song (also known as "Alice's Restaurant Massacree")
8. The Blues Brothers adapted from the SNL recurring sketch.
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4. Clue, adapted from the tabletop game.
5. Resident Evil, adapted from the video game
6. Iron Man, adapted from the comic book series
7. Alice's Restaurant, adapted from the same-titled Arlo Guthrie song (also known as "Alice's Restaurant Massacree")
8. The Blues Brothers adapted from the SNL recurring sketch.
9. Space Jam, based on a Nike ad.
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1. Hair, adapted from the stage musical
2. Bewitched, adapted from the TV series
3. Pirates of the Caribbean, adapted from the Disney theme park ride
4. Clue, adapted from the tabletop game.
5. Resident Evil, adapted from the video game
6. Iron Man, adapted from the comic book series
7. Alice's Restaurant, adapted from the same-titled Arlo Guthrie song (also known as "Alice's Restaurant Massacree")
8. The Blues Brothers adapted from the SNL recurring sketch.
9. Space Jam, based on a Nike ad.
10. Hello, Dolly!, adapted from a play by Thornton Wilder

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2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit - Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd)
3. Die Hard - Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman)
4. The Terminator - the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger)

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3. Die Hard - Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman)
4. The Terminator - the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger)
5. No Country for Old Men - Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem)
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2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit - Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd)
3. Die Hard - Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman)
4. The Terminator - the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger)
5. No Country for Old Men - Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem)
6. Les Misérables - Inspector Émile Javert (Charles Laughton)
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2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit - Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd)
3. Die Hard - Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman)
4. The Terminator - the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger)
5. No Country for Old Men - Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem)
6. Les Misérables - Inspector Émile Javert (Charles Laughton)
7. Flash Gordon - Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow)
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3. Die Hard - Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman)
4. The Terminator - the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger)
5. No Country for Old Men - Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem)
6. Les Misérables - Inspector Émile Javert (Charles Laughton)
7. Flash Gordon - Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow)
8. The Dark Knight - The Joker (Heath Ledger)
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2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit - Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd)
3. Die Hard - Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman)
4. The Terminator - the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger)
5. No Country for Old Men - Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem)
6. Les Misérables - Inspector Émile Javert (Charles Laughton)
7. Flash Gordon - Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow)
8. The Dark Knight - The Joker (Heath Ledger)
9. Robocop - Clarence Boddicker (Kurtwood Smith)
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1. Last of the Mohicans - Magua (Wes Studi)
2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit - Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd)
3. Die Hard - Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman)
4. The Terminator - the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger)
5. No Country for Old Men - Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem)
6. Les Misérables - Inspector Émile Javert (Charles Laughton)
7. Flash Gordon - Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow)
8. The Dark Knight - The Joker (Heath Ledger)
9. Robocop - Clarence Boddicker (Kurtwood Smith)
10. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - Nurse Mildred Ratched (Louise Fletcher)

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1 - Jaws (Mayor Vaughn refuses to shut down the beaches)
2 - Towering Inferno (Jim Duncan [William Holden] built a shitty skyscraper out of tinsel.)
3. Ferris Bueller's Day Off - Ferris is supposed to be in school.
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1 - Jaws (Mayor Vaughn refuses to shut down the beaches)
2 - Towering Inferno (Jim Duncan [William Holden] built a shitty skyscraper out of tinsel.)
3. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Ferris is supposed to be in school)
4. Superman 2 (Superman decides he'd rather just be a normal human for awhile)
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3. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Ferris is supposed to be in school)
4. Superman 2 (Superman decides he'd rather just be a normal human for awhile)
5. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Mildred Hayes believes the police aren't doing enough to solve her daughter's murder)
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3. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Ferris is supposed to be in school)
4. Superman 2 (Superman decides he'd rather just be a normal human for awhile)
5. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Mildred Hayes believes the police aren't doing enough to solve her daughter's murder)
6. Spider-Man (Peter Parker doesn't stop an escaping crook, which leads to death of Uncle Ben and endless flashbacks of Ben talking about "great responsibility".)
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