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Updated May 22, 2013
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Many of the interior features of the Nostromo came from airplane graveyards.
John Lithgow, Dudley Moore, and Jeff Goldblum were all considered for the role of Doc Brown.
Many of the actors who played the Nazis were in fact German Jews who had escaped from Nazi Germany.
Noah Cross is a reference to the Biblical character of Noah with all the associated connotations about water.
Anthony Burgess originally sold the movie rights to Mick Jagger for $500 when he needed quick cash.
In the 'road-tarring' sequence, the actors actually blacktopped a mile-long stretch of highway for the county.
After filming, William Friedkin brought production to 666 Fifth Avenue.
Kurt Russell has said that he did the voice of Elvis Presley (uncredited) in the film.
Marlon Brando did not memorize most of his lines and read from cue cards during most of the film.
The F-word is used 296 times for an average of 2.04 per minute.
The actual escape from Stalag Luft III occurred on March 24 - which was Steve McQueen's birthday
Author Peter Benchley was thrown off the set after objecting to the climax.
John Huston made Mary Astor run around the set before her scenes to give her a breathless, nervous appearance on screen.
Neo is often referred to as the 'One,' which is an anagram of 'Neo.'
Many of the snakes in the Well of Souls are not snakes but legless lizards (look for the earholes, which snakes lack).
Walt Disney refused to let the director film at Disneyland because he had made this 'disgusting movie.'
A 'KILLIANS RED' neon sign at the pawn shop is partially lit. It reads 'KILL ED.'
Oliver Stone wrote this film while fighting a cocaine addiction.
Ironically, the set decorator on the film's Polish crew was Ewa Braun, which is almost the same name as Adolf Hitler's wife.
Stephen King sold the film rights of his novella for a dollar.
The 'snowy' maze near the conclusion of the movie consisted of 900 tons of salt and crushed Styrofoam.
It was the second film to gross more than $100 million at the US box office. The first was 'Jaws.'
Anthony Perkins auditioned for the Jack Lemmon role.
Robert De Niro has said that 'You talkin' to me?' was inspired by Bruce Springsteen's banter with his audience.
The idea for this movie started only with the concept of a movie poster of five guys in a lineup.
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