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16 .   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
17 .   The entrance of this character is regarded as one of the most memorable cinematographic entrances in all of film history . Who is it ?
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18 .   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 ?
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19 .   In which western is the title music beautifully intimate and tender , starting with a single melodic line from solo guitar ?
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20 .   In which western does the underscore contain high woodwind figures sounding over sustained dissonant tones to convey the extreme heat of the desert , as well as the mystery of the body lying on the ground ?
A ) Dances with Wolves
B ) High Noon
C ) Little Big Man
D ) Silverado
E ) Stagecoach
21 .   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 ?
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22 .   After Marion collapses to the bathroom floor , the camera leisurely pans over to a view of the newspaper with the money inside it . What is the intended purpose of this shot ?
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23 .   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 ?
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24 .   In the setup in Psycho , what do we learn about Marion and Sam ?
A ) Marion wants to marry Sam , but he is heavily in debt and must regularly pay his ex-wife alimony
B ) Sam wants the secret trysts to stop in favor of a more respectable relationship
C ) Marion and Sam are lovers , but have agreed to end their relationship
D ) Marion 's boss is the only real barrier to their relationship working smoothly
Answer:  C )   Marion wants to marry Sam , but he is heavily in debt and must regularly pay his ex-wife alimony
25 .   So masterfully filmed is the shower scene that we can scarcely imagine it differently . Yet , if Hitchcock had had his way , there would have been something strikingly different about it . What was it ?
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26 .   In the opening 20 minutes of The Graduate , what Simon and Garfunkel song do we hear ?
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17. The entrance of this character is regarded as one of the most memorable cinematographic entrances in all of film history. Who is it? A) Marshall Cain B) Doc Boone C) The Ringo Kid D) Frank Miller
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D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Points Earned: 1.0 19. In which western is the title music beautifully intimate and tender, starting with a single melodic line from solo guitar?
Points Earned: 1.0 20. In which western does the underscore contain high woodwind figures sounding over sustained dissonant tones to convey the extreme heat of the desert, as well as the mystery of the body lying on the ground?
F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Points Earned: 1.0 21. 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 22. After Marion collapses to the bathroom floor, the camera leisurely pans over to a view of the newspaper with the money inside it. What is the intended purpose of this shot?
Points Earned: 1.0 23. 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?
C) The music emphasizes the static--and obsessive--qualities of the psychological conditions of the characters D) The music sounds remarkably similar to that of the classic Hollywood composers, such as Max Steiner Points Earned: 1.0

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