Saturday, February 9, 2013

Screencaps Game: Have You Seen This? {Edition One}

For the game this week I'm trying a twist on everyone's favorite Screencaps Game. The screencaps this time come from period set films that aren't often talked about as much as some of our favorites, but these films are no less delightful! For another twist this week answer the question Have You Seen These? - I really want to hear which of these films you have seen and whether you enjoyed them as much as I do!

To Play: Look at the 15 screencaps below and try to identify which period films they come from. Leave a comment with your answers and for added fun let me know which of these period films you've seen! I'll respond with your scores. Guess as many times as you wish. Answers will be posted next Saturday.

Helpful Hints: Each of these period film titles can be found on my Period Films page. Also, if you aren't sure about a period film but recognize an actor in the screencap feel free to search for possible answers on IMDb.com!

Scoring: 10 points for each correctly guessed period film. Highest possible score is 150 points. 


Have You Seen These?

#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

#11

#12

#13

#14

#15


Don't forget to tell which films you've seen!  :)


36 comments:

Alexandra said...

1. Lost in Austen
2. David Copperfield :)
4. Heidi
5. Ivanhoe :)
7. Our Mutual Friend
8. He Knew He was Right :)
9. The Importance of Being Earnest
10. Jane Eyre
12. Road to Avonlea
14. The Inheritance
15. Fiddler on the Roof

LOVED seeing some of my faves on here. :)

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Alexandra,
So glad to have you play, especially since there are some of these period films that I thought you might enjoy!
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14 and 15 were all correct! Can I take it that you've seen all of those? Hope you're having a lovely weekend Ally! :)

Issy said...

Hi Laurie, Another wonderful quiz. :)

1. Lost in Austen
2. David Copperfield
3. Mayor of Casterbridge
4. Little House on the Praire (this is a complete guess).
5. -
6. Twelfth Night
7. Our Mutual Friend
8. He Knew He Was Right
9. The Importance of Being Ernest
10. Jane Eyre
11. Victoria and Albert
12. Road to Avonlea
13. Persuasion
14. The Inheritance
15. -

I have seen all the ones I answered except 3 and 4.

Rhoswen Faerie Wrose said...

4. Of course Heidi with Noley Thornton. And, of course, I own it, if you remember. ;-)
10. I think it's a version of Jane Eyre....perhaps 2006
12. Road To Avonlea- season 1- Proof of the Pudding. One of my all-time favorite episodes. I own every season and the Christmas movie, of course. ;-)
13. Old (70's I think) BBC Persuasion- seen and recent aquirement.
14. The Inheritance- seen and own.
15. Fiddler on The Roof- specifically, finishing Matchmaker- of course I've seen it, but my parents own it, this time, not me.....and my sister is currently borrowing it. :-p

Kiri Liz said...

Hmm... this one is much harder, Miss Laurie! I haven't seen most of these, but I'll do my best.

4. Heidi (seen it)

5. Ivanhoe (haven't seen it)

7. Our Mutual Friend? (haven't seen it)

10. I want to say Jane Eyre, but I haven't seen any of the film adaptions.

12. Road to Avonlea (seen all 7 seasons - love it!)

14. The Inheritance (seen it)

Joanna Webber said...

Well, I know hardly any of them, but I might as well. Oh, and I don't know years. :-)

5. Ivanhoe
7. Our Mutual Friend
9. The importance of being Earnest
10 Jane Eyre
14. The inheritance

Melody said...

Ooh, these screencaps are so original! I love it! ;)

1. Lost in Austen--nope, haven't seen it.
2. David Copperfield (2000)--seen the first 10-20 minutes or so.
3. The Mayor of Casterbridge--seen it.
4. Hey, that's the Heidi I was watching t'other week! :)
5. Well, since that appears to be Anthony Andrews, I'll guess this is Ivanhoe. ;) And I haven't seen it.
7. Awwwww, Our Mutual Friend. (You know I've seen that one. :) )
8. He Knew He Was Right. (Yup.)
9. The Importance of Being Earnest? (No.)
10. Jane Eyre (2006)--I've seen about half
11. Hmmm... possibly Victoria & Albert? (Haven't seen it.)
12. Yayayay, Road to Avonlea!! :D (Of COURSE I have seen it. :D)
13. Persuasion... and yes.
14. The Inheritance, which I have also seen.
15. Hmmmm. I think this be Fiddler on the Roof. And yes.

Melody said...

I do hope I didn't get the numbering messed up there... I forgot to check. It should be 1-5, skipping 6, and then the rest, in continuance. ;)

(Just delete this comment after you read it.)

