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Bedazzled (1967 film): Quiz

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Question 1: Spiggott leaves and threatens revenge on ________ by unleashing all the tawdry and shallow technological curses of the modern age:
GodPantheismTheologyNontheism

Question 2: In its home market, the UK, where Cook and Moore were already a very popular and well known comedy ________, the film did comparatively poorly in financial terms on its release.
Double actRowan & Martin's Laugh-InRik MayallDeadpan

Question 3: The film found greater commercial success in Europe, particularly in ________ where it became a major hit on its release.
SicilyFranceRomeItaly

Question 4: Roger Ebert, in a review written early in his career, compared the film's humor to that of ________.
Ernie KovacsArthur GodfreyBob Elliott (comedian)Bob and Ray

Question 5: Bedazzled is a 1967 film written by and starring Peter Cook and ________, retelling the Faust legend in the Swinging London of the 1960s.
Robin WilliamsDudley MoorePaul HoganMichael Caine

Question 6: Likely a parody of the British Psychedelia movement and artists like ________.
Pink FloydRichard Wright (musician)Syd BarrettDavid Gilmour

Question 7: Despairing of his unrequited infatuation, he is in the process of an incompetent ________ attempt, when he is interrupted by the Devil himself, incarnated as George Spiggott (Cook).
SuicideCremationEuthanasiaDeath and culture

Question 8: On the other hand, ________ of The New York Times called it a "pretentiously metaphorical picture" which becomes "awfully precious and monotonous and eventually ...
Citizen KaneVirginiaPauline KaelBosley Crowther







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