Film noir: Quiz

Question 1: Film noirs tend to revolve around heroes who are more flawed and morally questionable than the norm, often ________ of one sort or another.
Fall guyRedshirt (character)Albert B. FallTeapot Dome scandal

Question 2:
Which of the following titles did Touch of Evil have?
In Touch Weekly
Touch of Evil
Touched by an Angel
Touch Like Angel Of Death

Question 3:
Which of the following languages is spoken in The Third Man?

Question 4:
Which of the following titles did Film noir have?
Mr. Chevy Celebrity
Liviu's Dream
"Tar Pit"

Question 5: Similarly, while the private eye and the ________ are character types conventionally identified with noir, the majority of film noirs feature neither; so there is no character basis for genre designation as with the gangster film.
Theda BaraFemme fataleVampireGene Tierney

Question 6: ________'s Nick Danger has trod the same not-so-mean streets, both on radio and in comedy albums.
Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the PliersThe Firesign TheatreDear Friends (Firesign Theatre)Dear Friends Radio Program

Question 7:
When did Sin City make his debut?
Legends of the Dark Claw #1
"Dark Horse's Fifth Anniversary Special"
Simon Dark #1
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

Question 8: In a different vein, films began to appear that self-consciously acknowledged the conventions of classic film noir as historical ________ to be revived, rejected, or reimagined.
The TempestLiteratureSuperheroArchetype

Question 9: [b] The "Girl Hunt" ballet in Vincente Minnelli's ________ (1953) is a ten-minute distillation of—and play on—noir in dance.
Gigi (1958 film)Ziegfeld Follies (film)The Band WagonBrigadoon (film)

Question 10: Cronenberg's Crash (1996), an adaptation of the speculative novel by ________, has been described as a "film noir in bruise tones".
J. G. BallardConcrete IslandThe Atrocity ExhibitionThe Sound-Sweep

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