Miss Dashwood said...

Oooh, looks like fun!!

1- Haven't seen this, but I'm going to guess Lost in Austen? Hmmm....
2- David Copperfield with the ONE AND ONLY ANTHONY ANDREWS. I.e., the 2000 version. Haven't seen this either. SNIFFLE.
3- ?
4- Heidi (maybe the Jason Robards/Jane Seymour version?) I definitely have seen that, but it's been a while. Like, eight or nine years. :P
5- Ivanhoe!!!! This time next week I will have seen it!
6- Maybe Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet? That's definitely Helena Bonham-Carter on the left, and I know she was in that... the doublets the guys are wearing look like they could be Shakespearean.
7- Our Mutual Friend (haven't seen that either... okay this is pathetic)
8- He Knew He Was Right (cough... have. not. seen. this. either.)
9- The Importance of Being Earnest (THIS IS HUMILIATING. Okay, so I HAVE seen the 1952 version [superb!] but not this one.)
10- Jane Eyre 2006 (you guessed it... haven't seen it) and now the guy on the right is going to drive me nuts. I KNOW I've seen him in something. Tobias Menzies from Persuasion? *runs to IMDb* Nope, not him... okay, IMDb says Andrew Buchan played St. John Rivers... who on earth is that... WHAT THE GASKELL. IT'S JEM HEARN FROM CRANFORD. Hahahahahahahahaha! WOW. :P
11- Victoria and Albert (cough, cough...)
12- FINALLY A MOVIE I'VE SEEN! This is Road to Avonlea, and I can even identify the episode (Proof of the Pudding). LOVE that show. And I will bet all my buttons that our Nonsensical Girl will get this one right. :D
13- Ooooh, it looks like Persuasion... *checks IMDb* Maybe the 1971 version? Have you seen that? Is it good?
14- The Inheritance (I AM ASHAMED. THIS GAME SHAMES ME.)
15- FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. At last. Okay, of the fifteen movies here, I've seen... three.

Period dramas, here I come.

Petie said...

Huzzah! Another screencap game!!! :) Most of these I haven't seen, I just know about them. :) I'll note which ones I've seen though!

1. Lost in Austen

2. David Copperfield

3. The Mayor of Casterbridge

4. Heidi (seen this one!)

5. Ivanhoe (seen this one!)

6. Twelfth Night

7.

8. He Knew He was Right

9. The Importance of Being Earnest

10. Jane Eyre

11. Victoria and Albert

12.

13. a really old Persuasion :)

14. The Inheritance (ahhh, I love this movie!!!)

15. Fiddler on the Roof (ahhhhhh, love this movie even more!!!!!)

BatZion said...

Hi Miss Laurie,
Here is my pitiful entry... :/
1. Lost in Austen - Seen
4. Heidi - not sure if I've seen this version... but I've seen so many!
5. Ivanhoe - not seen, but I recognize Anthony Andrews. :)
15. Fiddler on the Roof - Seen about a hundred times :)

Livia Rachelle said...

1. I haven't seen this, but is this the homeschool group "First Impressions" movie that blends old and modern Pride and Prejudice?
2. Haven't seen it, don't know it, but that is Anthony Andrews on the left.
3. No idea, but that is Ciarian Hinds on the right. I used to be sooo in love with him. He was kinda of my earlier Richard Armitage-same type of characters and acting.
4. This is the Heidi I grew up watching with Jane Seymour as Fraulein R---whatever her name-the cranky lady.
5. Ivanhoe. I think I actually did start watching part of it; I had forgotten that I started it, but I think it became due before I finished. I need to finish it. Everything should be on Netflix.
6. I am going to go with "A Room with a Veiw" because it looks olderish and I see Helena Bonham Carter. I haven't seen it and heard from my sister that it isn't ahem, recommended.
7. ?
8. That looks like Davind Tennant.
9. Is this a version of the Importance of Being Ernest?
10.?
11.?
13. Laura Ingalls or something?
14.?
14. The inheritance. Such a sweet movie. I believe the book was Louisa Alcott's first-she wrote it when she was 17 and you can sure tell because it is really dramatic. I think it was supposed to be set in Europe in the late 18th-early 19th century-I liked the movie version better although of course I saw it first, so that messes up my perspective.
15. Fiddler on the Roof. I have only seen it once-years ago-and was not crazy about it.

