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Film and Great Train Robbery

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The 'reactive character' triggers a response and tells the audience how to view a scene? | True| | False|
What silent film grossed over 10 million during the years of 1910-1920? | Intolerance| Birth of a Nation| | Trip to the Moon| | It| The Great Train Robbery|

What year did "The Wizard of Oz" and "Gone with the Wind" open in theatres? | 1919| | 1939|
| 1929 | | 1949|
What date was "Birth of a Nation" released in theatres?
| 1912| | 1927|
| 1915| | 1916|
What is the term that refers to the movement of actors on a stage? | Movement|
| Objective|
| Blocking|
| Objective|
| Orientation|
| layout|
Who was known for doing the famous "Fan Dance"?
| Suzy Fan|
| Debbie Williams|
| Katherine Hepburn|
| Sally Rand|
| Billy Burke|

Which of the following slowed the mass production of the television in America? | Only three hours of viewing available|
| World War II military production|
| Japanese had a corner on the market|
| No demand for the television|
What is the term that refers to an equal balance of comedy and drama in a film? | Scale Factor|
| Sliding Rule|
| Balanced Formula|
| Titter Totter Effect|
What is the standard length of a reel of film?
 a.| 2-5 minutes|
 b.| 5-7 minutes|
 c.| 7-10 minutes|
 d.| 10-15 minutes|
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What is another term for upstaging an actor?
Top of Form
 a.| Downstaging|
 b.| Grabbing Attention|
 c.| Attention Seeking|
 d.| Pulling Focus|
 | Focused Attempt|

Which of the following events occured last in the history of American Theatre? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Silent Movies|
| Burlesque|
| Vaudeville|
| Follies|
What is considered "Prime Time" viewing hours on TV, also known as the "Family Hour"? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| 3-5 p.m.|
| 4-6 p.m.|
| 5-7 p.m.|
| 6-8 p.m.|
| 7-9 p.m.|
What do we label it when the central character states his feelings for another character? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Declaration|
| Reveal|
| Pivotal|
| Decision|
When a director performs a 'director's cheat' he is making a decision to ignore a rule or reality, in order to tell his story? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| True|
| False|

What year was television invented and introduced at the New York World's Fair? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| 1919|
| 1929|
| 1939|
| 1949|
| 1959|
| 1969|
| 1909|
| 1899|
What is a technical term used to describe a camera that moves towards an object while adjusitng focus? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Pushing the camera|
| Pulling focus|
| Focusing in|
| Focusing out|
| Pulling the camera|
What Paris director pioneered special effects and fantasy films in 1902? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Vincent Van Gogh|
| Edwin Porter|
 | Robert W. Paul|
 | Georges Melies|
What is the term used to refer to a light hearted moment or phrase used to lift an audiecne to laughter? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Comic Relief|
| Humor|
| Comical moment|
| Laugh Track|
A "wrangler" is an individual or company that cares for animals and insects on a movie set? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| True|
| False|
Silent Era of Filmmaking?
Top of Form
| 1895-1927|
| 1927-1940's|
| 1930's|
| 1920's|
| 1940's|
Where was "The Great Train Robbery" filmed?
Top of Form
| On a train|
| New York|
| In the Studio|
| Hollywood|
| New Jersey|
| Colorado|
| West|
A _____ shot will depict an object and then show the camera moving towards that object? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Insert|
| Cheat|
| Reverse|
| Transisition|
| Dolly|

The titter-totter effect is an example of balancing moments within a comedy or drama? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| True|
| False|
Where could one go to see a movie in 1899?
Top of Form
| Storefront spaces|
| Vaudeville programs|
| Burlesque Houses|
| Broadway Theatres|
| Traveling Exhibitors|
| Las Vegas Show Palaces|
What did Robert W. Paul invent?
Top of Form
| Film Editing machine|
| Film Splicing Machine|
| Film Projector|
| Film|
| Film Clap Board|
What decade is considered the "Golden Era of Radio"?
Top of Form
| 1900's|
| 1910's|
| 1920's|
| 1930's|
| 1940's|
| 1950's|
| 1960's|

A ____ cut normally advances the story but reveals a continuity mistake? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Jump|
| Dutch|
| Reverse|
| Editor's|
| Transition|
What is the term used for an error in chronlogy?
Top of Form
| Numerical|
| Historical|
| Geographical|
| Continuity|
| Anachronism|
A term that refers to moving actors from place to place in a story? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Transfers|
| Transitions|
| Submetting|
| Shoe Leather|
What stage of the production process allows for the actual shooting of the picture? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Post Production|
 b.| Production|
 c.| Pre-Production|
 d.| Shooting Schedule|

What decade is considered the "Golden Era of Television"?
Top of Form
 a.| 1900's|
 b.| 1910's|
 c.| 1920's|
 d.| 1930's|
 e.| 1940's|
 f.| 1950's|
 g.| 1960's|
 h.| 1970's|
The "Long Lens" will bring into focus objects up close and blur objects in the background? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| True|
 b.| False|
Which of the following filming technique is used to show the passage of time? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Montage|
 b.| Dutching|
 c.| Dissolves|
 d.| Transitions|
What is the term used to refer to merchandise placement in a film? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Merchandise Visability|
 b.| Advertisement|
 c.| Marketing|
 d.| Product Placement|

