|Year in which the film was originally released?|
|Director of this film, as well as 'Dr. Strangelove' & 'Eyes Wide Shut'?|
|Co-writer of the film, he also wrote the sci-fi classic novel 'Childhood's End'?|
|Short story by the co-writer above on which the movie was based?|
|Subtitle (and era) of the first section of the film set in ancient Africa?|
|At the end of a climactic battle in this section, a triumphant apeman tosses what object into the air?|
|That object, in one of filmdom's most famous edits, switches to a space shuttle run by which real-life (now defunct) airline?|
|Aboard the shuttle, we meet Dr. Haywood Floyd,|
tensely reading a long set of instructions for use of a zero-gravity what?
|In a balletic sequence, that shuttle docks to a revolving space station.|
What famous classical waltz is heard?
|Written by which composer?|
|On board the space station, Floyd learns he is being sent to a moonbase in this,|
the 3rd largest visible moon crater?
|On the moon, Floyd investigates an extraterrestrial object known as TMA-1.|
What moon crater does the 'T' in TMA stand for?
|The movie then jumps 18 months ahead, aboard the Discovery One spaceship approaching which planet?|
|Which actor plays Dave Bowman, one of the two conscious astronauts on board the ship?|
|What is the name and number of the computer that runs the ship?|
|After an incident we won't spoil, Dave removes the computer's memory modules.|
What is the last song we hear the computer sing?
|Dave leaves the ship and undergoes an almost psychedelic journey, ending up in a bedroom decorated in the style of which French King?|
|Dave meets older & older versions of himself. On his deathbed he sees the same monolith seen previously on the moon and by the apemen. What color and shape is it?|
|Dave seems to become a floating glowing giant embryo approaching the Earth.|
What name is given to this creature by the author?
|Name of the classical music heard during this final sequence and the opening titles?|
|Tradename for the widescreen process in which the movie was filmed?|
|Number of Academy Award nominations the film received?|
|Only category in which it won?|
|In 1973, which Brazillian composer/arranger had a #2 US hit with music from the movie?|
|In 1975, seven years after the single's initial release, what David Bowie song, whose title was inspired by this film, reached #1 in England?|
|In 1976, Marvel Comics published a short-lived adaptation based on ideas from the film. What comic book legend wrote and drew the series?|
|1984 sequel to the movie?|
|This actor provided the computer's voice in both movies.|