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In one of many references to the novel 'Lolita,' 'Lester Burnham' is an anagram for 'Humbert learns.'
John Milius originally wrote the script in 1969. It was then known as 'The Psychedelic Soldier.'
Also attending the London premiere were two flamingos, 50 red cardinals and starlings, and six penguins.
Many of the hats worn by passers-by in the futuristic streets of Los Angeles were actually baskets purchased from Pier One.
When promoting the film, the producers claimed it was real footage. Some people still believe it.
The filmmakers tried to get Bob Dylan to sing Burt Bacharach's famous song for the movie. He declined.
Hans Gruber was also the name of an adversary in 'Our Man Flint' with James Coburn.
Over 10 miles of electrical cable was required to light up the giant screen in the War Room set.
The first draft of this film was written as a musical.
This film was banned in Kansas upon its release on the grounds that it exhibited 'cruelty and tended to debase morals.'
Contrary to popular belief, this is not the first film to use the word 'damn.'
Burt Ward had to turn down the role of Benjamin Braddock due to his commitment to 'Batman.'
The picture takes place between 10:35 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. — slightly longer than the 84-minute running time.
This was the first film not released by a big six studio to gross over $400 million in the United States.
Originally, this movie ended with 'Ode to Joy,' not 'Auld Lang Syne.'
This film briefly held the box office record until it was beaten by 'Titanic.'
Roger O. Thornhill claims that the 'O' stands for 'nothing.' This is a reference to producer David O. Selznick whose 'O' also signified nothing.
Many extras in this film were authentic mental patients.
This film was banned in Vietnam because of its depiction of the Vietnamese.
For in-flight viewing, several airlines deleted the sequence in which Raymond reels off statistics on airline accidents.
The theatrical release of this film contains no female speaking parts. There are some in the 10th anniversary DVD, including Nina Siemaszko as McKlusky.
The Department of Veterans Affairs set up a special 800 number to help the hundreds of former soldiers who were traumatized after seeing the film.
O.J. Simpson was considered for the title role, but the producers feared he was 'too nice' to be taken seriously as a cold-blooded killer.
This is the most Oscar-nominated film (14 nominations) not to win in any of the acting categories.
Judy Garland's portrayal in this film was the main inspiration for the character of Mary Ann on 'Gilligan's Island.'
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