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19. Recall the B theme from the song in High Noon ("Oh, to be torn ‘twixt love and duty"). When this theme is used in the underscore, what principal meaning is associated with it?
Points Earned: 1. 0 20. Which film in its final sixteen minutes contains four dramatic climaxes that can be identified by the underscore?
Points Earned: 1. 0 21. Bernard Herrmann was in many respects the perfect composer for a filmmaker such as Alfred Hitchcock. Which statement below is NOT characteristic of the effect of his music upon an audience?
Points Earned: 0. 0 22. In the peephole scene, we see Norman replace the painting on the wall and walk out of the parlor to the house. Precisely as he begins to move forward, the strings play
the obsessive rhythm pizzicato (that is, plucking the strings). What is the effect of playing this rhythm pizzicato ? A) Communicates that his struggle to reach a decision continues B) Serves to signal that Norman recognizes his action was wrong and resolves not to repeat it C) Reinforces that Norman is satisfied with having seen Marion undress D) Reinforces the decisive nature of his impending action
Points Earned: 1. 0 23. Which of the following factors does NOT account for the riveting nature of Marion's drive following the theft of the $40,000?
Points Earned: 1. 0 24. In the temptation scene, which of the following does NOT contribute to our identification with Marion?
Points Earned: 1. 0

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