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1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.


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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.

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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.

(Brando proved too weird for Boorman; I assume his diaper was utterly ridiculous.)


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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.

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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.

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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.
6. Pedal steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow (of the Flying Burrito Brothers) was also a stop-motion animator that worked on The Terminator, Gremlins, Empire Strikes Back, Caveman, and others.

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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.
6. Pedal steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow (of the Flying Burrito Brothers) was also a stop-motion animator that worked on The Terminator, Gremlins, Empire Strikes Back, Caveman, and others.
7. In the opening credits of Death Proof, the "original" movie title "Thunderbolt" is seen for a split second. This references other grindhouse-style movies that often had alternate titles

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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.
6. Pedal steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow (of the Flying Burrito Brothers) was also a stop-motion animator that worked on The Terminator, Gremlins, Empire Strikes Back, Caveman, and others.
7. In the opening credits of Death Proof, the "original" movie title "Thunderbolt" is seen for a split second. This references other grindhouse-style movies that often had alternate titles
8. In Close Encounters of the Third Kind, François Truffaut was continually trying to improve his English during production, and he was self-conscious of his heavy French accent. When he delivered the line "they belong here more than we," several crew members thought that he had said "zey belong here, Mozambique." Several T-shirts were printed with this quote as a joke.

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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.
6. Pedal steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow (of the Flying Burrito Brothers) was also a stop-motion animator that worked on The Terminator, Gremlins, Empire Strikes Back, Caveman, and others.
7. In the opening credits of Death Proof, the "original" movie title "Thunderbolt" is seen for a split second. This references other grindhouse-style movies that often had alternate titles
8. In Close Encounters of the Third Kind, François Truffaut was continually trying to improve his English during production, and he was self-conscious of his heavy French accent. When he delivered the line "they belong here more than we," several crew members thought that he had said "zey belong here, Mozambique." Several T-shirts were printed with this quote as a joke.
9. In Sea of Love, Pacino's character is Frank Keller. Ellen Barkin's character's first name is Helen. If their characters would have gotten married her name would be Helen Keller.

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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.
6. Pedal steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow (of the Flying Burrito Brothers) was also a stop-motion animator that worked on The Terminator, Gremlins, Empire Strikes Back, Caveman, and others.
7. In the opening credits of Death Proof, the "original" movie title "Thunderbolt" is seen for a split second. This references other grindhouse-style movies that often had alternate titles
8. In Close Encounters of the Third Kind, François Truffaut was continually trying to improve his English during production, and he was self-conscious of his heavy French accent. When he delivered the line "they belong here more than we," several crew members thought that he had said "zey belong here, Mozambique." Several T-shirts were printed with this quote as a joke.
9. In Sea of Love, Pacino's character is Frank Keller. Ellen Barkin's character's first name is Helen. If their characters would have gotten married her name would be Helen Keller.
10. When Harvey Weinstein obtained the North-American distribution rights to Princess Mononoke, he approached director Hayao Miyazaki and insisted on a shorter version of the film that would be better attuned to American audiences. However, Miyazaki was still so upset by the heavily cut version of his Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) (released as 'Warriors of the Wind') that he angrily left the meeting. Several days later, Studio Ghibli producer Toshio Suzuki sent a katana sword to Weinstein's office with 'NO CUTS' embedded into its blade. The film was later released in the USA in its uncut version. When asked about the incident in an interview, Miyazaki simply smiled and stated "I defeated him"


