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Question 1: Neame's first professional credit was as an assistant cameraman on Blackmail (1929), his only work with director ________.
Psycho (1960 film)Alfred HitchcockVertigo (film)North by Northwest

Question 2: Ronald Neame at the ________'s Screenonline
Channel 4BBCBritish Film InstituteImperial War Museum

Question 3: Neame was later the producer of The Magic Box, the 1951 film project for the ________.
LondonCity of WestminsterFestival of BritainCity of London

Question 4: He worked again with ________ as the director of three of Guinness' films, The Card (1952), The Horse's Mouth (1958), and Tunes of Glory (1960).
Paul ScofieldAlec GuinnessLaurence OlivierJohn Gielgud

Question 5: He studied at the University College School and ________.
Ardingly CollegeHurstpierpoint CollegeThe Sir Robert Woodard AcademyLancing College

Question 6: Ronald Neame at the ________
Box Office MojoAmazon.comCDNOWInternet Movie Database

Question 7: Neame's other directorial credits include I Could Go On Singing (1963); Judy Garland's last film also featured ________.
Laurence OlivierAlec GuinnessDirk BogardeRichard Attenborough

Question 8: His later credits as cinematographer include Major Barbara (1941), ________ (1942), This Happy Breed (1944), and Blithe Spirit (1945).
In Which We ServeBrief EncounterGreat Expectations (1946 film)Hobson's Choice (1954 film)

Question 9: He was a producer on ________ (1945), Great Expectations (1946), and Oliver Twist (1948), among his work with Cineguild, the production company that he formed with David Lean.
This Happy Breed (film)Brief EncounterThe Lost Weekend (film)The Third Man

Question 10: Ronald Neame, CBE (born 23 April 1911, ________) is a British film cinematographer, producer, screenwriter, and director.
StockholmLondonBerlinMoscow







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