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I wanted so much to bring you a holiday edition of The Movie-Studio Logo Quiz, but alas, all I could unearth were two unique brands from Christmas movies. They lead off this installment which also includes a pair of Martys, a movie that doesn't smell anywhere near as bad as the dime store after shave that spawned it, three Leos, and for the first time in the history of the quiz, no Joe Dante!

For those new to the game, the rules are simple. Each of these one-shot logos represents a film. It's up to you to match the studio emblem with the movie it opens. Good luck!

1.) Image

2.) Image

3.) Image

4.) Image

5.) Image

6.) Image

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Colonna Dec. 21, 2011 @ 3:02 a.m.

1.) Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol (1962) 2.) It's A Wonderful Life (1946) 3.) don't know (although I could be a weisenheimer and say "Scent of A Woman" but I won't) 4.) 101 Dalmatians (1961) (???) 5.) Pink Flamingos (1972) 6.) Mutiny On The Bounty (1935) 7.) don't know 8.) That's Entertainment (1974) 9.) don't know 10.) Xanadu (1980) (???) 11.) Waterworld (1995) (???) 12.) Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988) 13.) The Bad And The Beautiful (1952) 14.) don't know 15.) so many to pick - The Life And Death of Col. Blimp (1943) (???)

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Scott Marks Dec. 21, 2011 @ 12:45 p.m.

Wow, Jerry, I thought #7 would be a slam-dunk. How many Metro feature can you think of that open with a sepia lion? The balloons are the giveaway on #9. Do you think I'd put a copy of "Xanadu" or "Waterworld" in my DVD player? And where are the two Martys I hinted at in my intro?

Was the Touchstone logo for "Roger Rabbit" mauve? (Haven't seen it since the week it opened.) If so, I'm mistaken.

Everything else is correct. Let's wait for Agent to chime in before revealing the rest of the answers.

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agent_00711 Dec. 23, 2011 @ 10:29 p.m.

Seasons greetings, gentlemen. I apologize if I'm late to the game, but duty called. Colonna, I am impressed by your knowledge of animation. I would've never gotten 1 & 4. Anyway, let's fill in the blanks. 3.Night Watch (the 1973 one and not the Russian vampire one from '04). My initial guess, however, was "A Touch of Class." 7.The Wizard of Oz (1939) 9.The Wrong Man (1956) 10.The Changeling (2008)? 11.Cape Fear (1991) 12.The Last Temptation of Christ (1988). I kid, I kid. It's Kundun (1997) 14.Les Carabiniers (1963)

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Scott Marks Dec. 24, 2011 @ 2:15 p.m.

"A Touch of Class" would have been a logical choice, but 1) it was shot in 'Scope and 2) I would never have a copy in my collection. "Night Watch" is the only thing that potentially smells worse than Brute, but this cap was taken from "Fingers."

Once again, you both amaze me. Merry Christmas, fellas!

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