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Unformatted text preview: FILM 3051: Film History 1 L1L-1 +-It ~ TEST #2 (200 points) t:,~--!:~ MATCHING (5 points each) J:' Michael 2. Pandora's Box '/3: Different from the Others 4: Entr 'acte ..".5: Napoleon I l b~--- 1P O Your name: C>:Vtfln ~tf7Y Ph-- II dA'Y\ a: Rene Clair .J'1: Carl- Theodor Dreyer c-: Richard Oswald /;v. Abel Gance .,e:- G.W. Pabst MULTIPLE CHOICE (3 points each) ~dafsnitrt1s such as Un Chien Andalou aimed to: a.-Cr6ate-a-ooeplysymoolic storyline using seemingly random events lr.---Muckintellectttals c. Assault reason d. Expressthepsychologica!anguisheftheSeoond World War 6. Who had the nearly impossible task of controlling Erich von Stroheim's budgets? a. D.W. Griffith b. Frank Norris c. Cecil B. DeMille d. Irving Thalberg 7. What narrative event triggers the story of It? a. A girl saving tinfoil so that she may buy a doll b. A woman desiring a man c. A sexual tryst backstage during a variety show d. A man lying to a woman about his economic prowess 8. Who brought serious content to comedy first? a. Mack Sennet b. Charles Chaplin c. Buster Keaton d. Clara Bow 9. What is the most screened film in history?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course FILM 3051 taught by Professor Watson during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.
- Fall '08