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Question 1: In a Lonely Place (1950)—________ is a washed up screenwriter who gets framed for murder.
Humphrey BogartJames CagneyJames Stewart (actor)Lauren Bacall

Question 2: Sunset Boulevard (1950)—Actor William Holden portrays a hack screenwriter forced to collaborate on a screenplay with a desperate, fading silent film star, played by ________.
Bebe DanielsWill RogersRoscoe ArbuckleGloria Swanson

Question 3: Paris, When it Sizzles (1964)—________ plays a drunk screenwriter who has wasted months partying and has just two days to finish his script.
Laurence OlivierJack PalanceWilliam HoldenAcademy Award for Best Actor

Question 4: ________ and other Indian film industries use separate dialogue writers in addition to the screenplay writers.
Bengali cinemaAsian cinemaSouth Asian cinemaBollywood

Question 5: In one example cited by ________, screenwriting is a "sort of three-tiered system":[7]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series)Conversations with Dead PeopleJane EspensonFirefly (TV series)

Question 6: ________ (1991)—John Turturro plays a naïve New York playwright who comes to Hollywood with high hopes and great ambition.
Barton FinkThe Hudsucker ProxyThe Big LebowskiCoen brothers

Question 7: So the Three Act Structure is notated 1, 2a, 2b, 3, resulting in ________'s Three Acts divided into four pieces.
AristotleEmpiricismBertrand RussellPlato

Question 8: Mistress (1992)—In this comedy written by Barry Primus and ________, Robert Wuhl is a screenwriter/director who's got integrity, vision, and a serious script - but no career.
Harry LawtonHoward SternJ. F. LawtonPretty Woman

Question 9: ________ (1992)—In this satire of the Hollywood system, Tim Robbins plays a movie producer who thinks he’s being blackmailed by a screenwriter whose script was rejected.
Short CutsNashville (film)The PlayerMASH (film)

Question 10: Spec scripts are feature film or ________ scripts written on speculation, without the commission of a studio, production company, or network.
Television programLost (TV series)Reality televisionSoap opera
















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