Without a Clue: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Aug. 2018 Edition, Vol. 52


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Classic Film Images Photo Quiz,  Aug. 2018 Edition, Vol. 52

    With the summer winding down, it seemed appropriate to publish a photo quiz that was (in our estimation, since we know the answers), a breeze, a snap, a veritable walk in the park. In fact, so elementary do we find this particular effort that we aren’t even going to tell you the theme of the quiz. You’re on your own Butch. And with that bit of altruismawithoutagif in mind we proudly present this month’s edition of America’s most plush and luxurious brain teaser, the Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you by the makers of SKITTLES, America’s favorite breakfast candy. Since we are inhibited by out stated indifference to assist there is little more to say (and certainly less than an average amount of time taken being our usual snarky selves) except that you should just take a peek at the following twelve images and identify them to win your very own CSR Culture Shock Award, so that you too might have cause to act imperious with general disdain toward humanity. Good luck.

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2 Responses to Without a Clue: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Aug. 2018 Edition, Vol. 52

  1. Alex Good says:

    To add to Pete’s work:
    2) Psycho
    4) Family Plot
    7) The Man Who Knew Too Much (first one)

  2. beetleypete says:

    Hmm, you reckon it’s easy? Let’s see. I’m guessing Hitchcock is the theme. As I am not much of a fan, I expect to do very badly.

    1) Topaz. (Another overrated Hitchcock film)
    2) Not a clue.
    3) Frenzy. (A better Hitchcock film)
    4) Not a clue. (I see why you called this Without A Clue Now)
    5) I would be guessing.
    6) Strangers On A Train. (Not certain)
    7) Nope.
    8) I should know this, but…
    9) Stage Fright. (Looks like Mayfair, in London, so that’s a clue)
    10) I give up.
    11) The Wrong Man.
    12) Dial M for Murder.

    A possible 6/12. Not bad, considering I don’t like 90% of his films.
    I thought it would be worse than that.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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