Sorry, for the length. I love to leave commentary as I go. Also, I have a question and could not find an email to reach you. I am having a tea party in March and was wondering if I could use some of your period drama games (mostly JA, the Brontes, and Gaskell perhaps) for my guests to play?

Kimberly G. Bowman said...

I can by no means believe that I forgot Sara's exact quote, but #12 is DEFINATELY Road To Avonlea, which happens to be one of my most favorite series ever!!!

Laura & Elisabeth said...

Hi Miss Laurie!

Sorry I forgot to leave our guesses on the game last week - oops! Thanks for another fun one this week though :)

1 - Lost in Austen

2 - David Copperfield (seen this one :)

3 - Mayor of Casterbridge?

6 - Twelfth Night?

7 - Our Mutual Friend (seen this one too :)

8 - He Knew He was Right

9 - The Importance of Being Earnest (seen this one many times)

10 - Jane Eyre (again, seen several times, even though I usually prefer Jane Austen or Elizabeth Gaskell as the Bronte's works can be a bit bleak :)

11 - Victoria & Albert?

We can't quite get any others yet but we will comment again if we do :)

Thanks!
~Laura & Elisabeth

Charity U said...

I don't think I've seen any of these...hmmm. But I have a few guesses!

1 -- P&P?

8 -- S&S?

11 -- Emma?

15 -- That girl looks like the one from Fiddler on the Roof (you know how long it took me to come up with that? ;) So I guess Fiddler on the Roof. Gotta be Rosalind Harris. Btw, I like her name (Tzeitel) so much that I want to use it for my daughter someday...different spelling though. Tseitl Grace. I just love saying it.

That's all! :)

Little Lady said...

Is it pathetic I’ve seen almost all of these????

1. Lost in Austen
2. David Copperfield (BEST VERSION EVER!)
3. Heidi 
4.
5. Ivanhoe (I LOVE Anthony in that one...)
6. Twelfth Night (I LOVE THAT MOVIE!!!)
7. ?
8. He Knew He Was Right (OMW. Tennant is hilarious in this movie...)
9. The Importance of Being Earnest
10. Jane Eyre “The Duck Lips Version” as it is called at my house...
11. ?
12. Road to Avonlea (I hated that curly haired girl...lol)
13. Persuasion! I love the weirdly colored costumes in this one...
14. The Inheritance (LOVE)
15. Fiddler on the Roof 

Maddie Rose said...

I am afraid I only recognized one. But the one I recognized is one of my favorite shows ever! I've seen Screencap #12. It's Road to Avonlea. One of my favorite episodes, too!

Kara said...

1-lost in austen (seen most of it but not all)
7-our mutual friend (yes!)
9-the importance of being earnest (yes!)
10-jane eyre (seen most of it but not all)
11-victoria and albert (yes! and I love it!)
12-can't remember name but I know it's something about avonlea and the main character's name is Sara (never seen it except for youtube clips and pictures online)
13-persuasion (yes, and I like the newer versions better but I'll watch any version of persuasion as its my favorite Austen tale.)
14-the inheritance (yes! one of my favorite films!)

This was so fun! :) I'm a new follower and considering joining your period drama challenge. :)

Sarah Grace said...

1. Lost in Austen
2. David Copperfield
3. The Turn of the Screw
4. Heidi
5. Ivanhoe
6. Twelfth Night
7.
8.
9. The Importance of Being Earnest
10. Jane Eyre 2006
11. Victoria & Albert
12. Road to Avonlea
13. Persuasion
14. The Inheritance
15.

Several of these movies I have never seen, but I recognized quite a few of the actors/actresses.

I personally have seen & love The Inheritance & Road to Avonlea. I rewatch them regularly.
Sarah Grace

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Hey everyone!
Sorry I haven't been able to respond to all of your many delightful comments, this weekend has been crazy busy for me. I'll be starting to respond now so get set for a lot of notices! :)

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Issy,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 were all correct. Your guess on #4 was incorrect. Your score is 120 points! Glad you enjoyed this quiz! :)

Rhoswen Faerie Wrose,
Your guesses on screencaps 4, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 15 were completely correct. Your score is 60 points.
Thanks for mentioning the exact episode on #12, I wasn't sure about that. We have such similar taste in films dearie! :)

Kiri Liz,
Your all of your guesses on screencaps 4, 5, 7, 10, 12 and 14 were correct. Your score is 60 points.
For not having seen most of these you did a really good job!

