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Since the advent of deposit insurance we have seen few if any runs on banks in the US and the rest of the developed world. However for the last several weeks we have seen a run on the banks in Greece. This assignment has you look at bank runs, their cause and possible solutions. Although we have not seen real bank runs, almost everyone has seen two movies that include bank runs. One is now a Holiday Classic and the other is a Children’s Musical. Name the two movies. What precipitates the bank run in the Holiday Classic? What precipitates the bank run in the Children’s Musical? A bank becomes illiquid when it runs out of available cash to pay off depositors. Explain how a bank becoming illiquid often results in it becoming insolvent (going from a positive to a negative net worth.) What do you think has caused the run on Greek Banks? Up until a few days ago, what was the ECB (European Central Bank) trying to do to shore up Greek Banks?
I have no clue what movies my professor is talking about for this assignments..
Mary Poppins is a bank run movie?? :o
is a wonderful life ive never heard of
are you just naming movies
No. I was answering one of my questions. You would know that if you read the question.
oh lol ok ;)
Yes. And please leave me alone. I don't like being harassed by you.
im not harrassing you
Does the lesson list movies or should I provide some titles?
You've messaged me 9 times in the past four days.
The two moves ive already listed above- Mary Poppins and its a wonderful life.
Sorry @misssunshinexxoxo that comment was for Tyler
It did not list any movies.. I found the two on google
Do you need summaries for this assignment?
Yes. I still need to answer the other 5 questions
Mary Poppins is a 1964 American musical fantasy film directed by Robert Stevenson and produced by Walt Disney, with songs written and composed by the Sherman Brothers. The screenplay is by Bill Walsh and Don DaGradi, loosely based on P. L. Travers' book series of the same name. The film, which combines live-action and animation, stars Julie Andrews in the titular role of a magical nanny who visits a dysfunctional family in London and employs her unique brand of lifestyle to improve the family's dynamic. wingspan Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, and Glynis Johns are featured in supporting roles. The film was shot entirely at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California. Mary Poppins was released on August 27, 1964, to universal acclaim, receiving a total of thirteen Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture—an unsurpassed record for any other film released by the Walt Disney Studios—and won five; Best Actress for Andrews, Best Film Editing, Best Original Music Score, Best Visual Effects, and Best Original Song for "Chim Chim Cher-ee". In 2013, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant"
Well actually I dont think the answer has to be a summarie just an answer.. Let me check
It's a Wonderful Life is a 1946 American Christmas fantasy comedy-drama film produced and directed by Frank Capra, based on the short story "The Greatest Gift", which Philip Van Doren Stern wrote in 1939 and published privately in 1945. The film is now considered one of the most popular films in American cinema and due to numerous television showings in the 1980s has become traditional viewing during the Christmas season. The film stars James Stewart as George Bailey, a man who has given up his dreams in order to help others and whose imminent suicide on Christmas Eve brings about the intervention of his guardian angel, Clarence Odbody (Henry Travers). Clarence shows George all the lives he has touched and how different life in his community of Bedford Falls would be had he never been born. Despite initially performing poorly at the box office because of high production costs and stiff competition at the time of its release, the film has come to be regarded as a classic and is a staple of Christmas television in many households. Theatrically, the film's break-even point was $6.3 million, approximately twice the production cost, a figure it never came close to achieving in its initial release. An appraisal in 2006 reported: "Although it was not the complete box office failure that today everyone believes ... it was initially a major disappointment and confirmed, at least to the studios, that Capra was no longer capable of turning out the populist features that made his films the must-see, money-making events they once were." It's a Wonderful Life is one of the most critically acclaimed films ever made. It was nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Picture and has been recognized by the American Film Institute as one of the 100 best American films ever made, placing number 11 on its initial 1998 greatest movie list, and would also place number one on its list of the most inspirational American films of all time. Capra revealed that this was his personal favorite among the films he directed and that he screened it for his family every Christmas season
Oh um thank you but that doesnt answer the questions...
Just rephrase these and answer the question
The questions are- - What precipitates the bank run in the Holiday Classic? - What precipitates the bank run in the Children’s Musical? - A bank becomes illiquid when it runs out of available cash to pay off depositors. Explain how a bank becoming illiquid often results in it becoming insolvent (going from a positive to a negative net worth.) - What do you think has caused the run on Greek Banks? - Up until a few days ago, what was the ECB (European Central Bank) trying to do to shore up Greek Banks?
the tenseness in her voice
ok thought you needed summaries
No sorry for the miscommunication
Are you asking how they and why it happened?
Ok please understand. In order to answer the two questions about stories, please rephrase them with those summaries. It's the only way.
Um im honestly not sure.. Its been a while since ive watched Mary Poppins (its difficult to watch after seeing Saving Mr. Banks) and ive never heard of the other one till a few hours ago.
You must provide examples and answer the question DIRECTLY as followed in the question to match a rubric
Rephrase and show your knowledge on that film of mary poppins. Reread the questions. Name the two movies. What precipitates the bank run in the Holiday Classic? What precipitates the bank run in the Children’s Musical?
Holiday is it's a wonderful life and musical is marry poppins
Yes I know that.
So use those summaries I provided you and rephrase it to answer those kindly
I barely know what I bank run is. And I dont remember Mary Poppins having anything to do with banks . And again Ive never seen the other one.
Did you select these or is it from lesson? What course is this regarding?
