“Get Off Our Land, White Man” (The Rest of You Too): Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, November 2016 Edition, Vol. 1620
This year, the season of Thanksgiving finds greater than normal reasons to give thanks, not the least of which is that the American public can finally breathe a sigh of relief for the end of the seemingly eternal intrusion of a handful of disgracefully unqualified egos foisting their rank ambitions upon us in the longest and most abrasive job interview in history. (Surely, if there were any excuse for contributing to the number of permanently unemployed it would be the inclusion of this handful of moral and intellectual retrobates.) Certainly, if the Native American participants of the first Thanksgiving had known what was in store for future generations, they might have acted with greater foresight than a sharing of nuts and berries, and instead could have started a dandy collection of decorous but oily scalps from future Democrats and Republicans. So, in deference to the short-sighted visionaries known more intimately by the staff of CSR as cousins Lithe Fawn and Howling Bear With Impacted Molar, we present this month’s edition of the Colonies’ favorite monthly holistic prescription for acute nausea, the Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you this month by those medicine men who bring us SKITTLES, America’s favorite Breakfast energy booster. In this edition, we celebrate Hollywood’s portrayal of the Native American throughout the years, and occasionally (purely by casting oversight, you understand) played by actual Native Americans. The following twelve images all depict a movie scene featuring an American Injun in all of their wincing, snarling or contemplative glory. Your task, is to circle the wagons, hide the women folk and correctly identify the films from which all twelve images were derived. The first to hit all twelve on the proverbial noggin will receive the coveted CSR Culture Shock Award, redeemable for a fistful of wampum or an island suitable for a New York borough. Good luck.