Do you remember ''Alda'' movies Alan was in?

Get it? "All da" movies?!


When it comes to TV, few actors have a better pedigree than Alan Alda. That would be true if he'd done just M*A*S*H and called it a day. Instead, Alda continues to rack up television hits to this day. He won an Emmy for The West Wing. He was nominated for ER, 30 Rock, And the Band Played On and The Blacklist. He's had recurring roles on Ray Donavan, Horace and Pete, The Big C, and The Good Fight.

Oh, and did we mention that Alda does movies, too?!

Let's see if you can recall that part of his career. We'll give you the title of a movie, and you choose whether Alda is in it or not. No tricks, no gags. Just Alan Alda. Let us know your score and your favorite Alda movie in the comments section below!

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  1. Crimes and Misdemeanors
  2. Hannah and Her Sisters
  3. The Bonfire of the Vanities
  4. The Aviator
  5. The Fablemans
  6. Bridge of Spies
  7. Marriage Story
  8. Death Becomes Her
  9. Tower Heist
  10. The Conversation

Do you remember ''Alda'' movies Alan was in?

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Moverfan 5 months ago
Eight out of ten. What in the world is Tower Heist!
ColleneGandy 5 months ago
Alan alda has been in a bunch of movies. I recognized him right away when MASH came on
JeffPaul76 5 months ago
"You got 7 out of 10" ------"Way to go!" "What a gas!"
WilliamJorns 5 months ago
They forgot to mention "The Seduction of Joe Tynan" and "The Four Seasons," both of which
featured Alan Alda in a major (no pun intended) role.
BenSobeleone WilliamJorns 5 months ago
Yep, The Four Seasons. Great cast. Also in that movie Bess Armstrong and Len Cariou from the tv series Blue Bloods and the movie Executive Decision.
MikefromJersey 5 months ago
"You got 4 out of 10. Did anyone ever tell you, you have the voice of a songbird slowly drowning in tar?'

I only saw one of these flicks, The Conversation.
I think they should have included "The Four Seasons", "Paper Lion" and as bsantaniello noted below, "Same Time Next Year" as some of those listed are rather obscure.
Wenatchee7 MikefromJersey 5 months ago
I remember my dad took me to see "Paper Lion" at the drive-in. Those were the days.
bsantaniello 5 months ago
6/10 I was waiting for my favorite one - Same Time Next Year but it didn’t even get honorable mention!
tootsieg 5 months ago
8/10. Lots of guesses and I don’t know anything about most of the movies listed.
4thtroika 5 months ago
No Sweet Liberty or The Mephisto Waltz?
DW 5 months ago
10/10, all guesses except for Tower Heist. I knew he was one of the main characters in that movie.
TSeym22 5 months ago
7/10 Suprised. They were all guesses. Haven't seen any of the movies.
Wenatchee7 5 months ago
7/10 not really a movie guy and I haven't heard of half the movies.
GregV 5 months ago
I did unwell. I was hoping you'd mention his first screen, not TV, appearance, in Purlie Victorious, aka Gone are the Days. Film version of the Ossie Davis play, which premiered it's post Broadway tour at the Edgewater Beach Hotel Theater.
Ready2go 5 months ago
8/10. Don't know Tower Heist or Marriage Story.
Bapa1 5 months ago
Wasn't there one where there is a murder at The White House, and he ends up being the bad guy?
harlow1313 5 months ago
Though The Woodman appears to be a despicable human, what with his penchant for young girls, "Crimes and Misdemeanors" is a fine film.

I am sometimes torn, when separating an artist from their art.
harlow1313 5 months ago
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