Who Was That Masked Man (and/or) Lady?: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, October 2016 Edition, Vol. 00/00
With the arrival of the traditional time of year for the emergence of chain rattling ghosts of the past, evil goblins, hideous unnatural demons and hordes of masquerading moochers running from door to door with their little entitled hands out (yes, kiddies, it’s election time), we proudly present the latest edition of America’s favorite favorite brain scrambler (excluding, of course, those scandalously cheating crosswords printed daily in Pravda West [along with the rest of “All the News That’s Fit to Prevaricate”]) the monthly Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you this and every month by those good folks engaged in the interstate smuggling (thanks to Obama Executive Order 4331-C, which prohibits the selling or distribution of any product which brings fun or enjoyment to a “lazy” American population whose time is better off sitting and reflecting over historic wrongs the White House deems appropriately unpardonable) of SKITTLES, America’s favorite non-prescription placebo substitute. In this edition, we celebrate that which disguises the features and deters detection of a person’s true identity. No, not the Clinton Dirty Tricks Machine, but the simple but effective mask. The following twelve movie images each features a character donning the charming facial appliance. Your task: to identify the films from which all dozen images originate and demonstrate the fortitude to inform us of your deductions. The first reader to correctly identify all twelve films will become the proud and envied recipient of the legendary CSR Culture Shock Award. Good luck.