Quiz the one hundred-and-sixty-seventh: Pass me the binoculars (Part four)

I hope to have a quiz coming up on just what it is all these people are looking at. But for now we’re still looking at them, and trying to identify what movies they appear in.

See also: Quiz the thirty-sixth: Pass me the binoculars (Part one), Quiz the seventy-ninth: Pass me the binoculars (Part two), Quiz the one hundred-and-eighteenth: Pass me the binoculars (Part three).

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56 thoughts on “Quiz the one hundred-and-sixty-seventh: Pass me the binoculars (Part four)

  1. film-authority.com

    Mind if I play Through?

    3 Live and Let Die
    4 Those Who Want Me Dead
    6 Tarzan the Ape Man
    7 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    8 Galaxy Quest
    12; Mission Impossible; Rogue Nation
    13 Jaws; The Revenge
    20 Johnny English
    22 Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die/That Man From Rio
    25 Where Eagles Dare

    Reply
  2. fragglerocking

    1) Baywatch
    2) The Dead Pool
    5) Transporter 3
    6) Tarzan The Ape Man
    11) Invaders from Mars
    15) Fright Night
    21) 2000 maniacs

    that’s a quick one as I’m out for the day- will leave the rest for Otsy to pick up.

    Reply
      1. fragglerocking

        It’s Harlan Rook the main antagonist in the 1988 film The Dead Pool, the fifth and final installment of the “Dirty Harry” film series.
        He was portrayed by David Hunt.

        🙂

      1. Over-The-Shoulder

        Still guessing, even after stumbling, fumbling, stammering, dropping, spitting and eventually tripping into getting it right. Sigh. Did you keep the receipt for this one, Alex?

      1. Alex Good Post author

        Don’t be silly? If we weren’t being silly we’d literally have nothing to say at all.

        You’ve tripped me up though on two quizzes in a row because of my sloppy labeling. I’m going to have to up my game.

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