1. Match the actor who portrayed Abraham Lincoln with the appropriate film:

a. Henry Fonda

b. Raymond Massey

c. Joseph Henabery

d. Walter Huston

1. "Abraham Lincoln" (1930)

2. "The Birth of a Nation" (1915)

3. "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" (1940)

4. "Young Mr. Lincoln" (1939)

2. "The Prisoner of Shark Island" (1936) tells the story of Dr. Samuel Mudd, who was imprisoned for treating Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth. You'll only catch this one at 3 a.m. Who played the role of the doctor?

a. George Sanders

b. John Carradine

c. Warner Baxter

d. Orson Welles

3. The story of Dolley Madison and her affair with Aaron Burr is told in a 1946 Universal picture entitled:

a. "The Dolly Sisters"

b. "Hello! Dolly!"

c. "The Dolley Madison Story"

d. "The Magnificent Doll"

e. "Oh, You Beautiful Doll"

4. True or False: James Stewart received a Best Actor Oscar for his role in "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington" (1939).

5. Originally made as three segments for the "Disneyland" TV show, "Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier" (1955) chronicles Davy's (Fess Parker) term in Washington as a:

a. senator

b. Secretary of the Interior

c. congressman

d. lobbyist for Indian rights

6. In 1953 Charlton Heston and Susan Hayward starred as President and Mrs. Andrew Jackson in a film based on a novel by Irving Stone. What was the movie's title?

a. "Old Hickory"

b. "The President's Lady"

c. "Andy Jackson of Tennessee"

d. "Mr. President"

7. William Holden and Ellen Drew starred in the 1942 fantasy "The Remarkable Andrew," in which the ghost of Andrew Jackson comes to the aid of a small-town crusader. Who played the ghost?

a. Andy Devine

b. Lionel Barrymore

c. Gary Cooper

d. Brian Donlevy

8. Ralph Bellamy portrayed Franklin Delano Roosevelt brilliantly in a 1960 movie of what name?

a. "FDR"

b. "Franklin and Eleanor"

c. "Four Times a President"

d. "Sunrise at Campobello"

9. "The Devil and Daniel Webster" (1941), starring Walter Huston as the Devil and Edward Arnold as Webster, was also released under another title. What was it?

a. "The Great Daniel Webster"

b. "The Devil Commands"

c. "Beat the Devil"

d. "All That Money Can Buy"

10. In his role as George Armstrong Custer in "They Died With Their Boots On" (1941), Errol Flynn storms into the office of what president?

a. James A. Garfield

b. Abraham Lincoln

c. Ulysses S. Grant

d. Zachary Taylor

11. Pete Boyle stunningly portrayed Senator Joseph McCarthy in what 1977 made-for-TV movie?

a. "All The King's Men"

b. "Tail Gunner Joe"

c. "The Rise and Fall of Joe McCarthy"

d. "McCarthy: The Man and the Myth"

12. Even a president as obscure as Andrew Johnson, Lincoln's successor, can have an even more obscure movie made about him. The role of the president in MGM's 1942 release, Tennessee Johnson, was played by what actor?

a. Van Heflin

b. Robert Young

c. William Powell

d. Tyrone Power

13. "The Magnificent Doll" is the correct answer for question number 3. Who played Dolley and James Madison in this 1946 flop?

a. Lucille Ball-Stewart Granger

b. June Lockhart-David Niven

c. Harriett Hilliard-Ozzie Nelson

d. Ginger Rogers-Burgess Meredith

14. Darryl F. Zanuck's "Wilson" (1944) earned six Academy Awards, as well as nominations for Best Actor and Best Director. Who played the role of the president?

a. Don Ameche

b. Alexander Knox

c. Clifton Webb

d. Basil Rathbone

15. Bonus Question: What newspaper plays an important role in the 1976 Academy Award-winning "All The President's Men"?

a. The New York Times

b. The Chicago Tribune

c. The Miami Herald

d. The Washington Post