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Trivia Contest #65
July 10, 2005:
results of Reel Classics' sixty-fifth Trivia Contest are now official.
The winners were chosen randomly from over 600 correct entries and will be
receiving their prize in the mail shortly. Congratulations to the
following Reel Classics patrons (and if you didn't win this time, keep
visiting Reel Classics so you don't miss the next giveaway):
Although the style of filmmaking described by French
film critics as "film noir" began to flourish in Hollywood in the early
1940s, what delayed the term "film noir" from being coined until the
Hollywood films were unavailable in France during
World War II.
The answer to this question could be
found on page 1 of the
Gene Tierney section at Reel Classics.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
DVDs of three Fox Film Noir Classics courtesy Fox Home Entertainment.
|HOUSE OF BAMBOO (1955)
||NIGHTMARE ALLEY (1947)
||THE STREET WITH NO NAME (1948)
The winners will be notified by email, and prizes
will be sent out shortly thereafter, following confirmation of delivery
thanks to Fox Home Entertainment for their sponsorship of this contest.