Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Name the Movie Game (2 February Edition)

It's time for the Name the Movie Game. I'll be your host tonight. Here are the rules once again:

1. You may ask up to five yes or no questions a day. Each guess does count as one question.

2. Please number each question or each guess so as not to confuse anyone, especially me.

3. The player who is the first to guess the movie correctly will be the one to make the selection for the following week’s Name the Movie Game.

4. The game will end on Saturday night if the movie is not guessed.

I'm thinking of a movie made in the 1950s. Have fun, or at least pretend to.

28 comments:

  1. Also, I'll be answering questions until 10:00 p.m. Eastern or so, which is 9:00 p.m. Café time.

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  2. Hi, Sark. I'm having fun already! Question numero uno: Was it made in the U.S.?

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  3. Rick,

    1. No. (Thank you for saying you're having fun!)

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  4. Hello, Sark!
    1. May the movie be classified as horror, suspense, or beach set?

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  5. 2. Does it take place in the 1950s?

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  6. Oops! Didn't see you, toto, sorry.

    1. Yes.

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  7. 3. Was it originally an English-language movie?

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  8. 2. Was the movie made by Hammer Studios or Hitchcock?

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  9. 4. Does it take place wholly in England?

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  10. 5. Does part of it take in place in England and part in another European country?

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  11. Hi, Sark. #1 Is it The Man Who Knew Too Much?

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  12. 4. Is it "Horror of Dracula"?

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  13. Kim: 3. No.

    toto: 4. Indeed it is! Congrats!

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  14. Sark, what an awesome choice for a movie. It ranks in my top five Hammer films and was the one that got me hooked on Hammer to start with.

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  15. Oh, well. I've seen that--it's in the 1001 book. Nice choice. See you next week.

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  16. Sark, I lucked out in this one! I do enjoy watching Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in the climactic scene atop the long dining table when Peter grabs two candlesticks to make a cross. I had fun playing tonight. Thanks! And, yes, I will be glad to think of a movie next Tuesday night.

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  17. I was going to be mean and wait until someone guessed the original British title, DRACULA, but I decided to give toto the win. It's your game next week!

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  18. Thanks for not being mean. It does get complicated with all the different titles everywhere. Good night, Sark. Night, Rick. Night, Kim. Night, John Boy.

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