<em>Oklahoma!</em>: An OK Quiz
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What feature makes Curly's surrey so special?
Four white horses
Fringe on top
Imported from England
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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?
ANSWER: Nogales, specifically. Nogales, specifically.
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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'"
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On how many previous musicals had Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein collaborated?
ANSWER: Oklahoma! was their first musical written together. Oklahoma! was their first musical written together.
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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-K, that's enough.
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In 2006, a revival performed by an all-female revue took place in what country?
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What was the first working title for Oklahoma!?
Away We Go!
Cowboys and Farmers
Curly and Laurey
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Which movie star made his British stage debut as Curly McLain in the 1998 West End revival?
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True or False: The official state song of Oklahoma is the song "Oklahoma!".
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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.
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In 1944, what prestigious award did Oklahoma! earn?
Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Nobel Prize for Literature
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What is the one word that Ado Annie "cain't say"?
ANSWER: Ado Annie sings that she's "just a girl who cain't say no." Ado Annie sings that she's "just a girl who cain't say no."
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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
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In The Office, Dwight Schrute claims to have performed in a production of Oklahoma! in what role?
Mutey the Mailman
ANSWER: According to Dwight: "I was in a production of Oklahoma! in the 7th grade. I played the part of Mutey the Mailman. They had too many kids so they made up roles like that. I was good." According to Dwight: "I was in a production of Oklahoma! in the 7th grade. I played the part of Mutey the Mailman. They had too many kids so they made up roles like that. I was good."