Ever wondered what it takes to bring down one of history's most famous and feared mobsters? "The Untouchables" combines clever police work with plenty of thrills. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of this famous flick.
What year was "The Untouchables" released?
Where is the film primarily set?
What gangster runs Chicago in "The Untouchables"?
Who were the Untouchables?
law enforcement agents
Which of the following was NOT one of the Untouchables?
Who played Eliot Ness in the film?
True or false: Frank Nitti was a member of the Untouchables.
What do Ness and his officers find during a failed raid early in the film?
Who was Mike Dorsett?
Where does Jim Malone suggest that Ness look to find new recruits in the fight against Capone?
Why is Malone leery about George Stone?
He's got a criminal record.
What is Wallace's job when he is recruited into the Untouchables?
Where do the Untouchables pull their first raid in an attempt to nail Capone?
Who came up with the idea of nabbing Capone on tax evasion charges?
What do the Untouchables do to convince George to cooperate with authorities?
shoot a thug in the mouth
Who kills George and Wallace?
What word is written in blood at George and Wallace's crime scene?
Where do the Untouchables famously have a shootout with Capone's gang?
Los Angeles International Airport
Grand Central Terminal
Who finally kills the infamous Bowtie Man?
What does Ness find in Nitti's pocket during the trial?
a fake ID
a picture of Ness' family
How does Nitti die?
falling off a roof
Who does Ness give Malone's St. Jude medallion to at the end of the film?
What does Ness plan to do if Prohibition is repealed?
have a drink
fight to have it reinstated
How much did "The Untouchables" make at the box office opening weekend?
True or false: Bob Hoskins got $300,000 NOT to play the role of Al Capone.
How many Academy Awards did "The Untouchables" win?
Who was chosen to play Al Capone in a planned prequel?
Robert De Niro
What happened at Capone's trial in the film?
He was acquitted.
He got off with only probation.
He was sent to jail.
True or false: The real-life Al Capone also received an 11-year sentence for tax evasion.
True or false: In real life, Malone and Ness worked closely together to nab Capone.