In the film goldfinger what is so diabolical about

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In the film Goldfinger, what is so diabolical about Goldfinger's scheme?A) The laser he has devised is so powerful that he will have no trouble cutting through the heaviest of steel doorsB) He doesn't need to steal the gold from Fort Knox; he merely has to contaminate it with a nuclear weaponC) Even though he will allow Bond to live through Operation Grand Slam, there is no way Bond can alert theauthorities in timeD) The scheme employs three irresistible forces at once: the laser, the bomb, and Odd Job
30.In the opening 20 minutes ofThe Graduate, what Simon and Garfunkel song do we hear?
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31.In this clip from Casablanca, after a dissolve carries us back out to the streets of Casablanca, for the first time in the filmwe encounter cuts between shots (rather than dissolves and fades).For the next minute, diegetic sounds of policewhistles, sirens, and vehicles combine with the underscore to convey what?A) A temporal ellipsisB) A montage sequenceC) Temporal continuityD) Spacial continuity
32.In this clip, the principal function of the underscore is best described by which of the following?Points Earned:1.0Points Earned:0.0
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33.In this clip, the principal function of the underscore is best described by which of the following?Points Earned:1.0
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34.In the first 30 seconds of this clip, which of the following descriptions accurately states the principal function of the music?Points Earned:1.0
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35.In this clip, what theme do we hear?

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