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Question 1: (1930), ________ (1930), Viennese Nights (1930), Kiss Me Again (1930). In addition, there were scores of musical features released with color sequences.
Bing CrosbyPaul WhitemanUniversal StudiosKing of Jazz

Question 2: An exception to the decline of the musical film is Indian cinema, especially the ________ film industry based in Mumbai (formerly Bombay), where the majority of films have been and still are musicals.
BollywoodBengali cinemaAsian cinemaSouth Asian cinema

Question 3: The ________' movies included a musical number in nearly every film, allowing the Brothers to highlight their musical talents.
Duck Soup (1933 film)Marx BrothersA Night at the Opera (film)Groucho Marx

Question 4: Musical short films were made by ________ in 1923-24, followed by thousands of Vitaphone shorts (1926-30), many featuring bands, vocalists and dancers.
Frank ConradLee De ForestEdwin Howard ArmstrongErnst Alexanderson

Question 5: Typically, the biggest difference between film and stage musicals is the use of lavish background scenery which would be impractical in a ________.
Play (theatre)TheatrePerforming artsDrama

Question 6: The products of this unit include Easter Parade (1948), On the Town (1949), An American in Paris (1951), Singin' in the Rain (1952) and ________ (1953).
Gigi (1958 film)The Band WagonZiegfeld Follies (film)Brigadoon (film)

Question 7: A subgenre of the musical film is the musical comedy, which includes a strong element of humour as well as the usual music, ________ and storyline.
African-American danceBalletConcert danceDance

Question 8: ________
List of plays made into feature filmsMy Fair Lady (film)List of films based on stage plays or musicalsMusical film

Question 9: In films such as 42nd Street and ________ (1933), Berkeley choreographed a number of films in his unique style.
Gold Diggers of 1933DamesFootlight ParadeMillion Dollar Mermaid

Question 10: Warner Brothers produced the first screen operetta, ________ in 1929.
Das DreimäderlhausThe Desert SongThe Student PrinceThe New Moon
















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