Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Yes. Not only does it stay open, but it is remodelled and is even better than ever. The discovery of the lost shrine renews interest in the museum and they can afford to make it like new. There are lots of interactive exhibits for the kids to play with.
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|Where do George and the man in the yellow hat see the teacher and her students right before they fly away with the balloons?||"Curious George" (2006)
The Zoo. This is right after they wake up from sleeping in the park all night. George wakes up first and finds the kids, then the man in the yellow hat follows. He talks with the teacher for a few minutes, and then realizes that George has disappeared and goes after him. They both fly away on a bunch of balloons.
|What game does George play with the man in the yellow hat that makes him follow the man home to the city?||"Curious George" (2006)
Peek-a-Boo. This happens the first time while they are in the jungle, then a few more times throughout the movie. George really loves this game and he's so cute playing it.
|The salesmen at the store, where the man in the yellow hat buys his clothes for the trip, tells him that "yellow is the new..." what?||"Curious George" (2006)
Khaki. This happens right before the man in the yellow hat goes to the jungle. The salesmen are really just trying to unload extra merchandise on him. They are on the phone asking how they are supposed to get rid of the yellow clothes just before he comes in the store.
|What is the name of the object that the man in the yellow hat goes into the jungle to find, in order to save the museum?||"Curious George" (2006)
The Lost Shrine of Zagawa. This is mentioned over and over throughout the movie, it is even on signs and billboards everywhere after the man in the yellow hat returns from the jungle. The museum owner is very excited about this because he almost went in search of this himself, when he was a young man.
A Parking Garage. Jr. tells this to the man in the yellow hat when they are in the museum's office discussing the closing of the museum. Jr. says that the kids can still learn, by counting cars.
Ted. His boss is the first to call him by his name, when he is about to tell him that the museum is closing. This happens right after the scene with the kids and Ms. Dunlop at the beginning of the movie. He is also called this by some of the other characters throughout the movie.
Fire. The man in the yellow hat goes into a description of the things that the discovery of fire led to, and the kids get really bored. He is disappointed that the kids don't seem to care, since they run off for "lunch time". It is here that we get a glimpse of the attraction between him and the teacher (voiced by Drew Barrymore).
|What do the students who are visiting the museum think is the thing that made Og and Grog's (the cavemen) lives easier? ||"Curious George" (2006)
All of These (Internet, Video Game, Peanut Butter). This scene is at the very beginning of the movie. The kids are on their weekly field trip, and the man in the yellow hat (voiced by Will Ferrell) is actually asking a hypothetical question.
Dunlop. You could hear a little girl say it to Maggie, an elementary school teacher, who took her class to the Museum every Thursday. "Ms. Dunlop, why do we have to come to this boring museum every single week?" Maggie liked Ted and they ended up dating at the end. Maggie was voiced by Drew Barrymore.
Jack Johnson. He sang songs such as "Upside Down" at the beginning of the movie. "Broken" was sung when Ted had George taken away by animal control. "Talk of the Town" was playing when Ted got on the boat to get back to New York at the beginning, and then "People Watching" when George and Ted got off the boat in New York. On its first week out, the soundtrack for this film reached number one on Billboard's 100 Chart.
|What color was the chair that Ted sat in when Junior heard the devastatingly, crushing truth?||Curious George
Red. After Ted was kicked out of his apartment, he went to the Bloomsberry Museum, forgetting that the news team had come to interview him about the idol. He hid in a room of the Museum to think over some stuff. He sat in a red chair talking to himself about the fact that the shrine was three inches tall, and that this was devastatingly crushing. Junior heard him from another room and listened in. He then knew that the idol was puny. Junior was voiced by the Emmy-winning actor David Cross.
|What color paint was in the can that George dropped in Mrs. Plushbottom's tub?||Curious George
Red. George heard Ted call "Monkey!" because he wanted George to get away from the tub. Then he dropped the paint can in her tub to go see Ted. When Mrs. Plushbottom took her cucumbers off there was a big commotion. Ivan, the apartment manager came in and chased them out of the building.
|What colors made up the kite that Ted had when he was getting George down from the balloons?||Curious George
Yellow and White. George flew away with a big bunch of balloons, because of a breeze and Ted went to save him by getting some more balloons so he could float too. He tried to catch up to George by taking a kid's kite so the wind would blow it and he would go faster. The kite had yellow and white stripes with a red tail. Ted was voiced by the Emmy nominated Will Ferrell.
|What was the ship called that Ted rode on to get to Zagawa?||Curious George
H.A. Rey. Ted went to Zagawa so he could find the lost shrine of Zagawa and save the Bloomsberry Museum from closing down. He went on a boat named H.A. Rey. You could see the boat's name when he was saying "Thank you, thank you very much! I look like an idiot!" The boat was actually named after the author of the book series.