1982 Buzo Christmas Carol
Quiz 4
As of: 1:00 a.m. E.S.T., Wednesday, March 29, 2017

1. What time is it, when Scrooge wakes up, in the middle of the night, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
one-o'-clock
two-o'-clock
three-o'-clock
midnight

2. What indicates what time it is, when Scrooge wakes up, in the middle of the night, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
his pocket watch
the tolling of a bell
both of the above
none of the above

3. Which of the following characters does Scrooge see, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Ali Baba
Sinbad the Sailor
Robinson Crusoe
King Arthur

4. Which of the following instruments is played in the street, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
an accordion
an organ (of the organ-grinder variety)
a flute
a fiddle

5. Which of the following instruments is played at Mr. Fezziwig's Christmas Ball, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
an accordion
a pipe organ
a harp
a fiddle

6. How many daughters does Mr. Fezziwig appear to have at his Christmas Ball, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
none
one
two
three

7. How old does Scrooge claim he was, when his fiancee broke off their engagement to be married, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
twenty
twenty-five
thirty
This is a trick question; there is never any indication that Scrooge ever had a fiancee, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

8. What does Scrooge say his fiancee's name was, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Adele
Belle
Candace
This is a trick question; there is never any indication that Scrooge ever had a fiancee, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

9. How many children does Bob appear to have, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
one: Tiny Tim
two: Tiny Tim and Martha
three: Tiny Tim, Peter, and Martha
four: two boys and two girls

10. Bob says Peter will make "five and sixpence a week," in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol. What does he probably mean, and why?
five Pounds, Sixpence, because that's what new apprentices made in London, in the 1840's.
somewhere between five Pence and six Pence per week, depending on commission, since experienced children made four Pence per day, in London, in the 1840's
five Shillings, Sixpence, since his father, an experienced clerk, only makes fifteen Shillings per week
This is a trick question; no one named Peter is ever seen or mentioned, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

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