Will You Be The First Person To Name All Iconic Women Correctly? Try Your Luck Now [Quiz]

 

Celebrities have always been popular. Even back during the monarchies of Europe, the average person wanted to know what their king or queen was what to. In the modern world, actors and musicians have filled a lot of that role. Especially since entertainment has become so important to America and the other developed nations.

Because we all like to know celebrities and what they’re up to, PlayBuzz designed a quick quiz to challenge our memories. They’ve asked us to identify all the famous female figures from the black and white movie era. Can you do it? PlayBuzz claims that only one in 50 can get them all right.

Scroll down and give the quiz a shot today! Tell us how you do in the comments!

Without a doubt, this quiz is hard. If you weren’t born in the 1950s, you’re probably going to really struggle with it – unless of course you love black and white movies and know a thing or two about them.

But most younger people today don’t give a second thought to the movies of previous generations. Others try to buck the trend and dive headfirst into vintage things.

The quiz below is not easy. If you cannot name all of these female stars, you’ll get the following message:

“Too bad you are one of 49 people who couldn’t name every single of these fabulous female stars. Don’t worry though, you can now educate yourself on these wonderful women.”

But if you’re amazing and get all the questions right, you’ll be awarded with the following message:

“1 in 50: Well done! You are 1 in 50 people who know exactly who these fabulous women are and were. You have your female knowledge down and could give any man a run for their money.”

How many of these women from the black and white photos did you recognized?


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Here are a few that were featured:

Bridget Bardot is a French actress born in Paris in 1934. She starred in various French language movies and later became a model. After her entertainment career, she pivoted into animal rights activism. In the 1950s and 1960s, she was one of the most popular and best-known sex symbols. Later in life, she made great strides in her advocacy work for animals.

Maya Angelou was an American poet who was born in St. Louis, MO in 1928 and died in North Carolina in 2014. She wrote many famous poems and was well known for her work in civil rights activism. One of her most famous quotes was: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

Marie Curie was a Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist. She conducted pioneering research in radioactivity. She was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1867 and died in 1934 from aplastic anemia believed to have been contracted from her long-term exposure to radiation.

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