1910 Christmas Carol
Quiz 1
As of: 12:25 p.m. E.S.T., Saturday, March 25, 2017

1. Who is with Ebenezer when he dies?
an unnamed woman
Fred
Bob
Tiny Tim

2. What does the inscription on Scrooge's tombstone say, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Requiescat In Pace Ebenezer Scrooge
Ebenezer Scrooge
Sir Ebenezer Scrooge, Commodore, Royal British Navy
Ebenezer Scrooge lived and died without a friend.

3. What is unusual about all the songs heard in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
They are all background music.
They are all instrumental, with no vocals.
both of the above
This is a trick question; this film is silent, so it doesn't have a sound track.

4. Who visits Scrooge's office first, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
three men from the Charity Relief Committee
two men from the Charity Relief Committee
two portly gentlemen, asking for a charitable donation
Fred

5. After Scrooge shows his first visitor(s) the door, who visits him next, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
three men from the Charity Relief Committee
two men from the Charity Relief Committee
two portly gentlemen, asking for a charitable donation
Fred

6. Who accompanies Fred to visit Scrooge, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
no one
his wife
another man
another man, and two women

7. Does Ebenezer leave Bob to lock up his office by himself, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Yes, he does.
No, he sends Bob home, then locks up his office by himself.
No, he sends Bob home, then spends the night alone, in his office.
No, both he and Bob spend the entire night in his office.

8. Does Scrooge see Marley's face in his door knocker, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Yes, he does.
No, because he stays in his office, and never goes outside.
No. He sees his door knocker, but it looks the same as always.
This is a trick question; the door to Scrooge's house doesn't have a door knocker, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

9. What indication is there that Marley is a ghost, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He's translucent.
He looks like a skeleton in clothes.
both of the above
This is a trick question; Jacob Marley is not dead, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

10. After Marley departs, who visits Scrooge, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
the Ghost of Christmas Past
the Ghost of Christmas
the Ghost of Christmas Present
the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

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