I have no clue where you got this from "You must provide examples and answer the question DIRECTLY as followed in the question to match a rubric" I dont have any rubric to follow
Ok I thought this was a social science course your doing. Seems like a writing assignment
Movies are examples
I got the answer from these two links- https://books.google.com/books?id=UR09AAAAQBAJ&pg=PA236&lpg=PA236&dq=bank+run+movies&source=bl&ots=nJZnK5e4Mq&sig=8895BHQaody5hw2-xET0NiXQ71o&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CEwQ6AEwB2oVChMI0tefgL7exgIVS5keCh2bRQlg#v=onepage&q=bank%20run%20movies&f=false http://www.quora.com/Which-movies-depict-bank-runs
I did not select these from a list. This is for Macroeconomics which is a type of social science course.
I have not done anything on bank runs for any lessons or discussions in this course until now. Its an extra credit assignment.
I just suppose to simply answer the questions.
Ok. Quora isn't really a reliable source maybe call the teacher and double check
Okay. Well ive never heard of the site till today. Also I got the answer from the book link (which is not my personal book for the course)
Ok I'm wondering how these books are answering this question? It's asking you to explain summaries of how those books relate to the Greek run and secondly how What do you think has caused the run on Greek Banks? Up until a few days ago, what was the ECB (European Central Bank) trying to do to shore up Greek Banks?
What? Where are you getting books from?
What are you talking about??? Summaries? Books?
I'm talking about those links you provided me
The links only answered the first question "Name the two movies."
And the two movies are only used to answer these two questions- What precipitates the bank run in the Holiday Classic? What precipitates the bank run in the Children’s Musical?
Please show me what you've written and I could help better understand you
K. - Name the two movies. • Mary Poppins • It's a Wonderful Life - What precipitates the bank run in the Holiday Classic? - What precipitates the bank run in the Children’s Musical? - A bank becomes illiquid when it runs out of available cash to pay off depositors. Explain how a bank becoming illiquid often results in it becoming insolvent (going from a positive to a negative net worth.) - What do you think has caused the run on Greek Banks? - Up until a few days ago, what was the ECB (European Central Bank) trying to do to shore up Greek Banks?
As I said above I have only answered one
"What precipitates the bank run in the Holiday Classic? - What precipitates the bank run in the Children’s Musical? " What did you write for these? Show me your work kindly and I could help you more. My recommendation is to answer these DIRECTLY and I could better assist. No problem. Let's take this step by step
On OS our initiative is to help students and answer questions. I could guide you on how to write or paraphrase this.
I do NOT have any of the questions answered but the first one. I dont know how to answer them that's why im asking for help.
I dont need guiding on how to write or paraphrase answers to these 5 questions. I need guidance to the answers
That's what I'm trying to explain.For example, Based upon Mary Poppins, this relates to the bank run because etc
Show similarity when writing this and brainstorm.
What? This is not a writing assignment. Omg @Keigh2015 please say you can help me
@misssunshinexxoxo is correct.
On what she said.
On what exactly? Im confused on almost everything
On explaining how to do the assignment
By making up rubrics, summaries and books?
I appropriate the help but id like to understand everything
You had Google book links which I reviewed. Did the best possibly to answer this in my ability. @vera_ewing
I had one. And I did say that it was not my book for the course. I googled the question and found the answer.. But you made up that I have a rubric which I dont
And the link to the book shows a sentence that answers the first question thats it
I'm saying if this is a course the best way to answer a rubric or meet satisfactory requirement of an instructor is to answer this directly.
Relate those movies to answer these What precipitates the bank run in the Holiday Classic? - What precipitates the bank run in the Children’s Musical?
Yes I understand that. And answering the questions directly is the plan
I dont know what a bank run is. And I havent seen Mary Poppins in years. The only thing I remember about it is a lady shows up and takes in these kids to be their nanny. And ive never seen or heard of the other one.
Ok let's solve this and come to a solution. Please answer how these relate based upon the book you showed me in google and explain them by reading those summaries
That's why I showed those summaries above
My book for the course doesn't have bank run any where in it.
Ok somehow, you need to place that into your response towards answering it. Locate this material. Bank run seems related to Greece.
Why would I put that bank run isnt in my book into my answer? And where am I suppose to locate that? Google?
"What precipitates" is the key word. How it relates into these movies is what we are looking for
Do you know anything about economics, macroeconomics or bank run?
Yes I've taken economics honors
We need to explain how bank run is involved into these films. "A bank run is typically the result of panic, rather than a true insolvency on the part of the bank; however, the bank does risk default as more and more individuals withdraw funds - what began as panic can turn into a true default situation."
Um okay.. But I don't remember banks in Mary Poppins
This shall help http://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/dec/07/pl-travers-saving-mr-banks-original-mary-poppins
How? Ive seen Saving Mr. Banks.
That didnt answer bank run.. It discussed how Walt Disney changed who Mary Poppins really was and in Saving Mr. Banks they explain who she was and her reason of being there.
Unfortunately, the occasion takes a disastrous turn when Mr. Dawes Sr., George's extremely elderly boss personally tries to persuade Michael to invest his money, which he intended to use to buy food from a local Bird Woman, to the point of stealing it out of the his hand. When he loudly protests, the other customers suddenly panic and start a bank run that forces it to suspend business. In the resulting chaos, the children flee in fear, wander into the slums of the East End and become lost. Fortunately, they literally run into Bert, currently employed as a chimney sweep. He takes them safely home while explaining that the incident at the bank does not mean their father hates them, but rather is a sign of the fact that he has preoccupying problems of his own.
Yes ive already figured that out.. Id message this to you but os wont allow me to.
Did you ever figure anything out about the bank run in marry poppins? I'm doing the same extra credit assignment and can't really find anything
Yes I did complete it
I found the answer on this website http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Mary_Poppins_(film) Under plot in paragraph 5. Starts with "George grows increasingly uncomfortable"