Cool and Refreshing: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Special 4th of July 2018 Edition, Vol. 1776
With the current East Coast heatwave setting record temperatures exceeding those of the last time we had a warm day (it’s not really global warming, it’s called Summer… get a calendar), it seems a opportune time for a bit of relief for those in the Great Undeveloped Northeast who have yet to understand the concept of installing air conditioning in buildings (“But Summer is only a few months of the year”, say they. The logical response being, “So is Winter, so why have heat?”), but instead retreat to beach areas where the sand is only likely to magnify the temperature tenfold. (MIT grads, all.): So, for those sweltering in the holiday heat (awaiting the inevitable pseudo-arson fires that are bound to checker the local neighborhoods throughout the night due to injudicious usage of homemade bottle rockets in the living room, in celebration of yet another American holiday that has been vulgarized to resemble little more than car sales and yet another occasion to perform a perplexing Russian musical composition as the unofficial overture for what is undoubtedly our most significant American holiday), we present a brief, cool and refreshing respite from the sun with a very special edition of the Founding Father’s favorite pastime (though such a addictive distraction, they deliberately excluded all mention of it in the Declaration of Independence), the Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you today by the makers of SKITTLES, America’s most patriotic breakfast candy. In this edition we celebrate the cooling effect of complete immersion in liquid in the cinema. Your task is to view the following sixteen images and to identify the movies from which they have been sourced. The first to successfully do so will receive that obvious replacement for the Order of Lenin, the CSR Culture Shock Award. Good luck.