Ginger Snaps Quiz Statistics and Answer Key

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Which country was Ginger Snaps filmed in?
The correct answer is "Canada, as you can clearly see Ontario licence plates on the cars."

What is Sam's surname?
The correct answer is "McDonald, as referenced in the book, John Fawcett's Ginger Snaps."

Did Ginger kill Morley?
The correct answer is "Yes"

What was the name of the dog that Ginger killed first?
The correct answer is "Norman"

What was Ginger's middle name?
The correct answer is "Anne, her mother calls her this at one point during the film."

What are the girls' real ages in the film?
The correct answer is "Katharine had just turned 18 when Ginger Snaps began filming, and Emily Perkins was 23 years old."

Which grade were the girls in at Bailey Downs?
The correct answer is "Likely the 10th grade, their Sophomore year, as Ginger was about to turn 16, and Brigette was 15 but skipped a grade."

In what year was the film set?
The correct answer is "1999, as this is clearly seen on the missing poster later on in the film."

The film struggled to receive funding after which incident occured?
The correct answer is "Columbine High School massacre."

Which sport did the girls originally play in Ginger Snaps, according to the script?
The correct answer is "Lacrosse"

What was interesting about the filming of the movie?
The correct answer is "Many of the "day" scenes had to be scheduled to be shot at night."

Which day of the week did Ginger absolutely hate?
The correct answer is "No day. Just a trick question, really!"

How did Trina die?
The correct answer is "She slipped on the floor and hit her head on the kitchen counter."

What was Pamela's middle name?
The correct answer is "Joanne, this is on a page Brigette uses to forge a sick note for Ginger."

Which real life school was used for the school scenes in the film?
The correct answer is "Scarlett Heights Entrepreneurial Academy"


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