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Alfred Hitchcock couldn't get permission to film inside the UN, so footage was made of the interior of the building using a hidden camera, and the rooms were later recreated.
Executive producer Mel Brooks hired director David Lynch. Brooks left his name off the credits, knowing people would get the wrong idea about the movie if they saw him credited.
The film is not actually 'Based on a true story'. The Coens later admitted that they added that disclaimer so the viewer would be more willing to suspend disbelief in the story.
The [title character] suit was so hot and heavy that Peter Weller was losing 3 lbs a day from water loss. Eventually, an air conditioner was installed in the suit.
Despite the chemistry between the two leads, Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman never appeared in another movie together, this being their one and only joint venture.
The last line added to the script was Dietrich's 'I am uncomfortable with this Jewish ritual', as the writers realized there was no mention of Jews or the Nazis' hatred of them.
Members of Pink Floyd used some of their personal profits from 'The Dark Side of the Moon' to fund this film.
Although it looks thoroughly offputting, the feces in the Worst Toilet in Scotland scene was actually made from chocolate and smelled quite pleasant.
On July 23, 1982, around 2:30 am, actor Vic Morrow, and two child actors, Renee Chen of 6 years, and My-ca Dinh Le of 7 years, were killed in an accident on the set.
The title refers to the number of movies Federico Fellini had directed up until that point - six features, two short films and 'half a picture' (co-directed), for a total of 7 1/2.
The [F-word] is said 422 times, including in the narration - 2.4 times per minute on average. The film also holds the Guinness world record for the most swearing in a film.
Roy Scheider didn't trust the special effects team to rescue him in case of an emergency during the 'sinking Orca' scene, so he hid axes and hatchets around the cabin just in case.
In light of the new evidence uncovered by the film, an evidentiary hearing was held, Adams' capital murder verdict was overturned, and he was released from prison in March 1989.
Alec Guinness claimed that it was his idea to have his character killed in the first film, so he 'wouldn't have to carry on saying these rubbish lines'.
In absolute terms, this movie made the largest financial loss of any movie to date, with a budget of $100 million and a total US gross of $4.41 million ($95.59 million loss).

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