Can you pass this Meet Me in St. Louis quiz?

A cast of favorites in the charming, romantic, tuneful love story of the 1900s!

 

Meet Me in St. Louis can technically be classified as a Christmas movie, right? No, Santa's not in it. But for about ten minutes, the movie perfectly captures what can be a sometimes-melancholy feeling during the holiday season. 

The movie is divided into several vignettes, and climaxes on Christmas. So, we declare it's a Christmas movie!

How much do you remember about this Christmas classic? Find out, and be sure to post your thoughts and your score in the comments section below!

  1. First and foremost, what classic Christmas song was introduced in Meet Me in St. Louis?
  2. Who won an Academy Award for their role in this movie?
  3. "Clang, clang, clang went the trolley. ____, ____, ____ went the bell"
  4. The movie is centered around which event?
  5. Who is the youngest Smith?
  6. Alonzo Smith suddenly insists his family must move to which city?
  7. Esther bites which character?
  8. Rose and Esther fill up a dance card for which character?
  9. Who takes Esther to the ball?
  10. Judy Garland fell in love with which eventual husband on the set of Meet Me in St. Louis?

Can you pass this Meet Me in St. Louis quiz?

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texasluva 5 months ago
Good choice. I have most of her works plus silent ones like Ben-Hur a Tale Of Christ 1925. Cheaper By The Dozen (1950) Stars
Clifton Webb Myrna Loy Jeanne Crain---coming right up on MQ Friday
texasluva 5 months ago
Though hard to think I'd be in any prison let alone in Turkey where it has to be horrid😕. A true story too.
KJExpress 5 months ago
Oh, good! I seem to come up with obscure choices sometimes. Glad you have this one. 😊
texasluva 5 months ago
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SheriHeffner 5 months ago
10 out of 10. This is one of my favorite movies.
JHP 6 months ago
what's next - a Heidi or Ishtar quiz?
Guinness 6 months ago
6/10 I've heard of it. Never seen it.
bmoore4026 6 months ago
7 out of 10. I'm from the St. Louis area, so this movie is something of a regional prince even though it wasn't filmed here.
LabLove 6 months ago
6 of 10 and all guesses. Never seen a single bit of it.
Kramden62 6 months ago
I was in a community theater production of "Meet Me in St. Louis" around 2002. I played the conductor of the trolley as well as one of the guests at the party. However, I never saw the movie to this day, so I tried to remember the storyline of the play. I got 7/10. I don't remember Esther biting John in the show.

Also for all the oldies fans reading this, The Happenings (best known for their hit remake of "See You in September") recorded "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" in 1966; however, it was only released as a promotional single for radio DJs to play on the air. There were no "stock" copies available of it to the public.
Lillyrose 6 months ago
8 out of 10. "Meet Me in St. Louis" is one of my favorite movies! Judy Garland is such a great singer! One of my favorite songs is "The Trolley Song."
Karellen 6 months ago
10/10. I got this movie when my daughter was in kindergarten. For a month she watched the film every day. A classmate of hers also watched the film every day, and at the kindergarten "graduation" ceremony they sang The Trolley Song as a duet.
Yort 6 months ago
One of my favorite movies of all time! Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas...
stevennordgren2 6 months ago
This is the American version of The shop around the corner.
Steve,
You are thinking of "In the Good Old Summertime" with Van Johnson and Judy. At the end
of the movie, the very last shot, is Judy's baby Liza in her first movie appearance.
It would make a terrific double feature with "Meet Me in St. Louis".
JL1965 6 months ago
10/10 what a beautiful film. No one sang Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas like Judy Garland. You have to wonder if there was ever a time like that where people seem to be so kind. Just an amazing film. A true classic
Adamtwelvia JL1965 6 months ago
Wasn't too fond of the ending, what was with that 'proposal' from the boyfriend?! I'd be saying, "Hey, Romeo, get back here!! I didn't give ya my answer! Where's my ring and my roses?!
SparkleMotion 6 months ago
6/10 ... I've only seen the movie once, but I thought I'd do better.
bsantaniello 6 months ago
4/10 didn’t remember much except the Christmas segment of the movie.
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