Probably no calendar year in movie history has produced more great entertainment and classics than 1939, according to most knowledgeable screen critics. Here are 15 trivia questions based on some of those 1939 films. The answers are on page 35. 1. What outstanding actor from Cleveland was George to Lon Chaney Jr.'s Lennie in Of Mice and Men? 2. Name the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer movie, based on Clare Booth Luce's bawdy stage comedy, that featured an exclusively all-star female cast. 3. If the ads for Anna Christie in 1930 announced "Garbo talks!," what did they proclaim for Ninotchka nine years later? 4. Charley Grapewin as Uncle Henry and Clara Blandick as Auntie Em were seen in a children's classic that annually enjoys a television reprise. Name it. 5. Samuel Goldwyn's favorite among all his pictures was Emily Bronte's tragic love story about Heathcliff and Cathy, set amid the eerie atmosphere of the Yorkshire Moors. Name the movie that starred Laurence Olivier as Heathcliff and Merle Oberon as Cathy. 6. If Marlene Dietrich was Frenchy, the western saloon singer, who had the title role in Destry Rides Again? 7. Who was the first black ever nominated for an Academy Award for Gone With the Wind, and subsequently the first to win it? 8. Which of the three actors who accompanied Judy Garland on the Yellow Brick Road to see The Wizard of Oz is the only one still living? 9. Bette Davis was the tragic empress Carlotta; Brian Aherne, the ill-fated emperor Maximilian; and Paul Muni played the title role in a Warner Brothers historical drama. Whom did Muni portray? 10. Gone with the Wind, David O. Selnick's epic, started with director George Cukor and had some directorial help from Sam Wood and William Cameron Menzies, but when it was released only one director was officially credited. Name the Oscar-winning director of that film. 11. At what school did Oscar-winning actor Robert Donat teach in Boodbye Mr. Chips? 12. Recall the actor who played the killer of Jesse James, portrayed by Tyrone Power? 13. What state did James Stewart as Jefferson Smith represent in the United States Senate in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington? 14. Love Affair and Dark Victory, two Oscar-nominated movies in 1939, were later remade with less success. Remember the title of either remake? 15. What natural scenic Utah landmark did director John Ford use in Stagecoach -- and many times after? MOVIE QUIZ ANSWERS (Questions are on page 17.) 1. Burgess Meredith 2. The Women 3. "Garbo laughs!" 4. The Wizard of Oz 5. Wuthering Heights 6. James Stewart 7. Hattie McDaniel 8. Ray Bolger (the Scarecrow) 9. Juarez 10. Victor Fleming 11. Brookfield 12. John Carradine 13. Wisconsin 14. Love Affair became An Affair to Remember in 1957 and Dark Victory became Stolen Hours in 1963. 15. Monument Valley.