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Sailing Through "Now Voyager"
"One of my favorite Bette Davis films, about a depressed spinster who finds herself and love with the help of a psychiatrist. "
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Charlotte Vale, a repressed spinster, is an abused woman. Who is her abuser?
Her abuser is her lover, Elliot.
Her abuser is her doctor.
She is never abused.
Her abuser is her mother.
While touring the house with Charlotte, the doctor admires items that Charlotte has in her room. These are examples of her hobby. What is Charlotte's hobby?
Charlotte carves ivory on boxes.
Charlotte restores old furniture.
Charlotte makes lace shawls and doilies.
Charlotte makes her own gold jewelry.
Charlotte greets another guest, whose cruelty drives Charlotte into a
break down. Which guest does this?
Her niece, June
Her ex-lover, Elliot
Her friend, Dora
Charlotte is sent to a sanitarium and meets someone who helps her alleviate her depression. Who helps her do this?
The psychiatrist, Dr. Jaquith
Her nurse, Miss Trask
Her sister-in-law, Lisa
Her friend, Meg
Before Charlotte is discharged from the sanitarium, Dr. Jaquith shares some lines from a poem. Part of the poem includes: "Now voyager, sail thou forth to seek and find." Who is the author of these lines?
On the cruise, Charlotte meets someone who will change her life completely. Whom does she meet?
She meets a gigolo.
She meets Jeremiah Duveaux Durrance.
She meets her ex-lover.
She meets a divorced man.
Charlotte begins a serious friendship with another passenger. Upon arriving at the cruise's destination, she points out a famous work of art to him. Which work of art does she point out to him?
The Christ of the Andes
The Spanish Steps
The Leaning Tower of Pisa
When Charlotte returns home, her family is shocked. Why?
Charlotte is beautiful, charming and assertive.
Charlotte is giving her money to Jerry.
Charlotte refuses to live with her mother any longer.
Charlotte decides to find a job.outside of Boston.
Charlotte reacts badly to her mother's death and returns to the sanitarium. While there, she meets and befriends a fellow patient. Who is this patient?
The patient is Charlotte's neighbor.
The patient is Jerry's daughter.
The patient is Charlotte's friend.
The patient is a stranger.
Jerry asks Charlotte if he may visit and remain friends with her while Tina is there. What is her famous response?
"Let's not ask for the moon. We have the stars".
"Someday is here now".
"Que sera, sera".
"Let's share a cigarette on it".
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