A return to the lab this week for a closer look, a much closer look, at a scientifically curated selection of slides. Now see how many of these movies you can identify after careful examination.
See also: Quiz the sixty-fifth: Under a microscope (Part one).
Ok, just to set a high bar….
18. Carry on Doctor
21. Our Man Flint
24 Billion Dollar Brain
Impressive. Slightly off on the Flint movie.
22 In Like Flint
Curious. Now the numbering is off . . .
21. In Like Flint.
Which leaves 22, which is only widely considered to be one of the greatest films ever made . . .
Not that far off. If you use your imagination.
I figured Julian was a giveaway there.
I must not watch enough sciencey movies.
No. 10 is definitely one of the Frankensteins though….
That’s Cushing, but it’s not Frank!
2) I want to say The Lavender Hill Mob but it’s not a horror.
7) The Passion of Jekyll and Hyde
8) Dr. Cyclops
9) Charlie Chan in Panama
10) Island of Terror
11 The Autopsy of Jane Doe
Geez I’d like to know how you search for these. I guess Plucked was an alternative title for (1), which is reviewed here under the title Death Laid an Egg.
Was Lavender Hill Mob right???
Nope. Haven’t seen that one in a while.
You didn’t say how many were right so I can have another go at the wrong ones.
All right except for Lavender Hill Mob. And the odd alternate title for Death Laid an Egg. And I’m not sure why Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is called The Passion of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. I’m not aware of it ever having that title. Was this the Chinese site again?
Yes got carried away there “A cinematic presentation of music composed by Daron Hagen, in combination with the original 1920 public domain film “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” and concert footage filmed and edited by H. Paul Moon of the live performance by Tramp Orchestra conducted by Erin Freeman at the world premiere.”