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Thursday, October 31, 2019

The Impossibly Difficult Name that Movie Game - Halloween Edition

Screenshot #1

It's Halloween and in honor of this bewitching day of the year we have a special edition of The Impossibly Difficult Name that Movie Game. There is not one, but FIVE screenshots that you can have the fun of identifying! Each one of these screenshots comes from an American or British made production from the 1920s-1970s. Name the film and you win a prize! Some are easier than usual and others may be a bit tricky, but to reward you for your keen eye we have some treats.....a few special Halloween themed posters and photos. First, try your hand at identifying these images: 

Screenshot #2

Screenshot #3

Screenshot #4
Screenshot #5

THE PRIZES

Prizes are awarded on a first guess basis. The first person to identify any of the screenshots above gets their choice of one of these five prizes.

1. The Mummy ( 1932 ) - 12x18" reproduction poster
2. The Bride of Frankenstein ( 1935 ) - 8x10" Glossy Photo
3. The Munsters decal/sticker
4. House on Haunted Hill ( 1959 ) - 11x17" reproduction poster
5. Vincent Price and Kermit the Frog - 5x7" Glossy Photo

Happy Guessing and Happy Halloween! 


9 comments:

  1. I think Screenshot #5 is from the Val Lewton movie ISLE OF THE DEAD, with Boris Karloff and Ellen Drew.

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    1. That's a very good guess, Elizabeth! But, unfortunately, it is not correct. Try again!

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  2. The brain is fuzzy today. Must get a pot of tea and cogitate.

    I do agree with Elizabeth. She's on the ball, anyway.

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    1. Yes, get a pot a tea and you'll be amazed at how easy these will seem then. You're just experiencing the after-effect of a Halloween night.

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  3. I think it could be Val Lewton's The Leopard Man.

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    1. Lucky Lady, you are correct! Great job spotting that one! Send us an email with "Impossibly Difficult" as the subject and we'll tell you how to claim your prize. Congratulations!

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  4. Those are particularly hard nuts that you're serving for Halloween, but I'll venture a few guesses:
    3. With the drive-in, I want to say 'Targets' (1968), but I guess that one was in color?
    5. 'Cat People' (1942) ?

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    1. Good tries, Martin! Unfortunately, those aren't the films. Lucky Lady identified #5 as "The Leopard Man" ( Val Lewton again ).

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  5. Yay! Just watched this movie a couple weeks ago. Thank you. I sent an email.

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