n. A game show in the form of a quiz
Quiz Show is a 1994 American historical film produced and directed by Robert Redford, and written by Paul Attanasio, based on Richard N. Goodwin's memoir Remembering America: A Voice From the Sixties. It stars John Turturro, Rob Morrow, and Ralph Fiennes, with Paul Scofield, David Paymer, Hank Azaria, and Christopher McDonald appearing in supporting roles.
The film chronicles the Twenty One quiz show scandals of the 1950s, the rise and fall of popular contestant Charles Van Doren after the rigged loss of Herb Stempel, and Congressional investigator Richard Goodwin's subsequent probe. Goodwin co-produced the film. Though the film was a disappointment at the box office, it received generally positive reviews and was nominated for several accolades, including a Best Picture Oscar nomination and several Golden Globes.
A quiz show is a type of game show. Quiz show may also refer to:
- Quiz Show (film), a 1994 film based on quiz show scandals
- Quiz Show (video game), a 1976 arcade game
- Quiz Show Q, a Korean quiz show
- Quiz Show (TV series), an Italian quiz show
- " The Quiz Show", an episode of I Love Lucy
Quiz Show is a two-player arcade game by Atari, Inc, originally released in 1976. A computerized version of a quiz show, the game presents multiple choice answers to questions from a range of categories.
Usage examples of "quiz show".
As you may remember if you are of a certain age and disposition, this was a quiz show—.
Two nights ago he graciously had Jerry back as a special guest to celebrate Jerry's new afternoon quiz show.
One is designed like a scene from the popular television quiz show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Like Mark Van Doren, the legendary cheat from the original quiz show scandals, Hillary would pretend to search her memory as Letterman asked each question, seeming to stall for time, and then blurt out the answer at the last moment - always correct.
Edie Marsh was suffering through a TV quiz show when she heard a man's voice calling from the front doorway.
He stopped by the bathroom, then lit a cigar, turned on his quiz show again, saw three new executives fail to define the word “.