Joanna Webber,
Your guesses on screencaps 5, 7, 9, 10 and 14 were correct. Your score is 50 points. Glad you played even though you didn't know that many. Years don't matter so much. Thanks for playing! :)

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Melody,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (can you identify the episode? see my comment to Amy), 13, 14 and 15 were all correct! Your score is 140 points!
I thought this game might be right up your alley. ;)
It's surprising to me how many people haven't seen #7 and #8 but I'm glad you have! I wasn't sure if you'd ever attempted #13, it is a bit boring at times. Now I'm wondering if you mentioned watching #4 and that's why I subconsciously chose that one. Hmm... ;)

Miss Dashwood,
Yay! A very long comment! :)
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 were correct. Your guess on #6 was incorrect but in the right vein (and she did play O. but in a different version than the K.B. version). Your score is 130 points!
#2 was on YouTube, that's where I watched it so I'll go see if I can find it for you, I liked it better than the 1999 in some ways. #4 has always been a favorite of my sister's, it's classic! Funny that I'd decided to use a photo from #5 and then you were talking about it, haha! You haven't seen #7!?!?! You simply MUST see it! Haven't you read the book? #8 is a must see too, there are some really sweet stories in it. Loved you comment on trying to figure out the actor in #10, he's the best thing about that film IMHO.
Oh yes, Marianne did get #12 correct but she didn't mention the exact episode like you did - perhaps she's not that big of a fan after all! Oh dear, she's glaring at me now! Was it something I said? ;)
#13 is good, very close to the book, but older and a bit boring at times. #13 is really good, your sisters would enjoy it I think! Oh I knew you'd know #15, you can probably even identify which song they're singing! :) Loved reading your comment! When I post the answers I'll be mentioning some of my likes and dislikes about each film (mini reviews I guess) so stay tuned!

Melody said...

I BEG your pardon my dear Miss Laurie, of COURSE I am a big fan of RTA. And I've seen, like, way more of it than Amy has. Hahaha.
As for the episode, which I didn't think I was supposed to mention necessarily, I believe it is Proof of the Pudding. Which I've seen one too many times, haha.

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Petie,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14 and 15 were correct. Your score is 130 points! Really great job for not having seen many of these!
I'm really curious to find out if you just didn't recognize #7 or if you really haven't seen it because it's your type of film I think! You'd love #2 if only for you-know-who! :)

BatZion,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 4, 5 and 15 were correct! Your score is 40 points.
This just means that you have lots of new period dramas you haven't discovered yet, so there's more to look forward to! :)
When I post the answers next week I'll be mentioning some thoughts about each film so stay tuned!

Livia Rachelle,
Your guesses on screencaps 4, 5, 9, 14 and 15 were correct (and you had the right actors for #2, #3, #6 and #8 so feel free to look those up). Your guess on #6 was incorrect (I don't recommend that film either but haven't seen it all the way through, the 2007 Room With A View is quite good though). Your score is 50 points.
No need to apologize for lengthy comments here, I love them! :) I was a huge Ciaran Hinds fangirl too for a long time because of Persuasion 1995, now of course he's older but I still enjoy most of his roles.
My e-mail address is on the left sidebar but it's okay for you to ask here. Of course I don't mind if you use some of my game ideas for your tea party, just so long as you give me credit and tell your guests about Old-Fashioned Charm! If you need help compiling questions or have any other questions just e-mail me: oldfashionedcharming(at)gmail(dot)com

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Melody,
Oh m'dear it was too much fun teasing you! I knew I'd have to dodge tomatoes and bear glares on that one! haha! Hope you're not too mad at me! :D
Of course you are correct on the episode name. I tease but I wouldn't know in the least which episode it is, I'm glad you ladies do because now I can mention it in the answers (with credit to those who mentioned it of course)!
Oh I do love you dear! :)

Melody said...

Haha, I'm not mad at you. But when one expects me to glare at them, I can't let them down, can I?

Now, as to #6; as you said we could consult IMDb if we recognized actors, I have done so and now guess that this is Twelfth Night. Which I obviously haven't seen, since I didn't recognize it. ;)

And I did watch all of the old Persuasion... zzzzzzzz. *cough* Haha, I watched all the older JA versions (except NA) for the series I did on my blog. I probably wouldn't watch it again.

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Kimberley G. Bowman,
Your guess on screencap #12 is correct. Your score is 10 points. Thanks for playing! It is a really good series!

Laura & Elisabeth,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 were correct. Your score is 90 points.
Good job ladies! Comment again if you have any other guesses.

