Ultimate Pretty Woman Quiz

By: Staff Writer
Image: Touchstone Pictures

About This Quiz

"It was so good, I almost peed my pants!"

That's how you'll feel after you ace this ultimate "Pretty Woman" quiz! If you want the fairy tale, just like Vivian, look no further.

Starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, the film tells the story of Vivian, a beautiful and witty 'lady of the night' who is hired to be an escort by Edward, a rich workaholic businessman. Their relationship took place on screen but carved a special place in the hearts of millions of Americans, solidifying itself as one of the most popular and successful romantic comedies of all time. Gere's and Robert's chemistry was so natural that they reunited nine years later for the 1999 rom-com "Runaway Bride."

How well do you remember all that on-screen chemistry? Can you recall details like the name of Edward's lawyer? Are you such an ultimate fan that you can remember obscure details like the length of Vivian's legs?

So climb up this tower and take this quiz to see if you're a "Pretty Woman" (or Man) walking down the street!

He plays feverishly and then asks the staff to leave so he can have the room alone with Vivian who he seduces on the piano. Richard Gere is actually a talented pianist, and he also composed the piece of music that is played.

The song was originally released as a single in 1964 by Roy Orbison and the only other recording of this song was done by Van Halen in 1982.

The full quote goes, “I got red, I got green, I got yellow... I'm out of purple, but I do have one Gold Circle coin left... the condom of champions... the one and only... nothin' is gettin' through this sucker.”

For the duration of the movie, the manager of the hotel calls her Miss Vivian.

Edward doesn’t drink, so he was just sitting in a chair behind her observing and smirking over her boisterous laughter.

The escargot was quickly caught by the mâitre-d who tells an embarrassed Vivian that it happens all the time. Director Garry Marshall cast the same actor that played the mâitre-d in 2001's The Princess Diaries years later and gave him the same line.

Edward was not much of a lay low guy, he always had a lot of work to get done.

Richard then tells Thompson that he knows she is not his niece because he is an only child.

Edward tells Phillip that his car “corners like it’s on rails,” referring to the Lotus he borrowed the night he met Vivian.

She wore this the first night, and the next day until she was able to buy new clothes with Edward’s money.

This two-mile long street is a major tourist attraction and hotspot for luxury-goods stores.

Barney Thompson also helped Vivian out by calling his friend Bridget to help dress her appropriately for the evening.

Vivian was singing away not realizing that Edward was standing over her watching, then she felt embarrassed and took the headphones off.

Vivian greeted Edward after a long day, naked, wearing only the tie. He said, “Nice tie.” She said, “I got it for you.”

They told her, “Please leave now,” and she left the store feeling sad and ashamed.

Vivian told him that she had strawberry seeds stuck in her teeth and that you shouldn’t neglect your gums.

A flight from Los Angeles to San Francisco takes approximately 56 minutes. The opera he takes her to see is La Traviata, which is about a prostitute who falls in love with a wealthy man.

She says, “You’re late.” He says, “You’re stunning.” She replies, “You’re forgiven.”

Pretty Woman was released on March 23, 1990, Rated R with a running time of 1h 59min.

The famous scene where Edward snaps the necklace case down on Vivian’s fingers was improvised by Richard Gere. Julia Roberts’ reaction of laughter was purely natural and the filmmakers loved it and kept it in the movie.

Sandra Bullock and Diane Lane also turned down the role of Vivian.

Vivian tells Kit to come to the front desk and pick up some money that she will leave there for her.

This scene revealed a goof in the movie – Vivian had just got out of the bathtub, but when she jumps on the bed, the viewer can see that her feet are filthy!

In fact, Edward likes Vivian better without the wig!

He gives her his brown trench coat, but Vivian still doesn’t cover up enough to hide her look, turning many heads as she struts through the lobby.

Edward then asks her how much for the entire night so they can just relax. Vivian has a memorable line in this scene: "I appreciate this whole seduction thing you've got going on here, but let me give you a tip: I'm a sure thing."

Vivian is surprised when she hears him answer, "Both," and says to him, "Where are they? Shopping, together?" As it turns out, Edward was not with either of them anymore.

Edward punches Phillip and drags him out of the suite.

When the woman looked confused, Edward quickly stepped in with a witty rhyme, “She said she liked it better than "Pirates of Penzance.”

Throughout the movie, Vivian always wants the fairytale. When they filmed the earlier scene with Vivian talking about wanting to be a princess who's rescued from a tower, they still hadn't written the movie's ending where Edward "rescues" Vivian.

She asks for $5 but all Edward has are $20s, so she grabs it and she says for that she’ll show him to the hotel personally and hops in the car!

He is carrying roses and blaring opera music out of the windows. The music was a recording of an aria from "La Traviata", the opera the couple had seen earlier in the film.

$4,000. They settle on $3,000 to which she replied “Holy sh*t!” They then reveal to each other that he would have paid more and she would have stayed for less.

Vivian is wearing these shoes while helping the crowd fill the holes back into the grass field.

The Lotus did not have an automatic transmission, and Edward didn’t know how to drive stick shift, so Vivian took the wheel!

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