Magnificent Musicals Test! Trivia Questions Quiz

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Magnificent Musicals Test! Trivia Questions Quiz - Quiz

Below is a Magnificent musicals test that is designed to gauge our knowledge of musical theatre. There are a lot of musicals based on some fine literary works. Do you think that you can guess which musicals these songs came from? Well, let’s see just how good you are by seeing how high you get your score. Feel free to share your certificate as evidence!

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Be Prepared

    The correct answer is "The Lion King, lion king, Lion King, Disney's The Lion King, disneys lion king." The question is asking for the correct titles of the movie "The Lion King" in various formats. The answer provides all the correct variations of the title, including different capitalizations and the use of "Disney's" in one of the variations.

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    People will say we're in love

    The correct answer is "Oklahoma, Oklahoma". This is because the question is asking for the title of the song or lyrics being referenced. "People will say we're in love" is a line from the song "People Will Say We're in Love" which is featured in the musical "Oklahoma!". The repetition of "Oklahoma" in the answer is likely a formatting error.

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    Shuffle off to Buffalo

    The correct answer is a list of different variations of the title "42nd Street". The variations include different capitalizations and abbreviations of the words "street" and "st".

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    You're never fully dressed without a smile

    This answer is referring to the musical "Annie," where the character Annie sings the song "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile." The answer is indicating that the quote "You're never fully dressed without a smile" is from the musical Annie, and it is repeated twice to emphasize the connection to the character and the song.

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    Put on a Happy Face

    The given correct answer is "Bye Bye Birdie". This answer is correct because it matches the title of the song mentioned in the question. The repetition of the title in both uppercase and lowercase letters suggests that it is the correct answer.

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    If ever I would leave you

    The correct answer is "Camelot, camelot" because it is the repeated line from the song "If Ever I Would Leave You" from the musical "Camelot". The repetition of the word "Camelot" emphasizes the setting of the musical and reinforces the theme of loyalty and devotion.

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    All that jazz

    The given answer "Chicago,chicago" is likely a response to the phrase "All that jazz." In this context, "All that jazz" is a colloquial expression meaning "and so on" or "and everything related." The answer "Chicago,chicago" is a play on words, as "Chicago" is both the name of a popular musical and a city known for its jazz history. Therefore, the answer implies that if you want to experience "all that jazz," you should look to Chicago.

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    Can't help lovin' that man of mine

    The correct answer is "Showboat, showboat, Show boat." This is the correct answer because it accurately identifies the title of the song and the musical it is from. The repetition of the words "showboat" and "Show boat" emphasizes the correct spelling and capitalization of the title.

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    Empty chairs at empty tables

    The given answer options are all different variations or abbreviations of the musical "Les Miserables". "Empty chairs at empty tables" is a famous line from one of the songs in the musical. Therefore, it can be inferred that the correct answer is "Les Miserables" or any of its variations.

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