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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. What does Pat discuss with the President in "A Patriotic Short"?
(a) His swimming pool.
(b) His career.
(c) The acting he has done.
(d) The President's policies.
2. Where does Pat meet a young woman in "Pat Hobby's Preview"?
(a) His neighborhood.
(b) A bank.
(c) A restaurant.
(d) The studio lot.
3. Why has the director in "No Harm Trying" not worked in months?
(a) He has a bad temper.
(b) He is depressed.
(c) He is violent.
(d) He has a drug problem.
4. What does the young woman see in Pat's face in "Fun in an Artist's Studio"?
5. What kind of tickets does Pat have in "Pat Hobby's Preview"?
(a) Concert tickets.
(b) Burlesque show tickets.
(c) Baseball tickets.
(d) Basketball tickets.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Pat talk to the President in "A Patriotic Short"?
2. In "No Harm Trying," who brings Pat a message?
3. What is the alternative to getting undressed in "Fun in an Artist's Studio"?
4. What does Pat recall about his heyday in "A Patriotic Short"?
5. For what is a producer in "On the Trail of Pat Hobby" desperate?
Short Essay Questions
1. In "Fun in an Artist's Studio," what does being asked to sit for an artist cause Pat to feel?
2. Why does Pat end up begging for tickets to the preview in "Pat Hobby's Preview," and why is this significant?
3. In "Pat Hobby's Preview," what has caused Pat to lose respect since movies have changed?
4. In "A Patriotic Short," what was Pat's life like in the past as a popular writer?
5. In "Pat Hobby's Preview," what does the co-writer's demand that Pat's name be taken off the credits indicate?
6. Why does Wainwright give Pat the tickets?
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 "Two Old-Timers," what does Pat point out about Phil's acting days?
10. What results in Pat's job opportunity in "On the Trail of Pat Hobby"?
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