Game Time! This or That for Classic Film Fans

A fun game to play with family and friends! There are several ways you can play our custom-created This or That for Classic Film Fans. Choose from:

Shout-out: Get the conversation going with a group. A game leader reads out the topics and the This or That choices to the group. Everyone “shouts out” their choice and the debate ensures!

Mind Reader: Set up pairs to see how well you know your fellow game players. Team everyone up with a partner. Make sure everyone has a coin and a card, piece of paper or other way to hide the coin. Pick up the coin, ask the question, and place the coin down behind the paper. Heads up if you think their answer will be the first choice and tails up if you think it will be the second choice. Once everyone has made their guess the person answers and reveals their coins.

My Clone: Good for two people who know one another well and a way to take turns leading. To begin: First person reads a question to yourself and think of your answer. Then ask the question. If your partner’s answer matches yours, repeat the process. If they have a different answer than yours, switch it up and they read a question and think of their answer; then they ask you the question. If you are looking to speed things up you can ask the question and both of you answer on the count of three and see if the answers match.

For our classic film fans, 67 This or That questions are below for you to play the game your way. Have fun!

1GenreFilm Noir or Western
2Hitchcock BlondeTippi Hedren or Grace Kelly
3Silent ActorBuster Keaton or Harold Lloyd
4Original vs. RemakeLove Affair (1939) or An Affair to Remember (1957)
5MonsterDracula or Frankenstein's Monster
6Western StarJohn Wayne (Duke) or Jimmy Stewart
7Holiday CharacterFrosty or Grinch
8Character ActorWard Bond or Eli Wallach
9Galaxy SettingStar Wars or Star Trek
10Male DancerGene Kelly or Fred Astaire
11GenreComedy or Drama
12Film Noir DameGloria Grahame or Audrey Totter
13Godfather ActorRobert DeNiro or Al Pacino
14Cartoon CharacterMickey Mouse or Bugs Bunny
15SiblingsOlivia de Haviland or Joan Fontaine
16Memorable Chaplin FilmThe Kid (1921) or The Gold Rush (1925)
17Original vs. Remake: A Star is Born1937 (Janet Gaynor) or 1954 (Judy Garland)
18Dance Musical Cast7 Brides for 7 Brothers (1954) or West Side Story (1961)
19NY Christmas Movie 1947Miracle on 34th Street or It Happened on 5th Avenue
20Mel Brooks Movie 1974Young Frankenstein or Blazing Saddles
21RivalriesElizabeth Taylor or Debbie Reynolds
22Epic with Omar SharifLaurence of Arabia (1962) or Dr. Zhivago (1965)
23Female DancerCyd Charisse or Ann Miller
24Bing Crosby Christmas MusicalWhite Christmas (1954) or Holiday Inn (1942)
25CleopatraClaudette Colbert (1934) or Elizabeth Taylor (1963)
26RedheadsRita Hayworth or Maureen O’Hara
271950s RebelJames Dean or Marlon Brando
28"Best Movie Ever Made"Casablanca (1942) or Citizen Kane (1941)
29Film DogLassie or Rin TinTin
30Odd CoupleJack Lemmon or Walter Matthau
311960s WesternThe Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) or Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
32RivalriesBette Davis or Joan Crawford
3360s Sex SymbolAnn-Margret or Rachel Welch
34Best Biblical Epic – Charlton HestonBen-Hur (1959) or The Ten Commandments (1956)
35Favorite MameRosalind Russell (1958) or Lucille Ball (1974)
38Judy Garland SongThe Man That Got Away or (Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You
37Character ActressAgnes Moorehead or Thelma Ritter
38Comedy ActMarx Brothers or The Three Stooges
39ContemporariesJimmy Stewart or Henry Fonda
40Classic CoupleBogie & Bacall or Tracy & Hepburn
411941 Film MacGuffinFalcon (The Maltese Falcon) or Rosebud (Citizen Kane)
42Blonde BombshellsMarilyn Monroe or Jayne Mansfield
43Barbara Stanwyck Films 1941Ball of Fire or The Lady Eve
44Best Supporting Actor Cast- Bogart FilmCasablanca (1942) or The Maltese Falcon (1941)
45Best Wyatt Earp PortrayalGunfight at the O.K. Corral (Burt Lancaster, 1957) or My Darling Clementine (Henry Fonda, 1946)
461930s Clark Gable PerformanceIt Happened One Night (1934) or Gone with the Wind (1939)
47Memorable GangsterEdward G. Robinson or James Cagney
48RobertsRobert Mitchum or Robert Ryan
49Theater TreatPopcorn or Candy
50Horror ActorBela Lugosi or Boris Karloff
51Film Noir SidekickVan Heflin or John Garfield
52Gene Tierney NoirLeave Her to Heaven (1945) or Laura (1944)
53Creature FeatureKing Kong or Godzilla
544-time Oscar Nominees, Never WonClaude Rains or Charles Boyer
55Child StarShirley Temple or Margaret O’Brien
561930s Comic BlondesCarole Lombard or Joan Blondell
57Pre-Code FilmBaby Face (1933) or Red-Headed Woman (1932)
58WWII Movie (60s)The Great Escape (1963) or The Dirty Dozen (1967)
59Western Ensemble CastThe Wild Bunch (1969) or The Magnificent Seven (1960)
60Naval MutinyThe Caine Mutiny (1954) or Mister Roberts (1955)
614-time Oscar Nominees, Never WonBarbara Stanwyck or Rosalind Russell
62Best Mystery Film 1930sThe Thin Man (1934) or The Lady Vanishes (1938)
63Detective from Fiction to FilmSherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot
64Best Car ChaseBullitt (1968) or The French Connection (1971)
65Movie Musical Adapted from BroadwayThe King and I (1956) or The Sound of Music (1965)
66SuperheroSuperman or Batman
67Christmas AngelClarence (It’s A Wonderful Life, 1946) or Dudley (The Bishop’s Wife, 1947)

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