Friday, March 7, 2014

Period Drama Dress Quiz {3}~ Answers!


Here are the answers to last weeks' dress quiz! Sorry I didn't respond with your scores like I said I was going to, but it's been kind of a busy week. :-P This game was a big hit and y'all did really well! Thank you to everyone who played! :-)



Dress #1



                         Answer: Georgia King as Pet Meagles in Little Dorrit (2008)


Dress #2



    Answer: Daniela Denby-Ashe as Margaret Hale in North and South (2005)


Dress #3



Answer: Jane Seymour as Elise McKenna in Somewhere in Time (1980)


Dress #4




Answer: Tamzin Merchant as Rosa Budd in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2012)


Dress #5



       Answer: Emma Thompson as Elinor Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility (1995)

                                                    
                                          Dress #6




                           Answer: Kimberly Nixon as Sophy Hutton in Cranford (2007)


Dress #7



         Answer: Pauline Turner as Mary Graham in Martin Chuzzlewit (1994)


Dress #8




  Answer: Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice (2005)


Dress #9



                                 Answer: Johdi May as Mrs. Weston in Emma (2009)


Dress #10




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


Dress #11



               Answer: Keeley Hawes as Lizzie Hexam in Our Mutual Friend (1998)



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Players' Scores

Miss Laurie-- 31 points
Miss Sneyd-- 31 points
  Sadie-- 27 points    
  Naomi-- 23 points   
  Isabella--13 points   
Julia-- 12 points   
Maddie Rose-- 12 points
Hamlette-- 8 points  


                                                                                       


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the nice game!
    (Wow, you haven't put a Downton Abbey costume in it! Perhaps you aren't obsessed after all:)
    You know I'm just teasing you ;)

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