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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Frank pose as in Philadelphia?
(a) A lawyer.
(b) A university professor.
(c) A pilot.
(d) A construction company executive.
2. Why doesn't Frank call his parents when he returns to New York?
(a) He fears that they turn him in.
(b) He does not want to have to lie to them.
(c) He is still angry about the divorce.
(d) He is too ashamed to face them.
3. Why does Frank decide to swindle a bank back in the States?
(a) He overhears the banker treating an underling badly.
(b) He still needs more money.
(c) He likes the challenge of trying to rook money out of banks.
(d) He cannot stop conning people.
4. How does Frank escape from the plane that is bringing him back to the United States?
(a) He unsnaps the toilet and drops through the hole onto the tarmac.
(b) He remains on the plane, hiding, after the other passengers deplane.
(c) He talks the FBI agents into letting him go to the bathroom and then runs away.
(d) He gets on the wrong plane when he is leaving Sweden.
5. Why can't the American Consulate intervene on Frank's behalf?
(a) Because Frank also commits crimes in the United States.
(b) Because Frank commits the crimes for which he is tried.
(c) Because Frank is being treated exactly like the French prisoners.
(d) Because Frank is not behaving well in prison.
6. Where is Frank captured after his escape from the plane that brings him back to the United States?
(a) At a gas station in Atlanta, Georgia.
(b) At a cafe in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
(c) At the airport in Montreal, Canada.
(d) At his girlfriend's home in the Bronx.
7. What bonus does Frank get from a Pan Am stewardess on vacation in Mexico?
(a) He gets more information about the way Pan Am works.
(b) He finds out more about what Pan Am pilot's uniforms should look like.
(c) He cashes a check for her and keeps her paycheck to use as a template.
(d) He gets a copy of her passport and starts printing his own passports.
8. Why does Frank refuse a job in his friend Armand's vineyards?
(a) He fears the job exposes him to the authorities.
(b) He thinks the work is boring.
(c) He does not enjoy physical labor.
(d) He does not need the money.
9. How does Frank avoid being caught when the bank figures out that his check is phony?
(a) He decides to stay with a girlfriend for a few weeks.
(b) He quickly leaves town.
(c) He poses as an FBI agent and confiscates the phony check.
(d) He changes to a different identity and avoids banks.
10. What is Frank's sentence at Perpignan Prison?
(a) Six months.
(b) Five years.
(c) One year.
(d) Ten years.
11. Why is it so hard for the FBI to find out anything about Frank?
(a) The phony checks are never left in the same place twice.
(b) His checks are very good forgeries.
(c) None of their usual informants know who he is.
(d) He is very average-looking and no one can describe him.
12. Where does Frank go in an attempt to escape the manhunt for him?
(a) New York City.
(b) Las Vegas.
(c) Washington D.C..
13. Why does Frank go to Vermont?
(a) To hide from the police.
(b) To meditate on his life.
(c) To settle down for good.
(d) To try posing as a banker.
14. How does Frank spend his time in Malmo Prison?
(a) He studies law, hoping to find a loophole in his case.
(b) He writes his life story.
(c) He takes classes in art.
(d) He wanders aimlessly around the prison.
15. How does Frank get a security guard's uniform?
(a) He makes one himself.
(b) He just wears his Pan Am pilot's uniform instead.
(c) He gets one from a uniform supply company.
(d) He does not bother with a uniform.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Frank released to when he leaves Perpignan?
2. How many of Frank's interns begin to suspect that he is duping them?
3. Who pays for the interns to travel around Europe?
4. Why is Frank almost caught because of one of his corporate expense checks?
5. Why does Frank feel it is important to pay the bail bondsman?
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