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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. On what will they capitalize, if they take this advice and create a new job for the trio?
(a) The conversion of silent movie stars to the new medium of talkies.
(b) The historic value of the theatre.
(c) The need for vaudeville shows around the country.
(d) The need for Hollywood directors.
2. What is THE JAZZ SINGER?
(a) A live production.
(b) A ballet.
(c) A successful talkie.
(d) A silent film.
3. Why is George's new acquaintance headed to this location?
(a) To become an actress on the stage.
(b) To become a bartender.
(c) To become a Ziegfeld Follies girl.
(d) To become an actress.
4. What does this parade set off?
(a) An interest in parades.
(b) The fire alarm.
(c) The holiday season.
(d) Squeals from autograph seekers.
5. How does the trio feel about their new idea, as they slowly traverse the land from one side of the continent to the other?
(a) They become more and more irritated.
(b) They become more and more excited.
(c) They become more and more nervous.
(d) They become more and more angry.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who made this decision to leave New York City?
2. What does this person that May encounters want in exchange?
3. What kind of parade goes through the lobby of this building?
4. Who does May encounter on the train?
5. How powerful is this person that May encounters?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is May doing at the beginning of the scene?
2. Who are the three primary characters?
3. How does Mr. Glogauer respond to this announcement?
4. What is so good about this person the trio meets on the train?
5. Who does the trio meet on the train?
6. How does George, yet again, have good luck?
7. Who does May recognize?
8. How is the trio's plan coming together?
9. What happens when Glogauer finally emerges?
10. What happens the closer they get to Los Angeles?
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