<em>Oklahoma!</em>: An OK Quiz

Do you belong to the land? And is the land you belong to grand? I grew up watching a worn-out VHS of the 1955 film version of Oklahoma!, and I know there are other musical nerds who did the same. Let's see how much you know about where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain...

1 of 14
What feature makes Curly's surrey so special?
Leather seats
Four white horses
Fringe on top
Imported from England
2 of 14
The 1955 film was not filmed on location because the state was so overrun with farms that it didn't resemble turn-of-the-century Oklahoma at all. Where did the filming take place?
Arizona
New Mexico
Nevada
California
3 of 14
In The Simpsons episode "Milhouse of Sand and Fog," what Oklahoma! song does Milhouse imagine singing with Bart?
"The Farmer and the Cowman"
"Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'"
"People Will Say We're in Love"
"All 'Er Nuthin'"
4 of 14
On how many previous musicals had Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein collaborated?
One
Two
Three
None
5 of 14
The 2006 Broadway musical Curtains featured a meta-production called Robbin' Hood! A New Musical of the Old West. What song was performed in satirical homage to Oklahoma!?
O-L-D-W-E-S-T
K-A-N-S-A-S-USA!
C-O-R-N-Y-U-ME!
O-K, that's enough.
6 of 14
In 2006, a revival performed by an all-female revue took place in what country?
The Netherlands
Brazil
South Africa
Japan
7 of 14
What was the first working title for Oklahoma!?
Away We Go!
Cowboys and Farmers
Territory Lovin'
Curly and Laurey
8 of 14
Which movie star made his British stage debut as Curly McLain in the 1998 West End revival?
Ewan McGregor
Patrick Wilson
Hugh Jackman
Christian Bale
9 of 14
True or False: The official state song of Oklahoma is the song "Oklahoma!".
True
False
10 of 14
What makes the Original Broadway Soundtrack for Oklahoma! notable?
It features songs composed by Rogers and Hammerstein, but cut from the original production.
It was the best-selling album of 1943 in any genre.
It was the first time in the U.S. when the original cast and orchestra recorded the score of a musical.
It doesn't exist.
11 of 14
In 1944, what prestigious award did Oklahoma! earn?
Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Tony Award
Academy Award
Nobel Prize for Literature
12 of 14
What is the one word that Ado Annie "cain't say"?
Yes
No
Corn
Love
13 of 14
Fill in the missing lyric: "There's a bright, golden haze on the meadow. The corn is as high as ________ and it looks like it's climbing clear up to the sky."
A risen pie
The crows fly
An elephant's eye
Me-oh-my
14 of 14
In The Office, Dwight Schrute claims to have performed in a production of Oklahoma! in what role?
Curly McLain
Mutey the Mailman
Will Parker
Ado Annie