Simon & Garfunkel wrote the song “Mrs. Robinson” specifically for which 1967 film?
“Mrs. Robinson” is a song written by Simon and Garfunkel and adapted for Mike Nichols’ 1967 film “The Graduate.” The popular folk duo originally intended to call the song “Mrs. Roosevelt,” but when Nichols asked the duo to contribute music for the film and revealed there was a major character named Mrs. Robinson, the title was changed. It became the duo’s second chart-topping song, hitting No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. “Mrs. Robinson” was awarded two Grammy Awards in 1969, becoming the first rock song to ever win Record of the Year.
The correct answer is The Graduate.