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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. In "Fun in an Artist's Studio," where does Pat meet a young female?
(a) The commissary.
(b) A bank.
(c) The set of a film.
(d) A restaurant.
2. What does Pat do in the scene in the ditch in "Pat Hobby Does His Bit"?
(a) He cries.
(b) He does really well.
(c) He yells.
(d) He passes out.
3. Why does the studio hire Pat in "No Harm Trying"?
(a) So he can help pay his wife's hospital bills.
(b) They don't hire him.
(c) They know he needs a job.
(d) They need him for a project.
4. In "No Harm Trying," who has sent a message to Pat?
(a) His mother.
(b) The studio.
(c) His wife.
(d) His son.
5. Where does Pat meet a young woman in "Pat Hobby's Preview"?
(a) The studio lot.
(b) A bank.
(c) A restaurant.
(d) His neighborhood.
Short Answer Questions
1. What historical figure is Pat writing about in "A Patriotic Short"?
2. Why is the studio eager to help Pat's wife in "No Harm Trying"?
3. What was a symbol of success in Pat's heyday?
4. In "Mightier Than the Sword," the producer's idea for a script is about __________.
5. Whom does Pat wait for in jail in "Two Old-Timers"?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the staff forget about Pat, even though he passes out in "Pat Hobby Does His Bit"?
2. What happens during the shooting of the scene in "Pat Hobby Does His Bit"?
3. In "No Harm Trying," whom does Pat bring together and for what purpose?
4. In "Pat Hobby's Preview," what has caused Pat to lose respect since movies have changed?
5. In "A Patriotic Short," why does Pat become nostalgic?
6. In "Pat Hobby Does His Bit," how does Pat get himself into trouble?
7. In "A Patriotic Short," what does a swimming pool represent?
8. Why does Pat steal a hat in "On the Trail of Pat Hobby"?
9. In "On the Trail of Pat Hobby," what job does Pat find for the day?
10. Describe what faults Pat finds in the actress, call boy, and director in "No Harm Trying."
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