Quiz the one hundred-and-fifteenth: By the book (Part three)

Will it be much longer before books go the way of phone booths and pyjamas, not to be seen outside of old movies? That’s the way things seem to be heading. So let’s take a moment to recognize the importance of the printed word. See how many of these movies you can identify by their covers.

See also: Quiz the twenty-third: By the book (Part one), Quiz the seventy-third: By the book (Part two).

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36 thoughts on “Quiz the one hundred-and-fifteenth: By the book (Part three)

  1. tensecondsfromnow

    If I ever see anything to do with Terminal again, I’ll scream. So what is a book anyway? If my ipad got stiuck on one page, would that be the same as a book? This is easier than usual because there’s actual information to read, but theres a few tricky ones. Number 9 foxing me…

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      1. tensecondsfromnow

        Given that Robbie is good in most things, I wonder is Terminal is worth another look. Remember it being desperate at the time, but was a fan of everything from I Tonya to Promising Young Woman, so she’s got something going on….

      2. fragglerocking

        Well duh! I’d rattle them all off if I knew them, so those with less knowledge would be edumacated, instead of being all hoity toity ‘I know but am not sharing with the likes of you’. Sharing is caring!

  2. tensecondsfromnow

    She got half of one? You don’t have to be a flippin’ rocket scientist to know that a book by someone called Tennenbaums might come from The Royal Tennenbaums. Or have seen Rosemary’s Baby. Stop flattering malcontents like fraggle and hail the genuis of film eminating from Bonnie Scotland! Pfft! Blerk!

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      1. Alex Good Post author

        De nail is something struck with de hammer. I’m not sure you’ve seen any of these movies. I think of myself as a great educator of uncouth Caledonians though, so I will persevere.

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