Match the action or dialogue with the character in the film that carries out the action or speaks the dialogue.

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1.  Match the action or dialogue with the character in the film that carries out the action or speaks the dialogue. It is possible to use the same character more than once, or not at all.
 
1. Hector slain and dragged behind chariot
2. Accepts the Greeks’ gift (Trojan Horse)
3. Tells the gods he does not need them
4. Separates Odysseus’ ship from rest of the fleet with fog
5. Son of Poseidon, he eats Odysseus’ crewmen
6. Fills the bag with all the winds except the West wind
7. Turns the crew into animals
8. Offers an herb to Odysseus to protect him from spells
9. Tells Odysseus to find Tiresias in Hades
10. Is angered at the arrival of the suitors
11. Tells Odysseus that he is blinded, and does not see the journey
12. Warns Odysseus that “men are trying to steal your world”
a. Odysseus’ Mother
b. Polyphemus
c. Circe
d. Telemachus
e. Tiresias
f. Achilles
g. Hermes
h. Poseidon
i. Aeolus
j. Odysseus
k. King Priam
2.  Match the action or dialogue with the character in the film that carries out the action or speaks the dialogue. It is possible to use the same actor more than once, or not at all.
 
1. Promises to weave Odysseus’ death Shroud
2. Tells Odysseus to forget (his men and his home)
3. Calls the Assembly for help
4. Sends Telemachus to Sparta
5. Warns Calypso to free Odysseus
6. “Without gods, man is nothing”
7. “I was only one man in the world; nothing more, and nothing less.”
8. Disguises Odysseus as an old man
9. “Tomorrow, I will take my world back”
10. “Your crime is that you tried to steal my world.”
11. “I will never leave you.”
12. “Then in one day you have seen the whole world”
a. Poseidon
b. Odysseus
c. Athena
d. Hermes
e. Penelope
f. Calypso
g. Telemachus

 

 

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