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"In this quiz, you will be asked to answer questions about ten of Alfred Hitchcock's movies. The twist is that each movie title is given in fractured form, so you will first have to identify the movie and then answer the question. Have fun!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
"Far Tick Hoe" (1958 - one word) was set in San Francisco. Who was NOT in the cast?
Barbara Bel Geddes
What was the name of the character who ran a motel in "Sigh Cow"? (1960 - one word)
(Two Words, or just surname (The surname is the name of the motel, too.))
How did Hitch make his cameo appearance in "Lie Fib Oat"? (1944 - one word.)
Walking a dog
Getting out of a taxi
Reading a newspaper
In a newspaper advertisement
The hero of "Weir Fin Dough" (1954 - two words) was incapacitated. What was wrong with him?
His leg was broken.
His nerves were shattered.
He had pneumonia.
He was blind.
In "Sad Boat Tour" (1942 - one word), the hero has to go on the run and try to prove his innocence by catching the villain who really sabotaged the aircraft factory. Who played the wrongly accused Barry Kane?
Several classic Hitchcock moments occur in " Nor Thumb Buy Nor the Vest" (1959 - three words). Which of the following is NOT one of them?
A drunken hero protesting that he had not been drinking
A fight on Mount Rushmore
A fight atop the Statue of Liberty
A chase involving a crop-dusting aircraft
Joel McCrea starred in "Four End Cornice Pundit" (1940 - two words). In what city was the film set?
Which member of the cast of "Tub Herds" (1963 - two words) won a Golden Globe award for her performance in that movie?
"Strain Jar Sonnet Rain" (1951 - four words) starred Robert Walker and Farley Granger. What sport did Granger's character play?
The characters played by Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright in "Chad Hoe Huff Head Out" (1943 - four words) shared the same first name. What was it?
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