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1) In which 1982 crime drama did Eddie Mur­phy make his bigscreen de­but?

2) Which fel­low “Satur­day Night Live” vet­eran could Mur­phy be seen “Trad­ing Places” with in that 1983 com­edy?

3) What was the name of Mur­phy’s char­ac­ter in the three “Bev­erly Hills Cop” movies?

4) Mur­phy shared top billing with an­other com­edy star in the 1984 movie “Best De­fense,” even though they didn’t ac­tu­ally share any scenes. Name the other ac­tor.

5) Which for­mer talk show host played Mur­phy’s manser­vant and friend in “Com­ing to Amer­ica” (1988)?

6) What was the ti­tle of the 1992 ro­man­tic com­edy in which a vix­en­ish Robin Givens al­most stole Mur­phy away from Halle Berry?

7) Mur­phy had one of his more un­ex­pected roles in “Vam­pire in Brook­lyn” (1995). Which hor­ror movie maven di­rected the pic­ture?

8) What is the name of the suave al­ter ego of “The Nutty Pro­fes­sor” in Mur­phy’s 1996 com­edy re­make and its 2000 se­quel?

9) What was the ti­tle of the 1999 Hol­ly­wood spoof that marked Mur­phy’s first movie team­ing with Steve Martin?

10) Mur­phy sup­plied the voice of an an­i­mated don­key in one of the top movie hits of 2001. Name it.

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