“Bend Over and Cough”: CLASSIC FILM IMAGES QUIZ, July, 2015 Edition, Vol. RX VII
Greetings and salutations, to all Obamacare insured and all other ships adrift at sea, and welcome to another unnecessary edition of that most irritating regularly scheduled event outside of your yearly IRS audit (listen, we told you that those twelve pay-per-view screenings of “Ingrid’s Magical Weekend” at the Duluth Holiday Inn weren’t a legitimate business deduction), the monthly Classic Film Images Quiz; this edition brought to you by SKITTLES, America’s favorite breakfast candy, and now America’s most healthy and nutritious source of vitamins according to the guidelines released by Michelle-O-Bullycare. (Kale popsicles, indeed!) In this edition we feature those humble and selfless persons who serve humanity (no, not the staff of Chandler Swain Reviews, but thanks for thinking of us): those in the medical profession. (OK, stop your laughing, we could have said lawyers.) The following twelve images are from scenes in films either directly about the health industry or about doctors in general. Your assignment (yes, here’s where you come in) is to identify all twelve films from which the scenes are taken. Partial responses will be met with swift and severe malpractice suits. (Just kidding.) Anyway, the first three (it’s an easy one this week, in homage to the current Secretary of State who is also rather simple) to correctly identify all twelve films and don’t leave forceps or a sponge in the patient will receive the coveted and revered CSR Culture Shock Award, suitable for framing and 10% off in the notions department at your local F. W. Woolworth Co. retail store. Good luck.