Friday, December 13, 2013

Another Period Drama Dress Quiz~ Answers!

  Here are the answers to last weeks' dress game. I am so thrilled because a grand total of six people played this game! :-) Thank you so much for playing ladies!


Dress #1



  Answer: Carey Mulligan as Adaa Clare in Bleak House (2005)

Dress #2




  Answer: Romola Garai as Emma Woodhouse in Emma (2009)

Dress #3





Answer: Julia Sawalha as Jessie Brown in Cranford (2007)

Dress #4




Answer: Schuyler Grant as Diana Barry in Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (1987)

Dress #5




Answer: Carey Mulligan as Isabella Thornton in Northanger Abbey (2007)

Dress #6



Answer: Charity Wakefield as Marianne Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility (2008)

Dress #7



Answer: Renee Zellweger as Beatrix Potter in Miss Potter (2006)

Dress #8




Answer: Laura Carmichael as Edith Crawley in Downton Abbey (2010-)

Dress #9




Answer: Keeley Hawes as Fancy Day in Under the Greenwood Tree (2005)

Dress #10



Answer: Anne Hathaway as Jane Austen (ha!) in Becoming Jane (2007)

Dress #11




Answer: Emily Blunt as Queen Victoria in The Young Victoria (2008)

Dress #12





Answer: Keeley Hawes as Cynthia Kirkpatrick in Wives and Daughters (1998)


                                                  Players' Scores
                                                                Miss Laurie-- 36 points
                                                                    Sadie-- 31 points
                                                              Miss Dashwood-- 28 points
                                                                   Kiri Liz-- 21 points
                                                              Kristalyn Huber-- 19 points
                                                                   Hamlette-- 9 points





2 comments:

  1. Thank you Misss Laurie, I'm glad you enjoyed it! :-)

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