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Almost Useless Movie Trivia VII
Can you name the movie by the line of trivia from IMDb?
Updated Sep 18, 2015
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Almost Useless Movie Trivia VI
In the opening title sequence, Rod Serling can be seen in the reflection of the eye.
The famous depiction of galloping horses by using coconut shells came about because the production couldn't afford real horses.
The costume budget for the film was $1 million. Robert de Niro had 70 different costumes and Sharon Stone had 40. Both actors were allowed to keep their costumes.
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).
The [title character] makeup took 7 to 8 hours to apply and 2 hours to remove. Because of this, the lead actor only worked alternate days.
Despite their on-screen chemistry, Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman never appeared in another movie together after this one.
Was rejected by the Oscars for the Best Documentary category in 1989 because it was considered to be a fictional film due to its scripted content.
Alfred Hitchcock couldn't get permission to film inside the UN, so a hidden camera was used to gather footage of the building's interior. The rooms were recreated on a soundstage.
The title refers to the number of movies Fellini had directed up to that point: six features, two short films, and 'half a picture' (which he co-directed), for a total of 7 1/2.
The [title character] suit was so hot and heavy that Peter Weller was losing 3 pounds a day from water loss. Eventually, an air conditioner was installed in the suit.
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'.
To help his young leads bond, Peter Weir had them all room together.
The reenactments of scenes from The Prince and the Showgirl were filmed on the same soundstage that the original was filmed on.
Most of Jennifer Coolidge's lines were made up on the spot; according to the producers, it was almost impossible to get her to memorize the script.
The phrase 'old sport' is said 55 times during the movie; all but four of those times are delivered by Leonardo DiCaprio.
This is the first sequel Kate Winslet has ever done.
Michael Cera's mother actually read the script before he did; she was the one who convinced him to try out for the part.
The writers considered up to 27 different emotions, but settled on five (Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear, and Anger) to make it less complicated.
Bill Anderson's boat flies the flag of Sweden, native country of both ABBA and Stellan Skarsgård.
During on-location shoots, Jean-Pierre Jeunet and the crew would clean the area of debris, grime, trash and graffiti, so that the film would more closely match his fantasy.
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