Casablanca and Blade Runner

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The language that Gaff speaks when he first meets Deckard
Cityspeak
1 of 20
Roy, Leon, Pris and Rachael are all this type of replicant
Nexus Six
2 of 20
The name of the corporation that makes replicants
Tyrell
3 of 20
Surname of JF, who lets Pris and Roy use his apartment
Sebastian
4 of 20
The bar owner who employs Zhora as Miss Salome
Taffy Lewis
5 of 20
What Roy wants more of from Tyrell
Life
6 of 20
Greek composer who created the distinctive score for Blade Runner
Vangelis
7 of 20
Cinematographer of Blade Runner - first name Jordan
Cronenweth
8 of 20
Douglas, special effects wizard who created the miniatures
Trumbull
9 of 20
Terry, supervising editor working with Ridley Scott
Rawlings
10 of 20
In Casablanca, the surname of the Major whom Rick kills
Strasser
11 of 20
Ugarte: "You ______ me Rick, don't you?"
despise
12 of 20
Bartender at Rick's Cafe Americain
Sascha
13 of 20
What does Rick never do with customers?
Drink
14 of 20
Captain, chief of police, who lets Rick escape at the end of the film
Renault
15 of 20
This cross is the symbol of the Free French movement
Lorraine
16 of 20
The song that Laszlo makes the band play to drown out the Germans
La Marseillaise
17 of 20
What Ilsa thought had happened to Victor, hence why she began her affair with Rick
Shot
18 of 20
The signatory of the letters of transit, meaning they cannot be rescinded
De Gaulle
19 of 20
Brand of the bottle of water binned by Renault, symbol of French occupation by the Germans
Vichy
20 of 20

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Card 2

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Roy, Leon, Pris and Rachael are all this type of replicant

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Nexus Six

Card 3

Front

The name of the corporation that makes replicants

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Surname of JF, who lets Pris and Roy use his apartment

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

The bar owner who employs Zhora as Miss Salome

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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