2004 Springtime With Roo Quiz 6
As of: 10:50 p.m. E.S.T., Thursday, April 27, 2017

1. What is different about the introduction and the opening scene of this story?
The introductory scene is live action; the story is animated.
The introductory scene is animated; the story is live action.
The introductory scene features Christopher Robin; the story shows only characters who are non-human animals.
This is a trick question; there is no significant difference between the introductory scene and the story, in this film.

2. By which of the following names does Tigger address Rabbit?
"General Long Ears, sir!"
"Ra-ra"
both of the above
none of the above

3. Tigger pulls a dreidel out of his bag, and says it's for another holiday; what holiday would that be?
Christmas
Thanksgiving
Columbus Day
Hanukkah

4. How does Eeyore say he feels at the beginning of "this" Easter Day?
"Positively tickled pink."
"Peaceful."
all of the above
This is a trick question; Eeyore never says how he feels, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

5. What does Rabbit say is "this year's theme" for Spring Cleaning Day?
"Polished pink!"
"Spic and span for spring!"
"Don't spare the soap!"
This is a trick question; Rabbit doesn't mention any themes, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol

6. Of what has Rabbit made a scale model?
of his home
of The Hundred Acre Wood
of the park where the Easter Egg Hunt is to take place
This is a trick question; there is no indication, in this film, that Rabbit ever made a scale model of anything.

7. How does Rabbit spell "room," apparently?
"room"
"ruum"
"rume"
"rhume"

8. Initially, what tasks does Rabbit give Tigger, Pooh, and Piglet, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
to dust and scrub
to sweep and mop
all of the above
none of the above

9. What does Rabbit say about soap, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
"We don't have any soap."
"Soap is expensive, so use it sparingly."
"Don't spare the soap!"
This is a trick question; no one mentions soap, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

10. What does Rabbit say about the floor, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
"On the floor, go with the grain."
"Clean the floor last, so you won't have to clean it again after you clean anything else."
"The floor doesn't need to be cleaned, because it's made of dirt."
This is a trick question; no one says anhything about any floors, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol

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