GOOD DEEDS: CHRISTMAS MOVIE TRIVIA
By William P. O'Donnell, Norfolk County Register of Deeds
The Holidays are upon us and it is time for an article from the Registry of Deeds that builds upon the joys of our holiday season. It is about time a writing that is light and not so serious is written in these "Good Deeds" articles. There can always be more of that in our day to day lives.
One go to article theme readers of "Good Deeds" may have noticed over the years has been trivia. There have been trivia questions about historical figures of Norfolk County such as the four Presidents of the United States born here in Norfolk County. There have been trivia challenges involving naming one of the 28 communities making up Norfolk County as the answer to some notable person who hailed from that community.
The Norfolk County Registry of Deeds has seen its share of Hollywood filming which has taken place in and around the beautiful Registry of Deeds Building. There was an old television show "The Practice" starring actors Dylan McDermott and Michael Spada. Four episodes of this show were filmed in and around Dedham. "Ironman" Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall made use of the Norfolk Superior Court and the Registry of Deeds Building front pillars and steps in the film "The Judge". Recently Rosamund Pike and Eiza Gonzalez used the books and beauty of the renovated Registry of Deeds Record Hall to film "I Care A Lot". Rosamund Pike won a Golden Globe for her performance in this movie which can be seen on Netflix.
So I thought I would combine the Christmas Season, trivia and this link to movies to challenge the reader to some Christmas Movie Trivia.
Trivia Questions (answers located below)
#1 In Home Alone 2, what city does Kevin mistakenly get lost in?
#2 What was the real name of the character Tim Allen plays in The Santa Clause?
#3 Where does the Polar Express take the children?
#4 Finish this iconic line from It's a Wonderful Life: "Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his ___."
#5 Buddy the elf sticks to the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns and ____.
#6 Who was the bad guy Rudolph tried to avoid?
#7 Finish this line from How the Grinch Stole Christmas. "It came without packages, boxes or ____"
#8 What did the other reindeer not let Rudolph do because of his shiny red nose?
#9 In the story of a Christmas Carol, what is Scrooge's first name?
#10 What Christmas carol does the Peanuts gang sing at the end of "A Charlie Brown Christmas"?
#11 "The best way to spread Christmas cheer is ____."-Elf
May all the songs and spirit of the Christmas Season bring you happiness and health. There is no great prize being given out if you did well answering these trivia questions. However, I certainly hope Santa Claus is good to you. To everyone a joyful and happy holiday season.
|Good News: Christmas Movie Trivia|
#1 New York City
#2 Scott Calvin (SC)
#3 North Pole
#6 The Abominable Snowman
#8 Join in any reindeer games
#10 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
#11 Sing loud for all to hear