Are you enough of a movie buff to recognize these Seventies movie sequels?

Let's see if you remember Part II or III as well as the original.

Sequels are nothing new. Hollywood has been cranking them out for decades. But the practice of summer blockbuster sequels really kicked off in the 1970s. Hit comedies, dramas and action flicks typically got a second — or third — story.

Let's see how well you can recognize these sequels linked to Seventies cinema. Some flopped. Some raked in money. Try to name them all.
  1. He pitied the fool who did not see this sequel to what '70s blockbuster?
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  2. Michelle Pfeiffer starred in this 1982 sequel to what nostalgic '70s phenomenon?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  3. Recognize this number? It's from a 1983 sequel to which massive '70s movie?
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  4. Tyne Daly joined Clint Eastwood in a sequel to what '70s smash?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  5. Here is a creepy moment from the sequel to what '70s horror hit?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  6. Hey, TV stars! You probably forgot Ron Howard and Cindy Williams returned for a 1979 sequel to 'American Graffiti.' What was it called?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  7. 1981's 'Shock Treatment' was essentially a sequel to what cult classic?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  8. 'The Concorde' (1979) was a sequel to which blockbuster disaster movie?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  9. Popeye returned! No, not the sailor man. This 1975 hit was a sequel to what movie?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  10. Conway and Knotts had them tied up in knots. What movie is this?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  11. Here is an image from the sequel to second biggest movie of 1977. What movie was that?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  12. The Shaggy Dog came out in 1959. This sequel finally came out in 1976. What was it called?
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  13. Here is Ryan O'Neal looking moody in what movie?
    Image: The Everett Collection
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Lacey 19 days ago
12/13 - #5 could have been any of those.
Jinghiz 20 days ago
13/13, and the weird part is that I’ve only seen three of the movies.
Kirsten 25 days ago
ARE YOU ENOUGH OF A MOVIE BUFF TO RECOGNIZE THESE SEVENTIES MOVIE SEQUELS?

You got 11 out of 13
You are the champion! When it comes to spotting movies, you have the eye of the tiger.

I missed #s 6 and 13.
Geronimo 27 days ago
The last question got me, never saw that movie................................12/13
Lucyneenah19701 27 days ago
7 out of 13.
I'm not a dummy. They're just movies. The quizzes are not important; they're just for fun.
BrittReid 27 days ago
11/13 The Enforcer was the third Dirty Harry sequel, following Magnum Force.
UTZAAKE 27 days ago
11/13. Foiled by 4 and 6.
7. The dude on the left side of the photo was featured on the film's print ads and posters, accompanied by the statement "TRUST ME, I'M A DOCTOR." http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-_qhwYtSKI5Y/U9kjAJ8-tzI/AAAAAAAAQUI/0ibaPWOFHI4/s1600/SHOCK+TREATMENT+-+American+Poster+1.jpg
EllisClevenger 28 days ago
You got 13 out of 13
You are the champion! When it comes to spotting movies, you have the eye of the tiger.
13/13. Made some logical guesses based on the photos.
JeffTanner 29 days ago
You got 13 out of 13 -------------You are the champion! When it comes to spotting movies, you have the eye of the tiger.
teire 30 days ago
12/13, remembered the American Graffiti sequel, but not its name.
anthony 30 days ago
11/13.Missed #6.(Never saw or even heard of American Graffiti sequel."More American Grafitti"?Nope! I imagine it didn't do very well.),and #10.Love Don Knotts from Barney to Mr. furley,never seen anything he did with Tim Conway.
cperrynaples anthony 30 days ago
They did 3 movies: Private Eyes and the Dumpling duet!
harlow1313 cperrynaples 29 days ago
The Prize Fighter
cperrynaples harlow1313 29 days ago
Sorry! So 4 movies then. Now that you say that title, I do remember a scene where a bad guy literally used Conway's face as a punching bag, much to the shock of Knotts!
Barry22 30 days ago
13/13, Staying Alive and Grease 2 were horrendous.(but I did like Michelle Pfeiffer)
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