I had so much fun putting together the Bears in Hollywood quiz, that I thought why not do one for a different set. This time though, rather than an animal from the wild, I thought I’d make things a little more accessible, and cover farmyard animals. Have you been to any farms? What pets do you have? If this quiz grabs you, why not try out a previous quiz on rabbits or dogs?
1. Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)
2. Babe (1995)
3. Chicken Run (2000)
4. Shrek (2001)
5. Hidalgo (2004)
6. Fantastic Mr Fox (2009)
i love visiting farms and take my kinder class to see one each year. some have never been to a farm –
It’s even more important that you do then 🙂 Is one animal more popular than the others?
not really, they always seem to be fascinated by all of them and literally squeal with delight –
That’s the best answer you could have given 🙂
I got five out of six, Alex! I love animals.
And they love you too 🙂
Great quiz, the only one that I didn’t get was Hidalgo.
You do set a high standard. Do you have any animals yourself? Any idea which movie pet you would choose?
I have a cat. When I was younger, I had a dog for years but sadly we had to put her down.
Sorry to hear Vinnie
It was sad but I remember all of the good times.
Got 6 out of 6 – ordinarily my competitive side would be delighted at that but given have never got anywhere near all of them on any other film quiz am slightly worried about what this says about my taste in films!!!!
Haha. Have a happy turtle all the same
So many classics! I scored 5 (probably the best I’ve done in a while) *pats self on back*
You know your animals 🙂 I’m guessing Hidalgo stumped you. There are more horse films than you might imagine. The Horse Whisperer, Seabiscuit, War Horse, Black Beauty…
Correct! I haven’t heard of that film before. You’ll have to do a part two!
Good idea. I haven’t done a cats one either. Would Catwoman count? 😉
I bet on Babe and Shrek 🙂 What you recommend me from what’s left?
I’m not sure if any would appeal to you from what’s left, but from the Rabbit quizzes I mentioned in the intro Wallace and Gromit and The Wrong Trousers (30 minutes – better than Curse of the Were Rabbit) and Who Framed Roger Rabbit are very fun.
Yay! Six for six! Would you believe I still haven’t seen Sure I yet?
Have three very happy donkeys as reward 🙂
Why thank you. Thank you very much! I did that in a truly bad Elvis voice btw.
Don’t worry. We don’t all have Suspicious Minds 😉
I actually got 50% of these
Your glass is half full 🙂
You do tend to be among the top 🙂
I missed the first one and last one. I never saw the remake of /Homeward Bound” so it didn’t dawn on me. I saw “Hidalgo” at the theater, remembered “Babe,” along with Chicken Run, and “Shrek.” I missed the “Fantastic Mr. Fox.”
If I could be an animal I always think of birds, maybe and island sea gull, Alex. 🙂
What did you think of Hidalgo? It will be interesting to see how The BFG does when it’s released. Loved Roald Dahl’s stuff growing up. I read them all, including his short stories.
Hidalgo !!! ❤
I haven’t seen it, but that is one beautiful horse.
Homeward Bound, Babe, Chicken Run, Shrek – NOT SURE! – Fantastic Mr Fox
I used to live on a farm. Grew up on one. Cows, horses, tractors, fields, hay barns, rope swings, proper “Famous Five” childhood haha.
Hi Alex! Great post 🙂
Wow. I am very much a city boy. Your upbringing sounds so different. Did you think of a lot of the animals as pets?
Not exactly the cows and horses but we did have chickens we definitely thought of as pets 🙂 when they had chicks we brought them inside in the warm and you can imagine how exciting that was for a little kid!
Awwww. Guessing you were an early riser then.
Unfortunately not! And that is a habit that has continued well into adulthood haha. I hate getting up in the mornings!!!! Or even sometimes…the afternoons!!! 🙂
Surely the animals make so many noises and stuff it’s impossible not to? 🙂 I’m not a morning person either mind you haha.
I suppose that must be true! I honestly can’t remember but my grandparents (who I lived with) were early risers and ‘believed’ in early rising if you know what I mean. They always woke me up with this really annoying song about how it was “time to wake up…time to wake up..” I was as irritable then as I am now! On Monday mornings when I wake up for work I literally feel dread lol. I’m okay after a shower and coffee but just that initial getting up……horrid!!
Oh yeah and something else I remember ‘on the farm’ – electric fences, I got electrocuted a fair few times!!! Oh those were the days!!! In all seriousness it was a nice place to live 🙂 so long as you don’t want silly things like central heating…or a shop!
5/6! 🙂 Hidalgo got me…never saw it before.
That was the one that stumped most people. Well done Kim 🙂