Quiz: Can You Name All Of These Hit Movies By Just The Iconic Outfit?

saturday night fever, john travolta, Willy Wonka, gene wilder
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Do you have an eye for detail?

Think you are an expert with classic movies? Take this challenging quiz and see if you can name all of these movies by just an image of an iconic outfit!

 Sep 21, 2019

1 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, gone with the wind, 1939, scarlett's red party dress
MGM/Canva/WDC
The Wizard of Oz
Singin' in the Rain
Gone With the Wind

2 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, My Fair Lady, 1964, audrey hepburn, eliza doolittle
Warner Bros./Canva/WDC
My Fair Lady
West Side Story
Vertigo

3 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, The Godfather, 1972, marlon brando
Paramount Pictures
The Godfather
Pulp Fiction
Saturday Night Fever

4 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Mary Poppins, 1964, Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke
Walt Disney Studios/Canva/WDC
Mary Poppins
Singin' in the Rain
Bedknobs & Broomsticks

5 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Singin' In The Rain, 1952, Gene Kelly
MGM/Canva/WDC
The Wizard of Oz
Some Like It Hot
Singin' in the Rain

6 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Rear Window, 1954, grace kelly
Paramount Pictures/Canva/WDC
My Fair Lady
Rear Window
White Christmas

7 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Casablanca, 1942, Humphrey Bogart
Warner Bros./Canva/WDC
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Casablanca
Rebel Without a Cause

8 of 18Name The Movie:

Some Like It Hot, 1959, tony curtis, jack lemmon
United Artists/Canva/WDC
Rear Window
Singin' in the Rain
Some Like It Hot

9 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, the seven year itch, 1955, marilyn monroe
20th Century Fox/Canva/WDC
Singin' in the Rain
The Seven Year Itch
My Fair Lady

10 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, breakfast at tiffany's, 1961, audrey hepburn
Paramount Pictures/Canva/WDC
An American in Paris
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Some Like It Hot

11 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Cleopatra, 1963, elizabeth taylor, richard burton
20th Century Fox/Canva/WDC
Spartacus
Cleopatra
Lawrence of Arabia

12 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, the wizard of oz, 1939, glinda the good witch
MGN/Canva/WDC
The Wizard of Oz
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
Singin' in the Rain

13 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory, 1971, gene wilder
Paramount/Canva/WDC
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
Singin' in the Rain
The Wizard of Oz

14 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Raiders of the Lost Ark, 1981, harrison ford, Indiana Jones
Paramount/Canva/WDC
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Rebel Without a Cause
Pulp Fiction

15 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, pulp fiction, 1994, john travolta, Samuel L. Jackson
Miramax/Canva/WDC
Pulp Fiction
The Seven Year Itch
The Godfather

16 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Rebel without a Cause, 1955, james dean
Warner Bros./Canva/WDC
Rebel Without a Cause
Giant
The Godfather

17 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, saturday night fever, 1977, john travolta
Paramount/Canva/WDC
Pulp Fiction
Rebel Without a Cause
Saturday Night Fever

18 of 18Name The Movie:

movies, Lawrence of Arabia, 1962, peter o'toole
Columbia/Canva/WDC
Ben-Hur
Lawrence of Arabia
Cleopatra
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

There are a variety of qualities that make up a good movie but one of the most beautiful and imaginative factors is costume design. Some of the greatest films in cinema history have an assortment of memorable and iconic costumes that inspire designers still to this day in the movie industry. Films including The Godfather, My Fair Lady, Spartacus, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Lawrence of Arabia, Casablanca, Gone With the Wind, Saturday Night Fever, Mary Poppins, The Taming of the Shrew, Cleopatra, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Singin' in the Rain, Some Like It Hot, The Seven Year Itch, Pulp Fiction and West Side Story. If you think you know these timeless wardrobes of classic movies throughout the decades then try your luck with this tricky quiz! See if you can name all of these movies by JUST the outfits meaning absolutely no faces, nothing, so you better make sure you have at least 20/20 cinema vision or you might not be able to pass! OR be able to even really call yourself a movie buff…but we have completely faith that you will ace this. Are you up for the challenge, superstar? Let's find out if you can spot Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz or Elizabeth Taylor from The Taming of the Shrew or How about John Wayne as Rooster Cogburn in True Grit? Now only continue if you answered yes to at least two of those or else we highly recommend that you don't hit that play button!