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Buddy Ebsen was originally cast in this 1939 classic but became allergic to the silver makeup and had to be hospitalized.
Many of Tony Curtis' 'female' lines in this movie were dubbed because he couldn't maintain a high pitch in his voice.
David Lynch wanted to cast Molly Ringwald as Sandy in this film, but Ringwald's mother was so disgusted by the script she didn't pass it on to her daughter.
Woody Allen had intended this romantic comedy to be a much darker drama called 'Anhedonia' (named after the psychological condition of being unable to experience pleasure).
Conrad Veidt was the highest paid actor in this film (because he was on loan from MGM). He made more than Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains.
In this Hitchcock thriller, Cary Grant is only seven years younger than Jessie Royce Landis, the actress who played his on-screen mother.
Robert De Niro ad-libbed the line 'You talkin' to me?' in this film.
Harrison Ford's bout of dysentery caused his character to simply shoot the Arab swordsman in this movie instead of filming a lengthy sword fight.
Of all the films to win every Oscar they had been nominated for, this 2003 Peter Jackson-directed film had the most — eleven.
The word 'dude' is used 161 times in this 117-minute Coen brothers film.
The infamous apple pie in this 1999 comedy was purchased at Costco.
This Alfred Hitchcock film marks the first time a toilet had ever been seen flushing on screen.
The diner used in the movie 'The Sting' is the same one used in this Robert Zemeckis film.
In this film, Al Pacino repeatedly shouts “Hoo-ah,' which comes from the military acronym “HUA” which stands for “Heard, Understood, Acknowledged.”
This is the only movie to gross over $100 million that was based on an SNL skit.
Bill Murray turned down this title role that went to Tom Hanks.
Jack Nicholson turned down the chance to play the Al Pacino role in this film.
This Nia Vardalos starrer is the highest-grossing film never to reach number one in the U.S. Box Office.
This film's classic line 'I'll be back' was orginally scripted 'I'll come back.'
This drama was shot in sequence in order to help Russell Crowe better develop his character’s emotional and physical arc.
In this film, Clint Eastwood sings the song “I Talk to the Trees, But They Don’t Listen to Me.”
Doris Day turned down the 'cougar' role in this film.
Seventeen-percent of this film's budget was devoted to makeup.
Sweden banned this film from children under 11, claiming it showed parents being hostile to youths.
The use of the word 'Damn' in this film earned its producer a $5,000 fine.
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