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6.In this genre of film, the narrative is a crime drama that plays up elements of suspense, violence, and sexuality:A) Science fictionB) Film NoirC) Psychological thrillerD) Action/adventure
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7.Who composed the film score for Gone with the Wind?
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Table for Individual QuestionFeedbackPoints Earned:1.09.InSunset Blvd., once Joe stashes his car in the garage and walks up to the house, we hear a new musical sound with a trill in the strings. What does this trill come to represent?
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Which friendship theme is best-remembered from King’s Row?A) Parris and CassieB) Randy and DrakeC) Parris and DrakeD) Randy and Cassie
Table for Individual QuestionFeedbackPoints Earned:1.011.What two principal narrative threads are woven together to provide the setup in Stagecoach?
Table for Individual QuestionFeedbackPoints Earned:1.012.In which western is there a temporal ellipsis of two years, from 1878 to 1880, between the first and second scenes?
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FeedbackPoints Earned:1.013.Which of the films we have studied is regarded as the first great classic Hollywood western?
Table for Individual QuestionFeedbackPoints Earned:1.014.In what respect is the film High NoonNOT typical of the Western genre of that era?A) For the first time, a western affirmed the notion of Manifest DestinyB) Indians were depicted honorably as noble savagesC) The vast untamed land of the American West became almost a character in itselfD) The running time of the film corresponds closely with the timespan of the narrative
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Unformatted text preview: A) Erich Korngold B) Max Steiner C) Franz Waxman D) John Williams Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 9. In Sunset Blvd. , once Joe stashes his car in the garage and walks up to the house, we hear a new musical sound with a trill in the strings. What does this trill come to represent? A) The fading sound of the police car siren B) Joe's insanity C) Norma's insanity D) The ambient sound of Sunset Blvd. Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 10. Which friendship theme is best-remembered from King’s Row ? A) Parris and Cassie B) Randy and Drake C) Parris and Drake D) Randy and Cassie Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 11. What two principal narrative threads are woven together to provide the setup in Stagecoach ? A) A road film through dangerous territory combined with a revenge story B) The love story of Dallas and Doc Boone combined with a revenge story C) A road film through dangerous territory combined with the love story of Dallas and Doc Boone D) A crime story, that of Mr. Gatewood's $50,000 theft, combined with the Ringo Kid's drive to kill Geronimo Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 12. In which western is there a temporal ellipsis of two years, from 1878 to 1880, between the first and second scenes? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 13. Which of the films we have studied is regarded as the first great classic Hollywood western? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 14. In what respect is the film High Noon NOT typical of the Western genre of that era? A) For the first time, a western affirmed the notion of Manifest Destiny B) Indians were depicted honorably as noble savages C) The vast untamed land of the American West became almost a character in itself D) The running time of the film corresponds closely with the timespan of the narrative Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 15. Which of the westerns we have studied features an underscore composed and performed by blues singer and guitarist John Paul Hammond? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 16. Which film in its final sixteen minutes contains four dramatic climaxes that can be identified by the underscore? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 17. In which western is the opening scene notable for its diegetic sounds, leading to a gun battle, only at the conclusion of which does nondiegetic music finally enter? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 18....
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