Are Those Odor Eaters Or Are You Just Glad To See Me?; Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, April 2017 Edition, Vol. 46%

Are Those Odor Eaters Or Are You Just Glad To See Me?; Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, April 2017 Edition, Vol. 46%

    Being that films are occasionally regarded as “motion” pictures, it seems reasonable that in bringing a beloved monthly institution to realization, one might avail one’s self to use materials which portray those occasions when the static camera comes alive and follows the pseudo-sapien subject (actor, in layman’s parlance) in the act of physical exertion. (and we aren’t even referencing the redoubtable, highly persecuted [ Just Ask Her!] and honorifically overindulged [Just Ask CSR!] La Diva Streep, who might be tormented by circumstances which would demand of her to actually lift the champagne flute to her own pampered maw.) In this instance we are talking about the activity of running… or the foot chase… or the hot-footed pursuit… or the… well, you get the idea. And with this noble purpose in mind, we proudly introduce this month’s edition of America’s most challenging waste of time, the monthly Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you be the folks who make and distribute SKITTLES, America’s most beloved breakfast appetizer. In this edition, we focus on running in films, either in an individually memorable sequence or as a contributory basis of a major thematic element. The following twelve pictures each feature a scene from a film in which the act of putting one foot in front of the other at an accelerated pace is either in effect, implied or has or will be acted upon. (You think it’s easy coming up with this twisted nonsense?) The first to identify all twelve films from which the images were surgically (and painfully, truth be told) removed will received that most valued yet disposable (irony, ain’t it a hoot?) of prizes, the CSR Culture Shock Award. Good luck.














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3 Responses to Are Those Odor Eaters Or Are You Just Glad To See Me?; Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, April 2017 Edition, Vol. 46%

  1. beetleypete says:

    Here we go again. In reverse order…
    12) The Third Man
    11) Von Ryan’s Express
    10) Naked Prey
    9) Logan’s Run
    8) Marathon Man
    7) Walk Don’t Run
    6) The Dirty Dozen
    5) Run Of The Arrow
    4) French Connection 2
    3) Run Lola Run
    2) Invasion of The Body Snatchers
    1) It’s Mariel Hemingway, but I don’t know the film

    So, 11/12? Might be my best try yet.

    best wishes, Pete.

    • Alex Good says:

      1) is Personal Best. If the rest of your list is right you should claim the CSR. Unless the prize is CASH MONEY, in which case I want a 1/12 cut.

      • beetleypete says:

        I think the results are in ‘retired puzzles’, above. There doesn’t seem to be a solution for this one posted though. I really wish he would just post the answers the following week. I get frustrated by that, and I have told him! Thanks for the answer to number one. 🙂
        Best wishes, Pete.

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