Associated Artists Productions: Quiz

Question 1: 11 a.a.p.-owned cartoons were pulled from circulation by UA in 1968, at the height of the ________.
Rosa ParksCivil rights movementMartin Luther King, Jr.African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)

Question 2: ________
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film)Coal Black and de Sebben DwarfsSnow White (1933 film)Snow White (1995 film)

Question 3: Every color ________/Merrie Melodies cartoon released prior to August 1, 1948
Bugs BunnyWhat's New, Scooby-Doo?Looney TunesWarner Bros. Cartoons

Question 4: purchased the pre-1950[1] ________ film library which included every feature film and most short subjects the studio released prior to 1950.
Turner EntertainmentWarner Bros. AnimationWarner Bros.Warner Bros. Television

Question 5: These cartoons were "banned" because they featured ________ stereotypes that permeated the cartoons so much that UA felt no amount of selective editing would ever make these cartoons acceptable for distribution.
African American cultureGreat Migration (African American)African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)African American

Question 6: Turner Entertainment took over the library in 1986 after ________'s short-lived acquisition of MGM/UA.
Joe TorreEddie MathewsTed TurnerBobby Cox

Question 7: ________
List of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoons (Fleischer Studios)Popeye the Sailor (1960s TV series)Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the SailorList of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoons (Famous Studios)

Question 8: In 1981, the library was incorporated into the merger of ________ and United Artists.
United ArtistsWarner Bros.Academy Award for Best PictureMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Question 9: All feature films produced and distributed by WB prior to 1950, including Casablanca and Rope (later reverted to director ________); not including two 1949 features merely released by WB
North by NorthwestAlfred HitchcockVertigo (film)Psycho (1960 film)

Question 10: The company was acquired by ________ in 1958 and absorbed into United Artists Television (UATV), although the distribution arm was first called United Artists Associated (but would be renamed United Artists Television Distribution in 1968).
Metro-Goldwyn-MayerWarner Bros.Academy Award for Best PictureUnited Artists

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