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Can You Solve These 55 Lego Riddles?

If you’re into riddles and also like LEGO, we have something very cool for you! To commemorate the 55th anniversary of the LEGO brick, the company has issued 55 graphic riddles where LEGO bricks represent various characters from movies, songs, cultural or political highlights that occurred over the last 55 years. Some of them are a bit more obvious than the others, but constructing the right answer from the hints feels almost like a mental LEGO game.

The plastic brick, that’s recognized all over the world today, was patented in its current shape on January 28th, 1958. With the production reaching 19 billion LEGO elements a year, around 400 million people around the world have played with it at least once in their life, and every year kids spend around 5 billion hours at it! Currently there are 6 LEGOLAND theme parks in the world: USA has two in Florida and California, and Denmark, United Kingdom, Malaysia and Germany host one each.

Try and see how many of the riddles you can get, and let us know in the comments!

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  • davOdo

    I think the movies are the hardest ones since their titles get changed based on the nations’ laguage.
    Anyway, here are my guesses:
    - Gulliver
    - Little red riding hood
    - the story of the three bears
    - three little pigs
    - king kong
    - the beatles
    - jaws
    - biancaneve
    - ?
    - purple rain
    - titanic
    - ?
    - yellow submarine
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - smurfs
    - the thin red line
    - moby dick
    - pinocchio
    - Four Weddings and a Funeral
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - the tortoise and the hare
    - rolling stones
    - ?
    - black or white
    - the big blue
    - black sun
    - ?
    - Little Thumbling
    - ?
    - ?
    - the green mile
    - ?
    - ?
    - ?
    - peter pan
    - matrix
    - ?
    - the white stripes
    - ?
    - paint it black
    - spiderman
    - ?
    - ?
    - stairway to heaven

    • Sarah

      Could that be “Clockwork Orange” just before “Stairway to Heaven”?

    • http://twitter.com/vtrione Trione

      Just after The Green Mile: 300

  • http://www.facebook.com/regressiv Jakub Hricov via Facebook

    1st – Gulliver’s Travels
    2nd – Hansel and Gretel
    3rd – Little Red Cap
    4th – Golden Hair and the Three Bears
    5th – Three Little Pigs
    6th – King Kong
    7th – The Beatles
    8th – Jaws
    9th – Snow White and the seven dwarves
    10th – 2001: A Space Odyssey
    11th – Purple Rain
    12th – Titanic :D
    13th – Nirvana
    14th – Yellow Submarine
    15th – Braveheart
    16th – Alice in Wonderland
    17th – Hunger games ?
    18th – Alibaba and the 40 thieves
    19th – The Thin Red Line
    20th – Moby Dick
    21st – Pinoccio
    22nd – Four Weddings and a Funeral
    23rd – Walk the Line
    24th – no idea
    25th – Reservoir Dogs
    26th – Bob Marley and the Wailers
    27th – Under Pressure
    28th – Kill Bill
    29th – Monsters inc. ?
    30th – Men in black
    31st – Inception ?
    32nd – Tron
    33rd – no idea
    34th – The Rolling Stones

  • http://www.facebook.com/hanzq Hannele Lyhty via Facebook

    Last one is pinocchio….?

  • Aleksander Penev via Facebook

    8th is jaws for sure

  • http://www.facebook.com/petya.harizanova.9 Petya Harizanova via Facebook

    There is one more page :D

  • Aleksander Penev via Facebook

    33 – the rabbit and the turtle :P

  • http://www.facebook.com/franjatesa Francisco Javier Téllez Sánchez via Facebook

    I didn’t solve 3

  • Em Dash via Facebook

    36 black or white
    37 the big blue (le grand bleu)
    40 hop-o’-my-thumbs
    41 simply red
    42 the hulk?
    45 the jackson 5
    46 peter pan
    48 the pink panther
    49 the white stripes
    53 a fish called wanda?
    54 modern times?
    55 stairways to heaven

