Welcome back to America’s favorite waste of time and space (that’s SCIENCE 101, baby), the CLASSIC FILM IMAGES QUIZ, brought to you by those wonderful folks who foil the Surgeon General’s Recommended Nutritional Daily Requirements by consuming massive quantities of SKITTLES, the All-American Breakfast Candy. It’s the middle of the Summer Vacation, the time when our nation’s dedicated educators are desperately seeking political sanctuary in any moderately friendly nation with indoor plumbing who will grant asylum from those monstrous hordes of feral, vacuous, obscenely ill-mannered and self-serving thugs that we call school age children. Yes, it’s time for teachers to fly the coop and to hope that over the Summer the numbers of the returning numbers of sixth graders will be diminished by natural occurrences (fortunate meteor showers), spontaneous combustion possible among Satan’s offspring than you’d think) or violations of their parole conditions. So, in the spirit of celebrating that most noble of professions (no, not film critic but you may leave your gift baskets at the door nonetheless), the humble teacher, or so the bullying union pamphlets declare in immense block letters (so you know they mean business), we dedicate this even more humble (and equally simple) edition of our monthly brainteaser. Depicted in the following sixteen photos are scenes from films which choose (for no particular reason) to have as their subject teachers and education in some form. Your job is to correctly identify all sixteen. That’s all. No hidden exams or extracurricular credits given. Being that this quiz is celebrating modern educational standards, the first six (consistent with the number of years it takes the average reader of Chandler Swain Reviews to finish high school, according to a recent WordPress actuarial) correct entrants who complete the task will be awarded the coveted (and slightly radioactive- sorry, we had a slight mishap in the School Cafeteria) CSR Culture Shock Award, seldom given, always pawnable. Good luck.

#01:aaug3#02:aaug1#03:aaug2#04:aaug15#05:Bette Davis and John Dall in The Corn is Green#06:aaug14#07:aaug5#08:aaug4#09:aaug11#10:aaug13#11:aaug9#12:aaug10#13:aaug7#14:aaug12#15:augg16#16:aaug17

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I've been a puppet, a pirate, a pauper, a poet, a pawn and a king, not necessarily in that order. My first major movie memory was being at the drive-in at about 1 1/2 yrs. old seeing "Sayonara" so I suppose an interest in film was inevitable. (For those scoring at home- good for you- I wasn't driving that evening, so no need to alert authorities.)Writer, critic and confessed spoiler of women, as I have a tendency to forget to put them back in the refrigerator. My apologies.
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