Have I Got A Girl For You: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Dec. 2021 Edition, Vol. 35mm

lite19Have I  Got A Girl For You: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Dec. 2021 Edition, Vol. 35mm

   ‘Tis the season for gift giving and avaricious wishful thinking and while the members of the militant pseudo-feminist movement (“Declare your independence, then look for the nearest convenient sugardaddy-  the Gloria Steinem way!”) may frown upon any attention given to the fairer sex (Yours truly being one of those who subscribe to now derisively regarded traditions of rampantly sexist attitudes which recognize the obvious and significant difference in gender identification between an NFL fullback and a delicate mademoiselle.) absent of a clarion call to extinguish the last shred of natural masculinity with the handiest pair of pruning shears, we present this month’s edition of America’s last remaining vestige of cultural consequence, the Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you, as always, by those wonderful folks dedicated to thelitegif making of SKITTLES, America’s favorite non-prescription erectile disfunction supplement. In this edition we feature that most coveted of Christmas stocking stuffers: the eternal seductress, Mother Earth and connoisseur of De Beers diamond baubles in all her glorious aspects-  the cinema woman. The following twenty five images feature women both celebrated and indelible in the cinema firmament. Your task is to identify all twenty five film from which these images are sourced. (Correctly if you please. We do not countenance mental freeloaders in the exalted offices of CSR.) The first to correctly identify all twenty five images will receive the coveted (and oddly feared by Russian oligarchs) CSR culture shock Award, guaranteed to act as a non-topical preventative against rickets and intrusive holiday visits from in-laws. Good luck.


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I've been a puppet, a pirate, a pauper, a poet, a pawn and a king, not necessarily in that order. My first major movie memory was being at the drive-in at about 1 1/2 yrs. old seeing "Sayonara" so I suppose an interest in film was inevitable. (For those scoring at home- good for you- I wasn't driving that evening, so no need to alert authorities.)Writer, critic and confessed spoiler of women, as I have a tendency to forget to put them back in the refrigerator. My apologies.
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1 Response to Have I Got A Girl For You: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Dec. 2021 Edition, Vol. 35mm

  1. beetleypete says:

    Got lots on this week, but I will try anyway.
    1) Some Came Running. (Anita!)
    2) Solaris.
    3) L’Eclisse. (Delon and Vitti! And Antonioni)
    4) Nope.
    5) Heaven’s Gate.
    6) The Night Heaven Fell. (Bardot!)
    7) The Innocent. (Visconti.)
    8) Thieves Like Us. (Altman.)
    9) Anne Of The Thousand Days. (Bujold.)
    10 ) The Fountainhead. (Neal.)
    11) Tonight And Every Night. (Rita!)
    12) Macbeth. (Francesca Annis.)
    13) The Millionairess. (Sophia!)
    14) 14 Hours. (Grace!)
    15) Nope. (Raquel, but I haven’t seen it.)
    16) Village Of The Damned. (Barbara!)
    17) La Piscine. (Romy!)
    18) Friday Foster. (I love Pam!)
    19) Nope. (It’s Claudia, but the title has escaped me.)
    20) My Darling Clementine. (Linda!)
    21) Mogambo. (Ava!)
    22) Thunderball. (Luciana!)
    23) Vice And Virtue. (The incomparable Deneuve!)
    24) The Mummy. (Yvonne!)
    25) Jet Pilot. (Janet!)

    So, three nopes, and a reasonably confident 22/25. Hope you have an enjoyable Christmas, old friend.
    Best wishes, Ebenezer Scrooge.

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