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Erik Rosenbluh aced this morning's quiz in record time. The problem is, my former student and eternal friend lives in LA. You may think me dumb, just don't talk me dumb. I'm not driving 123 miles to take you to a movie.

The offer of a free screening invite is still out there. If you live outside of the San Diego area, don't post a guess. How many time I gotta' tell you? That's what Facebook and Twitter are for.

In exchange for a free screening, Erik, here's a plug for your blog, Cinema Curmudgeon.

One of the following title cards does not appear at the head of an animated short, feature, or educational film. Name it and an invite to an advance screening of your choice awaits.

You Google, you die, you hear? NO CHEATING!

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Comments

HughJohnson May 15, 2013 @ 10:01 a.m.

Bug Vaudeville looks fake, but so does the nazi book one. But I say Bug Vaudeville.

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JBaloney May 15, 2013 @ 10:43 a.m.

I'm going with Blue Danube. Just cuz.

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Scott Marks May 15, 2013 @ 1:54 p.m.

Winsor McCay's "Bug Vaudeville" is one of the earliest examples of animation. "Education for Death" is -- believe it or don't -- Valt Disney!

Mr. Baloney, your instincts are dead on. Congratulations! If you live in town, email me through "The Reader." I have many enemies and do not want to give out my address. Let me know what's coming out in the next month or so that you want to see.

Extra Credit: What short does "Danube" come from. I'll give you a hint: Frank Tashlin wrote it.

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Colonna May 16, 2013 @ 3:23 a.m.

Gweetings, music lovers... I know the answer but since I live 2,200 miles away, I'm not eligible for the prize.

Ain't that right, Deems?

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