Leave your answers in a comment, and on Monday I shall publish the correct answers, and whoever won will receive honor, fame and glory. You know how quizzes work.
Scoring is as follows: 1 point for each correctly answered trivia question about the books and movies, 2 points for each correctly answered quote question (identifying which movie or book it comes from)-- 1 point for identifying whether the quote comes from a movie or a book, but not specifying which one. The quotes are things Sir Percy said. So you needn't worry about identifying the character. :P
Please DO NOT use IMDb or any other source to find answers to the questions, especially as regards the quotes... just answer off the top of your head to the best of your ability.
Books and Movies
1. What color is Marguerite’s hair in the books?
2. What is the name of the actor who plays Chauvelin in the 1934 movie?
3. Sir Percy’s catchphrase “sink me!” only appears once in the original book series... do you know which book?
4. What is the name of Lord Tony’s wife? (she has a whole book named after her, but Baroness Orczy couldn’t be bothered to call her by her actual name...)
5. What is the name of the man who ends up "spiriting away" the dauphin at the end of the 1982 film?
6. What is the name of Sir Percy's yacht?
7. Who does Suzanne de Tournay end up marrying at the end of the first novel?
What distinctive article of clothing (other than his always-flawless cravat) is Sir Percy wearing in the scene where he attempts to rescue Armand and Louise in the 1982 film?
8. Who is older, Marguerite St. Just or her brother Armand St. Just? (This question is harder than it seems. :P)
1. "This little revolution of yours is monstrous intolerable."
2. “Believe me, I have enjoyed life so much these past two years, I would not give up those pleasures even for that of seeing you and your friends have a bath or wear tidy buckles on your boots."
3. “M’dear chap, I never would have dreamt of depriving you of your moment of triumph. Alas, a moment was all that I could spare.”
4. "Approval, sir, in my opinion, demands the attainment of perfection. And in that sense, you rather overrate the charms of your society. I'faith, for one thing, it does seem monstrous ill-dressed for any society, even a new one.
5. "Help you, my dear fellow? Of course, we'll all help you, if you want us. What are we here for but to help each other, as well as those poor wretches who are in trouble through no fault of their own?"