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Question 1: [10] Between this and an industry-wide animators strike in 1982, the studio found itself in financial trouble and filed for ________.
InsolvencyDebtBankruptcyBond (finance)

Question 2: Shortly after, Goldcrest took steps to ________ the studio, claiming it could not pay back a US$300,000 loan and other debts.
Floating chargeLiquidationLiquidator (law)Unfair preference

Question 3: The studio initially operated from an animation facility in Van Nuys, California, and struck a deal with Steven Spielberg and ________ to make the animated feature An American Tail.
Back to the FutureThe Lovely Bones (film)Jurassic Park (film)Amblin Entertainment

Question 4: Another UK film company, Merlin Films, and ________ media company Media Assets invested in the studio to fund the completion and release of the three partially-completed films.
MacauHong KongPhilippinesUnited States

Question 5: The threat of the closure of the studio was raised that month in the Dáil Éireann (the lower house of the ________, or Irish national parliament) in the hopes of securing its future.
National Assembly for WalesOireachtasCortes GeneralesHellenic Parliament

Question 6: [6] The studio then started work on its first feature film, an adaptation of the ________-winning children's book Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH.
Newbery MedalLaura Ingalls Wilder MedalMichael L. Printz AwardMargaret Edwards Award

Question 7: As the studio expanded, it took on more and more of the animation process, with the paper animation completed there and sent to Dublin for ________ and painting.
PhotographyLaser printerPhotocopierXerography

Question 8: At the Ballyfermot Senior College an animation department was set up, modelled on the school of Art and Design at Sheridan College, ________.
British ColumbiaManitobaOntarioQuebec

Question 9: ________. Retrieved 2007-01-08.
The New York TimesThe Boston GlobeThe New York Times CompanyInternational Herald Tribune

Question 10: Rock-A-Doodle was loosely based on the play Chantecler by poet and playwright Edmond Rostand (itself based on a fable popularised by ________ in The Canterbury Tales).
The Legend of Good WomenGeoffrey ChaucerTroilus and CriseydeThe Knight's Tale


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