1982 Buzo Christmas Carol
Quiz 1
As of: 9:95 p.m. E.S.T., Tuesday, March 28, 2017

1. An instrumental version of which song is heard as background music, before the opening credits of this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"
"O, Come, All Ye Faithful!"
"Deck the Halls"
"Holly, Jolly Christmas!"

2. Who is the only person credited in the opening credits of this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Alexander Buzo
Charles Dickens
Phillip Hinton
Phyllis Diller

3. What does someone steal, from where, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
apples, from a horse-drawn cart
bread, from a bakery
cheese, from a delicatessen
This is a trick question; no one steals anything, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

4. Where was this film first released?
Australia
Britain
Canada
New Zealand

5. What song does a beggar sing, as Scrooge walks down the street to his office, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
"O, Come, All Ye Faithful!"
"Blue Christmas"
"White Christmas"
"We Three Kings"

6. Which of the following things are unusual about this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
It's silent.
The actors are not credited with specific roles in any of the in-film credits.
both of the above
none of the above

7. When does Jacob Marley's ghost tell Scrooge that the other three spirits will visit him, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He tells Scrooge to expect the first "tomorrow, when the bell tolls one," but he doesn't say when the others will come.
the first at one-o'-clock; the second, the following night, at one-o'-clock; and the third, the third night, at a time of the third spirit's choosing
the first "tomorrow"; the second, the following night; and the third, the third night
This is a trick question; Jacob Marley's ghost is the only spirit who visits Scrooge, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

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 home.
No. He sees his door knocker, but it looks the same as always.
This is a trick question; the door to Scrooge's house is never shown from the outside, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

9. Which of the following descriptions best describes the Spirit of Christmas Past, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He looks like a blonde boy in a white toga.
He looks like the Grim Reaper.
He looks like Santa Claus.
This is a trick question; Jacob Marley is the only ghost to appear, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

10. Which of the following descriptions best describes the Spirit of Christmas Present, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He looks like a blonde boy in a white toga.
He looks like the Grim Reaper.
He looks like Santa Claus.
This is a trick question; Jacob Marley is the only ghost to appear, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

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