What is 'Magic Hour'?
Top of Form
 a.| Additional filming time not previously known|
 b.| 20 minutes after sunset|
 c.| 20 minutes before sunrise|
 d.| Shooting time frame|
 e.| Midnight to 1 a.m.|
 f.| Noon to 1 p.m.|
What type of shot is depicted an image that frames from the waist up? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Close-up Shot|
 b.| Medium Shot|
 c.| Long Shot|
 d.| Overhead Shot|
 e.| Reverse Shot|
1885-1887 is considered the "Birth of Cinematography"?
Top of Form
 a.| True|
 b.| False|
The Production Code Administration censoring board was also known as the ____ Office? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Censorship|
 b.| Peterson|
 c.| Hayes|
 d.| Gaurdian|
 e.| Censor|

How many movie houses where in America in 1908?
Top of Form
| 2,000|
| 4,000|
| 6,000|
| 8,000|
| 10,000|
What stage of the production process is the cast hired and the filming locations selected? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Production|
| Post-Production|
| Shooting Schedule|
| Scouting Schedule|
| Pre-Production|
What stage of the production process is the movie sent to market? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Production|
| Post-Production|
| Pre-Production|
| Shooting Schedule|
| Marketing and Advertising Process|
| Printing Process|

Who pioneered the following techniques; jump cut, deep focus and facial close-ups? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Douglas Fairbanks|
| Edwin Paul|
| D.W. Griffith|
| Dave Eyman|
| Charlie Chaplin|
What are the three "D's" of comedy?
Top of Form
 a.| Desire|
 b.| Deception|
 c.| Discovery|
 d.| Dedication|
 e.| Death|
 f.| Depression|
 g.| Disillusion|
 h.| Dedication|
Which of the following techniques were introduced by the "I Love Lucy" television show? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Three Camera Technique|
 b.| Live Audience|
 c.| Editing in Camera|
 d.| Filmed the sitcom|
 e.| Added a laugh track|
Which of the following events occured second in the history of American Theatre? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Vaudeville|
 b.| Follies|
 c.| Silent Pictures|
 d.| Burlesque|

What was the name of the first movie theatres in America?
Top of Form
 a.| Tri-plex|
 b.| Paramount Theatres|
 c.| Nickelodeons|
 d.| Vitaphone|
 e.| RKO Theatres|
 f.| AMC Theatres|
 g.| Radio City Music Hall|
What is the name of the first talking motion picture, which debuted in 1927? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Sunshine Way|
 b.| Paper Moon|
 c.| Broadway Melody|
 d.| Hollywood Revue|
 e.| Jazz Singer|
What was the name of the first talking picture?
Top of Form
 a.| The Jazz Singer|
 b.| Singin' In The Rain|
 c.| Melody of Broadway|
 d.| The Wizard of Oz|
 e.| Broadway Melody|

The name of a moving camera shot usually achieved with a camera mounted on a dolly which is in turn mounted on a track? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Dolly Shot|
 b.| Tracking Dolly Shot|
 c.| Transported Shot|
 d.| Time Lapse Shot|
 e.| Treatment Shot|
What is the term used for filming a scene during the day and adjusting the image to make it appear like it was filmed at night? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Night for Day|
 b.| Manipulated Exposure|
 c.| Focus Exposure|
 d.| Daylight shoot|
 e.| Day for Night|
 f.| Nightight shoot|
What year were talking pictures introduced?
Top of Form
 a.| 1924|
 b.| 1925|
 c.| 1926|
 d.| 1927|
 e.| 1928|
 f.| 1930|
 g.| 1929|
 h.| 1931|

What year was television invented and introduced at the New York's World Fair? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| 1909|
 b.| 1919|
 c.| 1929|
 d.| 1939|
 e.| 1949|
 f.| 1959|
Which of the following events occured first in the history of American Theatre? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| Follies|
 b.| Vaudeville|
 c.| Burlesque|
An 'Establishing Shot' tells the audience where the action is taking place? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| True|
 b.| False|
Which is the most precise description of the traditional role of the director of a film? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
 a.| director is responsible for all decisions other than budget|  b.| director has authority over "final cut"|
 c.| director coordinates the three stages of production|  d.| director's job is to work with the actors|
 e.| director is the person in charge on the set|

What is the acronym for the Director of Photography?
Top of Form
| PD|
 | DP|
| PH|
| DPH|
What is another name for the Production Code Administration Office? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Hayes Office|
| Censor Board|
| Censor Office|
What is the name for film footage that was borrowed from a previous source and used in the current picture? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| Recycled Film Footage|
| Re-Issued Material|
| Stock Footage|
| Archived Film Footage|
What are two integrated musical components in a movie musical? -------------------------------------------------
Top of Form
| No vocal dubs|
| Technicaolor was incorporated|
| Lyrics enhance the storyline|
| Sing-in-situation|
| Camera Moves|
| Sing-to-playback|

Who was the number one box office draw in the 1930's?
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| Shirley Temple|
| Charlie Chaplin|
| Humphrey Bogart|
| Katherine Hepburn|
| Douglas Fairbanks|
| Al Jolson|

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