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Walt Disney used this film as the basis for Disneyland's 'Jungle Cruise' attraction.
Mick Jagger auditioned for the lead role.
More money was spent on advertising and promotion for this film than on the film itself.
103 cars were wrecked during filming. At the time of release, this was a world record.
Producer Dino De Laurentiis had to set up his own distribution company, D.E.G., in order to get the film into theaters, as nobody else was willing to touch it.
Michael J. Pollard admitted in interviews that he borrowed his accent from Bob Dylan on the 'Blonde on Blonde' album.
Fred Smith, founder and owner of FedEx, makes a cameo appearance in the film.
The main character says that he wants the 'Red Ryder BB Gun' 28 times in this movie.
Two of the domesticated buffalo used in the production were borrowed from singer Neil Young.
Anne Hathaway based her performance on Hedy Lamarr, who was the original inspiration for Catwoman.
The submarine models built for this film were later used in 'Raiders of the Lost Ark.'
A police department in the Philippines ordered a print of this movie for use as a training film.
The word 'sir' is used 164 times during the movie — an average of once every 50 seconds.
Even though no music is played during the famed car chase, William Friedkin cut that sequence to the tempo of Carlos Santana's 'Black Magic Woman.'
The film's working title was 'Eggs, Beans and Chippendales.'
As the film was shot out of sequence, John Carpenter created a fear meter so the female lead would know what level of terror she should be exhibiting.
$20,000 was spent on Sean Connery's hairpiece.
This film and 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' were Adolf Hitler's favorite two movies.
Co-producer Rick Porras's wedding ring was the template for the One Ring.
Many of the nannies in the large queue of applicants for the job at the start of the film were actually men in drag.
Bosco chocolate syrup was used to simulate the blood in this film.
The title character is only seen on screen for less than nine minutes in total throughout the whole film.
The use of caller ID increased more than threefold after the release of this film.
Adjusted for inflation, this would be the third highest-grossing movie of all time.
Molly Ringwald was offered the female lead, but was forced to decline due to a busy schedule.
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