Charity U,
Your guesses on screencap 15 was correct but your other guesses were incorrect. Your score is 10 points.
The name you mentioned on #15 is lovely and I like the combo you have, it's very sweey and unique! :)

Little Lady,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 15 were all correct. Your score is 120 points. Good work!
It's quite wonderful that you've seen all of these, they are quite good! :) #2 is my favorite version as well, and I loved your "duck lips" version - it's true! haha

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Maddie Rose,
Your guess on #12 was correct. It is a delightful series! Your score is 10 points. Thanks for playing!

Kara,
Your guess on screencaps 1, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 were correct. Your score is 80 points. Good work!
#13 is one of my favorite tales too and I enjoy watching all of the older versions! :)

Sarah Grace,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 were correct. You guess on #3 was incorrect. Your score is 110 points. Good work! Thanks for playing!

Melody,
Your guess on #6 was correct, good work! Your updated score is 150 points - high score reached!
You should watch NA 1986 just to say you have. It does have some good points to it and I enjoy watching it from time to time.


birdienl said...

1. Lost in Austen --> seen and enjoyed for what it is, a funny and quirky Austenesque series and a lovely Darcy!
2. David Copperfield (2000) --> seen and enjoyed very much. The book is my favourite Dickens of what I read so far (6 books)
3. The Mayor of Casterbridge --> seen and loved for it's complexity and good acting
4.
5.
6. Much ado about nothing --> not yet seen
7. Our Mutual friend --> seen and loved! Bella and John are one of my favourite Dickensian couples!
8. He knew he was right --> seen, thought it was alright, but not one of my favourites
9. The Importance of being Earnest --> seen and loved! It's so funny!
10. Jane Eyre (2006) --> seen and loved! I love the story of Jane Eyre and this is a great adaptation.
11. Victoria and Albert? --> not seen yet
12.
13.
14. The Inheritance? --> seen, thought it oke, but not great
15.

Larissa said...

Just taking a shot because I haven't seen many of these-
1. Possibly from Lost in Austen Land?
2. David Copperfield
4. Heidi
5. Ivanhoe
6. Twelfth Night
9. The Importance of Being Ernest
12. A Scene from Road to Avonlea
15. Fiddler on the Roof

BatZion said...

Here are a couple more guesses:
#13: 1972 Emma - I have seen this version and although it is more accurate to the book it did drag on so.
#14: The Inheritance - Seen it and loved it! I thought I recognized the actors when I first took a look, but I couldn't place them :)

Thank you for your kind words... yes, I am excited that there are so many different period dramas available!

Meredith said...

Been away for awhile. Happy to play another game! I have seen all the movies I answer for (in my very limited viewing of period films)

1 - Lost in Austen
9 - The Importance of Being Ernest
10 - Jane Eyre
14 - The Inheritence (guessing on this one)

Thanks for the diversion!

Tillie said...

Oooohhh!!!

#3 is from The Mayor of Casterbridge.
#4 is from Heidi, 1993! We bought that version at a Garage Sale!
#5 Ivanhoe! 1982, T.V. movie.
#8 I believe is He Knew He Was Right. Haven't seen it, but have heard a lot about it. Almost want to watch it just because David Tennant is in there!
#9 The Importance of Being Earnest. 2002.
#10 Jane Eyre.
#12 Road to Avonlea.
#13 is Pursuasion, I'm not sure which year.
#14 is The Inheritance!(a favorite!)
#15 is Fiddler on the Roof. Don't like that one so much, but some of the songs are okay.

I look forward to seeing what the rest of them are!

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

birdienl,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 14 were correct. Your guess on #6 was incorrect but you have the right idea. Your score is 90 points. Good work!
The couple in #7 are one of my favorites too! ;)

Larissa,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 12 and 15 were all correct! Your score is 80 points. Thanks for playing. :)

BatZion,
Your recent guesses on screencap #14 was correct (glad you like this one!) but your guess on #13 was incorrect (close though!). Your updated score is 50 points. :)

Meredith,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 9, 10 and 14 were all correct. Your score is 40 points. Glad to have you back playing games! :)

Tillie,
Your guesses on screencaps 3, 4 (good deal!), 5, 8 (it's very good, especially his part of the story!), 9, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 15 were all correct! Your score is 100 points. Thanks for playing!

Laufey Blöndal said...

#1 lost in austen, #2 david copperfield, #4 heidi, #6 twelfth night, #8 he knew he was right, #9 the improtance of being ernest, #14 inheritence, #15 fiddler on the roof

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Laufey Blöndal,
Your guesses on screencaps 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 14 and 15 were all correct. Your score is 70 points. Thanks for playing!

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