Quiz: Name That Frock Flick!


Test your knowledge and memory of what historical costume was worn in what movie or TV show! Play our quiz and post your results in the comments. Share with your friends.

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Three historical costumers who decided the world needed a podcast and blog dedicated to historical costume movies and everything right and wrong with them.

24 Responses

  1. Penny H

    Well, it was tricky, and on some of my answers I should have done better, but it was fun–I’d love it if you made this kind of quiz a regular feature.

  2. Charity

    16/20. Pink drinks for you! Somebody knows the 16th century from the 18th and Walter Plunkett from Colleen Atwood. Go forth and snark with our blessings!

    I knew the Tudor and Regency ones better than some of the others. :P

  3. Barb Donaghey

    I failed miserably. A lot of them were a 50/50 guess for me and I choose poorly. But it was fun none the less!

  4. Sue

    Yeah, I’m not one of those obnoxious people who has to knit pick a series to death…I just enjoy it for hat it is… 7/20 Correct answers!
    Boo-hoo! You’re just not paying attention to the frocks. Maybe you’ve actually been watching the movies instead of scrutinizing the historical costumes?

  5. Andrew.

    I only got 8 out of 20. Too many movies from the past fifteen years and movies depicting the 1770s to the 1830s are pretty for down my interest spectrum.

  6. M.D.

    11 out 20! I seriously thought I would do better! Some of them were kinda tricky, though. Lol.

  7. Donnalee

    Not visible on laptop with Windows 7 with Firefox either, just for your survey. I see the first photo at the heading, and nothing else. It seems to happen every time, or at least I have never been able to see things beyond the first photo of keep, spank or marry, or whatever your version is, and other quiz things– and today it did not let me sign in to your site to put this comment, even though I am already signed in and simply clicked on the fill-it-all-in-via-Wordpress thing that has worked in the past. Science!