Quiz the first: Tattoo you (Part one)

I’m not much into skin ink myself, but it seems to have really entered the mainstream lately. Here are some memorable movie tattoos, classic and contemporary. See how many you can identify!

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7 thoughts on “Quiz the first: Tattoo you (Part one)

  1. chandlerswainreviews

    Alex, this was outstanding, and a great category for a photo quiz. I managed to identify a few but will have to think about the other dozen or so. I hope this is going to be a regular feature on your site.

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      Thanks Chandler! I’ve been planning on doing this for a while so I’ve got quite a few of these lined up. I hope to make them a monthly feature.

      I’m afraid a few of the ones I was planning on doing are too hard. I feel like I should rate them on a degree of difficulty.

      If I’m being honest with myself I think I could only get half of these. So far I’ve only been able to come up with half of the answers to your latest quiz, which is frustrating since I’m sure I’ve seen several that I can’t come up with the name for. Nice to have a quiz that you can’t just google though!

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      You’re on fire Tom!

      I thought 8 would be pretty easy. 11 and 15 are my picks for the real stumpers on this list. But I’ve misjudged these things before.

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  2. chandlerswainreviews

    Thought I’d revisit and see if I were any smarter this time. Not a chance. Let me add probable mistaken identifications with:
    6) Duck Soup
    14) John Wick
    22) Bonnie and Clyde
    and 24) the strange Bruce Dern flick appropriately titled “Tattoo”.
    15 and 16 are driving me crazy. They seem familiar yet…

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      All correct Chandler! I think that’s ten down on this quiz now.

      I’m sure you’ve seen 15 and 16. But if you’re like me, making the synaptic connection isn’t always easy.

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