  • dom

    1) Gulliver’s Travels
    2) Little Red Riding Hood
    3) Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    4) The Three Little Pigs
    5) King Kong
    6) The Beatles
    7) Jaws
    8) Snow White and the seven Dwarfs
    9) 2001: A Space Odyssey
    10) Purple Rain
    11) Titanic
    12) Nirvana
    13) Yellow Submarine
    14) Braveheart
    15) Alice in Wonderland
    16) The Hunger games
    17) Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
    18) The Thin Red Line
    19) Moby Dick
    20) Pinocchio
    21) Four weddings and a funeral
    22) Walk the line
    23) The Police
    24) Reservoir Dogs
    25) Bob Marley & the Wailers
    26) Under pressure
    27) Kill Bill
    28) Monsters Inc.
    29) Men in Black
    30) Inception
    31) Tron
    32) The Tortoise and the Hare
    33) The Rolling Stones
    34) Strawberry Fields Forever
    35) Black or White
    36) The Big Blue
    37) Black Sun
    38) New Kids on the Block
    39) Hansel and Gretel
    40) Simply Red
    41) Little Red Corvette
    42) The Green Mile
    43) 300
    44) Shrek
    45) Maroon 5
    46) Peter Pan
    47) The Matrix
    48) The Color Purple
    49) The White Stripes
    50) Jurassic Park
    51) Paint it Black
    52) Spider Man
    53) Big Fish
    54) Clockwork Orange
    55) Stairway to Heaven

    • http://www.facebook.com/carys.goulding Carys Goulding

      I reckon 35 is Ebony and Ivory
      39 is the Pied Piper of Hamlin (where is Gretel otherwise?)

  • http://www.facebook.com/chipp.fritz Chipp Fritz via Facebook

    Even the boredest of pandas thought these were lame.

  • Marta Nowosielska via Facebook

    24 the Three Colours, um, no, thought it was a film…
    33 the tortoise and the hare
    47 must be the Matrix :)
    50 the Green Mile?

  • http://www.facebook.com/yvest3 Yves Thériault via Facebook

    51 Paint it black

  • http://www.facebook.com/yvest3 Yves Thériault via Facebook

    52 Spider man

  • http://www.facebook.com/adam.newbydavies Adam John Newby-Davies

    i think that number 9 is 2001 a space odyssey

  • Salvador Eulenspiegel

    I think, the one after snow white would be Space Odyssee 2000. It’s depicting the eye of Hal, the computer AI.

    The one after the green mile would be 300.

  • Ricky

    Black or White could also be Ebony and Ivory.
    Gulliver’s Travels certainly, but that is actually not a children’s story

  • Kiebitz

    nice riddles. Some of them are pretty hard.

  • Memento

    39) Thumbling
    45) Jackson Five
    54) Twelve Monkeys

  • wrinklebeast

    23) America (popular song – A Horse With No Name)

  • Eowenia

    The 15th maybe The Thin Red Line by Terrence Malick?

  • Mia

    Gulliver’s Travels
    Little red ridding hood
    Goldilocks
    The three pigs
    King Kong
    The Beatles
    Jaws
    Snow White
    007?
    Purple Rain
    Titanic
    Nirvanna
    Yellow submarine- The Beatles
    BraveHeart
    Alice in Wonderland
    Hunger Games
    Ali Baba
    The thin red line
    Moby Dick
    Pinocchio
    Four Weddimgs and a funeral
    I walk the line-Johnny Cash
    the Police
    Reservoir dogs
    Bob Marley and the Wailers
    Under pressure
    Kill Bill
    Monsters Inc
    Men in Black
    Inception
    Tron
    The turtle and the hare
    Rolling Stones
    Strawberry Fields- Beatles
    Ebony and Ivory- Stevie Wonder
    The Big Blue
    “Black Hole Sun”-Soundgarden
    New Kids on the block
    Hansel and Gretel?
    Simply Red
    Little Red Corvette- Prince
    The Green Mile
    300
    The hulk
    Jackson 5
    Peter pan
    Matrix
    the Color Purple?
    White Stripes
    Jurassic Park

    Paint it Balck- The Rolling Stones
    Spiderman
    Big Fish
    Clockwork orange
    Stairway to heaven -Led Zepplin