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1776 the Movie

The following are questions that are relevant to the movie "1776". If you saw the musical version, it will help you a lot.


 

Quiz ID:#13822
Fun:*** (2.19)
Difficulty:** (1.76)
Category:Movies > Drama
Created By:avaughn828Aus***!

 

 

 



#1   In the beginning of the movie, John Adams is sitting in the bell tower and is asked by McNair to come down from the bell tower to do what?






#2   There are two delegations that are missing at the very beginning of the movie. Which two are they?






#3   In the movie, only two delegates from Massachusetts are shown to be in Congress. There were originally four appointed. Who are the other two delegates that are missing?






#4   Benjamin Franklin suggests to John Adams to let someone else propose independence to the Congress. Who does he propose?






#5   When the New Jersey delegation finally arrives, they are just in time to vote on what?






#6   Thomas Jefferson was chosen by John Adams to write the Declaration of Independence in the movie.




#7   While Adams, Jefferson, and Franklin are waiting for the Declaration to be read, they debate about what the symbol of America should be. What does Thomas Jefferson suggest?

Your Answer: (Show Hint)

#8   What is the hot button issue that almost stops the South from voting for independence?





#9   Dr. Lyman Hall from Georgia was unsure about how to vote for independence, but then a quote from Edmund Burke (a member of British Parliament) reminds him that he should vote his own mind. He changes his vote from "nay" to "yea".




#10   John Hancock is the first man to sign the Declaration of Independence.




 

 


   



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