Here you go and good luck 

 

1) 

Image result for pulp fiction film and character

2)

 name the film 

3)

Image may contain: 6 people, people smiling, people standingname the film

4)

Image may contain: dog and outdoorfilm

5)

Image may contain: 1 person, hatJohnny in which film

6)

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, hat and close-upfilm and the character

7)

 No photo description available. film and cat's name 

8)

Image may contain: 2 people, people smiling, hat and beardboth actors

 

9)

Image may contain: 1 person, sitting, standing and indoor film and director 

 

10)

Image result for three men and a baby film and 3 actors

 

11) 

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, close-up film and actress

 

12) 

 

Image may contain: 4 people, close-up name the band

 

13) 

 

Image may contain: one or more people, people standing and suit 

 

14) 

Image may contain: one or more people and people standing 

 

15) 

Image result for rolling stones

 

16)

Image result for cliff richard young

17)

 

Image result for metallica

 

18)

Image may contain: 5 people, beard and close-up

 

19)

Image may contain: 1 person, standing

 

20)

Image may contain: 4 people, beard

 

21 - 24 - name the artist

 

Image may contain: 4 people, text

 

 

 

Original Post

Being a bit of a film buff, I could answer many of the film ones straight off so I'll just answer one of the lesser known ones.
5 Johnny Depp in Benny & Joon.

 

I saw the film years ago mainly because his character in the film admired Buster Keaton's films so sometimes he tried to imitate Keaton (and also Chaplin).

Amythist posted:

Number 3 of the artists is driving me nuts

the others are Picasso,Michelangelo and Jackson Pollack I think 

I think you're right with #1 and #2, but I think El Loro's correct about #4 being Henry Moore.

 

#3's Paul Gauguin. 

TBH, it took me three guesses: his "look" was quite common amongst "Bohemians" of the time. On first sight, I thought it was Robert Louis Stevenson, and then I read the question properly... I was then absolutely convinced it was Charles Rennie Mackintosh until I went to check... 

Eugene's Lair posted:

#3 is "Steel Magnolias".

A friend of mine played the Dolly Parton character in a local am dram production of Steel Magnolias. I’ve never seen the Dolly film, but I cried all the way through my friend’s play. What a script. 

 

Dunno anything else though!

Eugene's Lair posted:
Amythist posted:

Number 3 of the artists is driving me nuts

the others are Picasso,Michelangelo and Jackson Pollack I think 

I think you're right with #1 and #2, but I think El Loro's correct about #4 being Henry Moore.

 

#3's Paul Gauguin. 

TBH, it took me three guesses: his "look" was quite common amongst "Bohemians" of the time. On first sight, I thought it was Robert Louis Stevenson, and then I read the question properly... I was then absolutely convinced it was Charles Rennie Mackintosh until I went to check... 

Yes because the image is small for number 4 I  dismissed Moore as he is a sculptor and they both had bald heads  ..but yes Gauguin 

Dame_Ann_Average posted:

thanks people, I know number 11 but I'll leave it for now to see if anyone gets it. I though you might enjoy that one  

Number 11 is a good one. It looks a bit 1980's. Feels sort of Mad Max'ish at first glance, but could also be Labyrinth, Dark Crystal or one of those types of films (hope my brain thinkings are giving someone else an idea). I'm thinking fantasy type film. But not got a clue really, except I'll eat my hat if it's not an 80's film. 

Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
Dame_Ann_Average posted:

thanks people, I know number 11 but I'll leave it for now to see if anyone gets it. I though you might enjoy that one  

Number 11 is a good one. It looks a bit 1980's. Feels sort of Mad Max'ish at first glance, but could also be Labyrinth, Dark Crystal or one of those types of films (hope my brain thinkings are giving someone else an idea). I'm thinking fantasy type film. But not got a clue really, except I'll eat my hat if it's not an 80's film. 

 

Close, but not that kind of fantasy EC  and you are right about the decade 

Dame_Ann_Average posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
Dame_Ann_Average posted:

thanks people, I know number 11 but I'll leave it for now to see if anyone gets it. I though you might enjoy that one  

Number 11 is a good one. It looks a bit 1980's. Feels sort of Mad Max'ish at first glance, but could also be Labyrinth, Dark Crystal or one of those types of films (hope my brain thinkings are giving someone else an idea). I'm thinking fantasy type film. But not got a clue really, except I'll eat my hat if it's not an 80's film. 

 

Close, but not that kind of fantasy EC  and you are right about the decade 

 My mind was on the quiz Dame. 

OOh, right year. Mmmmm.

Dame_Ann_Average posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:

 My mind was on the quiz Dame. 

OOh, right year. Mmmmm.

I meant not the Mad Max type, I can't think of a clue without giving the answer away altogether  She was in one of the other answers though 

Must be question three,as it's stuffed to the gills with famous female actors. 

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