Quiz: Can You Match The Iconic Song To The Famous Movie?

When charming characters, captivating plot lines, and super-catchy songs meet for a date on the silver screen, the combination is practically irresistible. Throughout the years Hollywood films have provided us with such great hits that they've become the soundtracks of generations. But how many of these unforgettable songs from movies do you actually remember?

John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John’s characters fell in love to the sounds of this song in Grease (1978). 

Mary Poppins (1964) always had a positive approach toward life that was well-reflected in this song. 

This hit from Rocky III (1982) is considered one of the most motivational songs ever.

Judy Garland touched the heart of millions with this song from The Wizard Of Oz (1939).

This rock anthem by Queen found a huge crowd of new fans after Wayne's World (1992) was released.

This musical sensation from Dirty Dancing (1987) settled deep in the heart of every confused teenager.   

The woman from this song was successfully "trying to seduce" the main character in The Graduate (1967). 

Thanks to The Breakfast Club (1985) this song will always be recognized with high school detention. 

This infectious song from Frozen (2013) became a world phenomenon.

Celine Dion's power ballad certainly helped make Titanic (1997) one of the most successful films ever.

Beverly Hills Cop (1984) introduced this song to the world.

Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961) wouldn't be the same classic without Audrey Hepburn's magical performance of this song.

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are responsible for this instant classic from A Star Is Born (2018). 

The timeless classic is from Disney's adaptation of Pinocchio (1940).

This song from The Bodyguard (1992) immediately became a world sensation. 

This is the opening song from the film adaptation of the musical Hair (1979).

Bruce Springsteen's touching ballad from Philadelphia (1993) won the Oscar for Best Original Song.

One of the most memorable numbers from Singin' In The Rain (1952).

Pretty Woman (1990) introduced to the world this smashing hit from the Swedish Duo Roxette.

Quentin Tarantino included this Dusty Springfield gem in the soundtrack of his film Pulp Fiction (1994).

The theme song performed by Dolly Parton from the 1980 comedy of the same name.

Many fans still swear that this hit song from Top Gun (1986) defined how they felt about Tom Cruise.

In the song from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) Marilyn Monroe argues that...

West Side Story (1961) had a spectacular musical number dedicated to this place. 

The hit song from Toy Story (1995) performed by Randy Newman.

This song from 8 Mile (2002) became one of Eminem's biggest hits.

This song from Flashdance (1983) was a mandatory tune for every DJ back in the day.

Paul Newman and Katharine Ross had some fun to the sounds of this song from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969).

Julie Andrews sang in The Sound Of Music (1964) about my...

Michael Jordan couldn't have said it better in this hit from Space Jam (1996).

Bing Crosby was dreaming about it in Holiday Inn (1942) during the Hollywood golden age.

Madonna sang about him in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999).

This moving song from La La Land (2016) won the academy award for best original song. 

Doris Day brilliantly performed this song in Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956).

Aerosmith's rock ballad from the 1998 science fiction film Armageddon.

A mega hit by Pharrell Williams from Despicable Me 2 (2013) that will forever be attached to these yellow creatures.

According to the famous theme song of Ghostbusters (1984)...

No one can stay indifferent to the electric guitars of this famous song from the opening credits of Easy Rider (1969).

A Bee Gees all-time classic from Saturday Night Fever (1977).

Guns N' Roses were behind this explosive theme song from Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991).

The soundtrack composed by Stevie Wonder for The Woman In Red (1984) includes this big romantic hit.

This song by The Doors appeared in the very famous opening scene of Apocalypse Now (1979).

The soundtrack of the musical drama Footloose (1984) included this huge hit by Bonnie Tyler.

The action comedy Bad Boys (1995) exposed the world to this reggae-inspired hit.

Harry Nilsson performed a famous version of this song that was featured in Midnight Cowboy (1969).

The rock n' roll classic was performed during the parade scene in Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986).

This touching ballad from Batman Forever (1995) was written and performed by Seal.

This song from Chicago (2002) introduced the world to the impressive singing skills of Catherine Zeta-Jones.

One of the most famous songs composed by Elton John for the soundtrack of The Lion King (1994).

Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves (1991) featured this romantic ballad by Bryan Adams.