Quiz 4
on
A
Christmas
Carol
Goes
Wrong

(2017)
starring
Diana Rigg
as the
Narrator
As of:  2:15 p.m. E.D.T., Thursday, April 4, 2019


1. Who is seen ringing bells before Marley's grand entrance, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
 Annie
 "the head of the BBC"
 Chris
 Diana Rigg

2. What is the actor who plays Marley seen doing, after Scrooge enters his home?
 He sneaks out the front door, with the metal ring in his mouth.
 He urinates in the fireplace.
 He hides in a suit of armor.
 none of the above

3. How many people attend Frances' Christmas Party, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
 three people
 about a dozen people
 dozens of people
 No one shows up; so Frances goes to Topper's home instead of hosting a party at her house.

4. What does Marley ask of Scrooge, which is unusual, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
 to open the door for him
 to help him lift his cash box
 to open a window
 to serve him a drink

5. At what time does the Ghost of Christmas Past arrive, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
 one-o'-clock
 two-o'-clock
 three-o'-clock
 midnight

6. What does the Ghost of Christmas Past appear to be, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
 a woman in a large candle costume
 a large man in tights
 a baby in a diaper
 none of the above

7. At what time does the Ghost of Christmas Present arrive, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
 one-o'-clock
 two-o'-clock
 three-o'-clock
 midnight

8. What does the actress who plays Mrs. Cratchit do, as Bob reads his lines from the bottom of a wine bottle, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
She drinks the wine, as it pours out.
She mops up the wine, as it pours out.
She catches the wine in various containers, as it pours out.
This is a trick question; the actor who plays Bob delivers all of his lines by rote,in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

9. What does the big actor who plays Tim do, when he sees he can't fit into Tim's chair, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
 He sits on Mrs. Cratchit's lap, making it difficult for her to breath.
 He sits on the chair anyway, causing it to collapse.
 He remains standing.
 This is a trick question; Tiny Tim sits in his chair without incident, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

10. How many children are seen, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Just one, named Jean.
About a half dozen, at the Cratchit residence.
About a half dozen at the Cratchit residence, and about a dozen at Belle's home.
Dozens of children, in the streets; at Scrooge's school; in the homes of the Cratchits, Belle, and Frances; and at Mr. Fezziwig's Annual Christmas Ball.

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