1. What phrase is used to describe the basic "subtext" of a horror film?

2. What term is used for taking a single shot, then moving an object slightly and then taking more shots the same way?

3. Three parts of King Kong were created life size. Name one of them.

4. Which actor, playing the chief of Skull Island is known for having created his own production company that made films for an African American audience?

5. Acording to the film, in what body of water is Skull Island located??

6. With what famous story does Carl Denham connect the film he is about to make?

7. What genre of film is often associated as being important to Americans lift spirits and escape a harsh reality during the depression?

8. What term is used for music which follows the movement of the performers?

9. If it weren't the planes that killed Kong, what did?

10. Where was the location that the planes took off from shot?

Answers will come with the next game.

Answers to Last Week's Quiz

1. In what year was The Jazz Singer released?
ANS: 1927

2. Which sound system was used for the sound parts of the film?
ANS: Vitaphone

3. What famous entertainer of the period stars in the film?
ANS:: Al Jolson

4. Who is credited for making the first sound film?
ANS: William Dickson

5. Name one of the two major ways sound was recorded?
ANS: Sound on dick or Sound on film

6. What company produced The Jazz Singer?
ANS: Warner Brothers

7. What does a "foley" artist add to a film?
ANS: Sound

8. Which of the two major approaches to synching sound with image won out and is still in use today?
ANS: Sound on Film

9. Sound killed camera movement initially, because the sound of what equipment was being recorded?
ANS: camera

10. What famous movie with Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds deals with the problem of the inception of sound films?
ANS: Singin' in the Rain