Today's Special: Guess the green movie quote answers

So, how many did you get right in our Guess the Green Movie Quote Quiz? Not sure? Check the answers below, then let us know how you did in the comments…

The Films The Quotes
1. Anne of Green Gables (1934, Allied Artists Entertainment) f. “If you refuse, it will be a lifelong sorrow to me. You wouldn’t want to inflict a lifelong sorrow on a poor little orphan, would you?” queries the wide-eyed innocent Anne (Anne Shirley), knowing perfectly well she’s going to get whatever she wants. Could you look at that face and say no?
2. How Green Was My Valley (1941, 20th Century Fox) b. “Everything I ever learnt as a small boy came from my father, and I never found anything he ever told me to be wrong or worthless,” narrates Huw Morgan (Roddy McDowall) as he relays his Academy Award-winning tale.
3. The Woman in Green (1945, MPI Home Video) e. “I smell the faint, sweet odor of blackmail!” deduces Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) in his inimitable way. Wanna bet he’s right?
4. The Boy With Green Hair (1948, RKO) c. “Green is the color of Spring. It means hope,” reveals Eva (Ann Carter) as she makes Peter Fry (Dean Stockwell) feel welcome. Chicks dig guys with green hair.
5. Behind the Green Door (1972, M.B.F.G.) i. “Lie still and think of your body and how good it feels. And think only of how you want to entrust your body to my care,” Gloria (Marilyn Chambers) is told as she loses her clothes and is shown the door (if you know what I mean!).
6. Soylent Green (1973, Warner Home Video) h. “It’s people,” screams Thorn (Charlton Heston) as he makes the chilling discovery of the title substance’s main ingredient. I hear it tastes like chicken.
7. Green Card (1990, Walt Disney Studios) j. “We don’t have to like each other. We just have to get married,” reasons Bronte Parrish (Andie MacDowell) as she persuades George Faure (Gerard Depardieu) to join her in a marriage of convenience. Hilarity ensues.
8. Fried Green Tomatoes (1991, Universal Studios) a. “A heart can be broken, but it will keep beating just the same,” says Ninny Threadgoode (Jessica Tandy) as she relays her heartwarming tale to Evelyn Couch (Kathy Bates). And there’s not a dry eye in the house.
9. The Green Mile (1999, Warner) d. “I guess sometimes the past just catches up with you, whether you want it to or not,” laments an aging Paul Edgecomb (Dabbs Greer) as he reflects on a time when he looked like Tom Hanks.
10. Green Street Hooligans (2005, Warner) l. “You know the best part? It isn’t knowing that your friends have your back. It’s knowing that you have your friends’ back,” brags Matt Buckner (Elijah Wood) in true hooligan spirit. And he’ll punch out anyone who says otherwise.
11. Green Zone (2010, Universal) k. “You cannot just hand this country over to an exile no one’s ever heard of and a bunch of interns from Washington,” argues CIA officer Martin Brown (Brendan Gleeson) as he makes the fatal error of trying to reason with a government official.
12. The Green Hornet (2011, Sony) g. “It’s not dying that you need be afraid of; it’s never having lived in the first place,”concludes Britt Reid (Seth Rogan) as he ponders whether to become The Green Hornet. Then he and Kato (Jay Chou) go out and kick some ass.

About Chris

Chris Koseluk has written about the entertainment industry for numerous magazines and newspapers including The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Make-Up Artist Magazine, BackStage West, Premiere, Video Business, Movie Times, Newsday, The Chicago Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle, the Portland Oregonian and the Houston Chronicle. He currently runs As a partner in Never Dull Productions, Chris wrote and directed the feature documentary Sled Shots about the U.S. Paralympic Sled Hockey Team.