Shadow of a Doubt  LbNA # 13555 (ARCHIVED)

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateFeb 21 2004
CountySonoma
LocationSanta Rosa, CA
Boxes1
Planted ByMimulus    
Found By artTrekker
Last Found Apr 4 2005
StatusFFFr  
Hike Distance?

NOTE: I pulled this box, as a geocache was placed in almost the same spot and did not care to loose the carving. If you would like to submit me your answers...I will email you a virtual image.


This is a wonderful film noir, reportedly Hitchcock's personal favorite, filmed almost entirely on location is Santa Rosa. Made in 1943, Hitchcock chose to use a real town to beat the wartime production cost limits and did most of the night shots in a single night before black out orders took effect. It has a wonderful cast, especially Joseph Cotten, Patricia Collinge, Henry Travers and a cameo by a young Hume Cronyn.

Hitchcock tapped Thornton Wilder to write the screenplay and there are some wonderful twists on small town values and life. Unfortunately the centerpiece of downtown Santa Rosa, the Courthouse, is no longer... but many locations are intact. This box will take you by some. You will need to watch the movie first.....

Once you figure out the clues, this box is essentially a drive by. Available 24/7, but I think it is funner in the daylight hours so you can explore this area.



Take the first or last letter as indicated by the numerals inside the parenthesis and insert that letter into the position indicated.
(3,12) would be the 12th letter in the third word.

What is the name of the waltz featured in the movie?

(3,7) _ _ _ _ _ (2, 2) _ _ _ _ _


The other suspect, who ran into the propeller in Maine, had the initials
(3,1) _ (1,3) _ 'H


The shopping list Mrs Newton gives young Charlie:
_ _ _ _ _ _ (2, 5), fruit, green thread

What radio station (with studios in Santa Rosa and Vallejo) is playing while Charlie is in the garage suffocating? _ _ _ _ (3, 11)

What will Uncle Charlie think of when he remembers Santa Rosa?
hospitality, kindness and (3,2) _ _ _ _ _

What magazine is Mr. Newton holding when we first meet him?

(1,4) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

What does Uncle Charlie do while the rest of the Newtons carry his bags at the train station?

_ _ _ _ _ _ a (3,10) _ _ _ _ _ (1,10)

What handmade item do you see in both Uncle Charlie's room in the flophouse and in the Newton's living room? (Behind Ann as she reads on the floor) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (3,8) _ _ _ _ _ _

What book is Ann reading? (3,4) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (1,11)

What is the telegram lady's name? (1,7) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

What city is one of the murder victims from?
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (2, 4) Massachusetts

Waitress at the bar, also a classmate of Young Charlie's
(3, 12) _ _ _ _ _ _ (1,2) _ _ _ _ _

Name of the bar: _ _ _ ' _ _ _ (3,13)

According to Mr Newton, the best way to murder someone is to hit them on the head with a
_ _ _ _ _ (1, 13) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (3, 6)

Young Charlie won a debate against
_ _ _ _ (1,6) (3,3) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ High School

What is Uncle Charlie's motto?
_ _ _ _ _ ' _ (3,5) the (1,9) _ _ _ _ _

What name does Mrs. Newton think the waltz is?
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (1,12)

What gift does Uncle Charlie give young Charlie in the kitchen?
(3,14) _ _ _ _

What male Saint is mentioned twice ? (2,3) _ _ _ _

What beverage does Mr. Newton want after work? _ _ _ _ (1,5)

What is the Traffic cop's name? (2,1) _ _ _ _ _ _

Where is Detective Graham staying in Fresno?
Hotel (3,15) _ _ _ _ _ _ _

How many steps to the drugstore and back (according to Roger)?
_ _ _ (1,1)

What is the other detective's last name? (1,8) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (3,9)


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