Film Quiz: Tom Hanks

With the release of Sully, Tom Hanks looks set to continue his streak of critically and commercially successful films. It seemed fitting therefore, to dedicate a quiz to one of California’s finest. How well do you know one of Hollywood’s most versatile and best-loved actors? Do you have a favourite of his? Answers as always below.

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-1 1. (1980s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-2 2. (1980s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-3 3. (1980s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-4 4. (1990s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-5 5. (1990s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-6 6. (1990s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-7 7. (1990s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-8 8. (1990s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-9 9. (2000s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-10 10. (2000s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-11 11. (2000s)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-12 12. (2000s)

Toy_Story_3_movie_image_high_resolution_Pixar 13. (2010+)

Tom Hanks 14. (2010+)

film-quiz-tom-hanks-film-15 15. (2010+)

Answers below

1. Splash  (1984)

2. The Money Pit  (1986)

3. Big  (1988)

4. Sleepless in Seattle  (1993) – June

5. Philadelphia  (1993) – December

6. Forrest Gump  (1994)

7. Apollo 13  (1995)

8. You’ve Got Mail  (1998)

9. Cast Away  (2000)

10. Catch Me If You Can  (2002)

11. The Terminal  (2004)

12. The Da Vinci Code  (2005)

13. Toy Story 3  (2010)

14. Captain Phillips  (2013) – September

15. Saving Mr Banks  (2013) – October

 

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34 thoughts on “Film Quiz: Tom Hanks

    • He’s one of those actors that is always worth seeing. With only the very odd exception he chooses his roles so well. Big is such a delightful film. And I still want that floor keyboard 🙂

    • There was an article which described him as America’s Dad, which covers it well. I knew you’d do well on this one. I really did consider putting Saving Private Ryan in. But wanted a quiz that covered his whole career and couldn’t fit them all in. He had such a strong 90s period.

      • I remember in the early 00s I was of the opinion he was overrated. I couldn’t stand him. I think it was Castaway that made me change my mind. Since then, he’s good at playing older gentleman. No real outstanding performances, but we’ve grown up with him around us and he’s safe to watch. He is comfortable. I agree with the Dad reference.

      • I’ve not seen it. Well spotted though 🙂 I’d forgotten that role. I bet the cinematography must have been astonishing. Conrad L Hall was so gifted. Can you see him playing a baddie in a film set in contemporary times?

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