Hollywood then and now

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English Quiz on Hollywood then and now, created by Terkulova Kamilla on 03/26/2021.
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Question 1

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How many people lived in Hollywood in 1900?
Answer
  • 400 people
  • 700 people
  • 500 people

Question 2

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What was Hollywood in 1900?
Answer
  • a small town with a police office and a little film studio
  • a big city with restaurants and cinema
  • a village with a post-office, a hotel and two shops

Question 3

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What is Hollywood today?
Answer
  • a small town near New York
  • a part of Los-Angeles
  • a big city in the east of America

Question 4

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Where is Hollywood located?
Answer
  • in Arizona
  • in Texas
  • in California

Question 5

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When did the first studio Nestor Company appear in Hollywood?
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  • in October 1911
  • in December 1900
  • in January 1920

Question 6

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How many film studios were there in Hollywood in 1912?
Answer
  • 5
  • 15
  • 10

Question 7

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What were Oscar Statuettes made of during the Second World War?
Answer
  • metal
  • plaster
  • wood

Question 8

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When did the HOLLYWOOD sign become a historical landmark?
Answer
  • in 1920
  • in 2000
  • in 1973

Question 9

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What cartoon character has got a star on the Walk of Fame?
Answer
  • Karlson
  • Friksik
  • Mickey Mouse
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