Eek! The Universal Horror Quiz

The golden age of horror movies came under the banner of Universal, which over four decades produced some of the greatest horror movies to date. Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy and Wolfman were just some of the monsters that came from Universal studios. How much do you know about these movies? Take the quiz and find out.

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Lon Chaney and his son, Lon Chaney Jr., were two of Universal’s most bankable stars. What roles, respectively, were the two best known for?
The Creature and The Mummy
The Wolfman and The Creature
The Phantom of the Opera and The Wolfman
The Mummy and Frankenstein
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Universal oversaw the production of what was, at the time, the grandest set ever produced. It was built on Stage 28, which now goes by what name?
The Universal Stage
The Lagoon
Frankenstein's Castle
The Phantom Stage
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Which of these family titles was not a part of the Universal horror canon?
The Bride of Frankenstein
Dracula's Daughter
The Mummy's Bride
The Son of Frankenstein
4 of 9
What comedy team appeared in a number of Universal’s later films, often meeting up with the Universal monsters?
The Three Stooges
Abbott and Costello
Bob Hope and Bing Crosby
The Rat Pack
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While under contract at Universal, how many horror films did Bela Lugosi appear in?
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What author had their work adapted three times by Universal in the ‘30s, including The Black Cat and Murder in Rue Morgue?
Edgar Allen Poe
Mary Shelley
Ann Radcliffe
Bram Stoker
7 of 9
Who narrated “Universal Horror,” the 1998 documentary about the Universal monster movies?
Martin Sheen
Bela Lugosi
Boris Karloff
Kenneth Branagh
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What movie series, which didn’t debut until the 50’s, helped revitalize the Universal horror movies?
The Creature from the Black Lagoon
The Invisible Man
The Thing
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What Universal horror film is currently being remade with Benicio del Toro in the title role?
The Wolfman
The Mummy
The Invisible Man