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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.
6. Pedal steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow (of the Flying Burrito Brothers) was also a stop-motion animator that worked on The Terminator, Gremlins, Empire Strikes Back, Caveman, and others.
7. In the opening credits of Death Proof, the "original" movie title "Thunderbolt" is seen for a split second. This references other grindhouse-style movies that often had alternate titles
8. In Close Encounters of the Third Kind, François Truffaut was continually trying to improve his English during production, and he was self-conscious of his heavy French accent. When he delivered the line "they belong here more than we," several crew members thought that he had said "zey belong here, Mozambique." Several T-shirts were printed with this quote as a joke.
9. In Sea of Love, Pacino's character is Frank Keller. Ellen Barkin's character's first name is Helen. If their characters would have gotten married her name would be Helen Keller.
10. When Harvey Weinstein obtained the North-American distribution rights to Princess Mononoke, he approached director Hayao Miyazaki and insisted on a shorter version of the film that would be better attuned to American audiences. However, Miyazaki was still so upset by the heavily cut version of his Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) (released as 'Warriors of the Wind') that he angrily left the meeting. Several days later, Studio Ghibli producer Toshio Suzuki sent a katana sword to Weinstein's office with 'NO CUTS' embedded into its blade. The film was later released in the USA in its uncut version. When asked about the incident in an interview, Miyazaki simply smiled and stated "I defeated him"
11. The set decoration and lighting in the "egg chamber" scene of Alien were so dark that it made the depth of field hard to see on film. To fix this, Ridley Scott made a horizontal grid using laser lights borrowed from the studio next door, where The Who were testing them for a stage show.

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[quote="BL"]13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.
6. Pedal steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow (of the Flying Burrito Brothers) was also a stop-motion animator that worked on The Terminator, Gremlins, Empire Strikes Back, Caveman, and others.
7. In the opening credits of Death Proof, the "original" movie title "Thunderbolt" is seen for a split second. This references other grindhouse-style movies that often had alternate titles
8. In Close Encounters of the Third Kind, François Truffaut was continually trying to improve his English during production, and he was self-conscious of his heavy French accent. When he delivered the line "they belong here more than we," several crew members thought that he had said "zey belong here, Mozambique." Several T-shirts were printed with this quote as a joke.
9. In Sea of Love, Pacino's character is Frank Keller. Ellen Barkin's character's first name is Helen. If their characters would have gotten married her name would be Helen Keller.
10. When Harvey Weinstein obtained the North-American distribution rights to Princess Mononoke, he approached director Hayao Miyazaki and insisted on a shorter version of the film that would be better attuned to American audiences. However, Miyazaki was still so upset by the heavily cut version of his Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) (released as 'Warriors of the Wind') that he angrily left the meeting. Several days later, Studio Ghibli producer Toshio Suzuki sent a katana sword to Weinstein's office with 'NO CUTS' embedded into its blade. The film was later released in the USA in its uncut version. When asked about the incident in an interview, Miyazaki simply smiled and stated "I defeated him"
11. The set decoration and lighting in the "egg chamber" scene of Alien were so dark that it made the depth of field hard to see on film. To fix this, Ridley Scott made a horizontal grid using laser lights borrowed from the studio next door, where The Who were testing them for a stage show.
12. Trainspotting's "Worst Toilet in Scotland" set was covered in chocolate and, according to the cast, smelled delicious.

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13 Obscure Movie Trivia

1. The original version of The Passion of Joan of Arc was lost for 52 years until a print was discovered in a Norwegian asylum's janitorial closet.
2. John Huston and Humphrey Bogart were among the few on the set of The African Queen to avoid contracting dysentery from the drinking water -- because they only drank whisky.
3. John Boorman originally approached Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to play the Reynolds and Voight parts in Deliverance.
4. During the early stages of filming Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, Tori Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible.
5. Dustin Hoffman wanted to play the role of Dewey Wilson in Wolfen but director Michael Wadleigh turned him down, as he really wanted to work with Albert Finney, his favorite actor. It's the only time that Hoffman was rejected for a part.
6. Pedal steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow (of the Flying Burrito Brothers) was also a stop-motion animator that worked on The Terminator, Gremlins, Empire Strikes Back, Caveman, and others.
7. In the opening credits of Death Proof, the "original" movie title "Thunderbolt" is seen for a split second. This references other grindhouse-style movies that often had alternate titles
8. In Close Encounters of the Third Kind, François Truffaut was continually trying to improve his English during production, and he was self-conscious of his heavy French accent. When he delivered the line "they belong here more than we," several crew members thought that he had said "zey belong here, Mozambique." Several T-shirts were printed with this quote as a joke.
9. In Sea of Love, Pacino's character is Frank Keller. Ellen Barkin's character's first name is Helen. If their characters would have gotten married her name would be Helen Keller.
10. When Harvey Weinstein obtained the North-American distribution rights to Princess Mononoke, he approached director Hayao Miyazaki and insisted on a shorter version of the film that would be better attuned to American audiences. However, Miyazaki was still so upset by the heavily cut version of his Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) (released as 'Warriors of the Wind') that he angrily left the meeting. Several days later, Studio Ghibli producer Toshio Suzuki sent a katana sword to Weinstein's office with 'NO CUTS' embedded into its blade. The film was later released in the USA in its uncut version. When asked about the incident in an interview, Miyazaki simply smiled and stated "I defeated him"
11. The set decoration and lighting in the "egg chamber" scene of Alien were so dark that it made the depth of field hard to see on film. To fix this, Ridley Scott made a horizontal grid using laser lights borrowed from the studio next door, where The Who were testing them for a stage show.
12. Trainspotting's "Worst Toilet in Scotland" set was covered in chocolate and, according to the cast, smelled delicious.
13. The helicopter pilot at the end of Predator is actor Kevin Peter Hall - who was the man behind the Predator mask.


Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney

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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.


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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.

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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.

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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.

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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
6. Horror and cult movie actor Michael Berryman was working in a florist's shop in Venice Beach when he was discovered by producer George Pal. He first appeared in a Doc Savage movie and followed that up with the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.

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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
6. Horror and cult movie actor Michael Berryman was working in a florist's shop in Venice Beach when he was discovered by producer George Pal. He first appeared in a Doc Savage movie and followed that up with the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
7. As a teenager, Christopher Walken performed in the circus as a lion tamer.

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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
6. Horror and cult movie actor Michael Berryman was working in a florist's shop in Venice Beach when he was discovered by producer George Pal. He first appeared in a Doc Savage movie and followed that up with the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
7. As a teenager, Christopher Walken performed in the circus as a lion tamer.
8. David Arquette enjoys crocheting and knitting. He has knitted scarves for charities to help them raise money.

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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
6. Horror and cult movie actor Michael Berryman was working in a florist's shop in Venice Beach when he was discovered by producer George Pal. He first appeared in a Doc Savage movie and followed that up with the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
7. As a teenager, Christopher Walken performed in the circus as a lion tamer.
8. David Arquette enjoys crocheting and knitting. He has knitted scarves for charities to help them raise money.
9. The scene in Cabin Fever where the female character accidentally shaved her skin off while shaving her legs actually happened to Eli Roth while he was suffering from an infection while visiting Iceland. The difference, though, is that Eli Roth was shaving his face.

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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
6. Horror and cult movie actor Michael Berryman was working in a florist's shop in Venice Beach when he was discovered by producer George Pal. He first appeared in a Doc Savage movie and followed that up with the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
7. As a teenager, Christopher Walken performed in the circus as a lion tamer.
8. David Arquette enjoys crocheting and knitting. He has knitted scarves for charities to help them raise money.
9. The scene in Cabin Fever where the female character accidentally shaved her skin off while shaving her legs actually happened to Eli Roth while he was suffering from an infection while visiting Iceland. The difference, though, is that Eli Roth was shaving his face.
10. During the filming of The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio slept in actual animal carcasses and ate raw bison meat

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Sat Feb 10, 2018 7:16 am
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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
6. Horror and cult movie actor Michael Berryman was working in a florist's shop in Venice Beach when he was discovered by producer George Pal. He first appeared in a Doc Savage movie and followed that up with the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
7. As a teenager, Christopher Walken performed in the circus as a lion tamer.
8. David Arquette enjoys crocheting and knitting. He has knitted scarves for charities to help them raise money.
9. The scene in Cabin Fever where the female character accidentally shaved her skin off while shaving her legs actually happened to Eli Roth while he was suffering from an infection while visiting Iceland. The difference, though, is that Eli Roth was shaving his face.
10. During the filming of The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio slept in actual animal carcasses and ate raw bison meat
11. Tom Hanks collects vintage typewriters and owns over 200, some of which date back to the 30's

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Sat Feb 10, 2018 10:33 am
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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
6. Horror and cult movie actor Michael Berryman was working in a florist's shop in Venice Beach when he was discovered by producer George Pal. He first appeared in a Doc Savage movie and followed that up with the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
7. As a teenager, Christopher Walken performed in the circus as a lion tamer.
8. David Arquette enjoys crocheting and knitting. He has knitted scarves for charities to help them raise money.
9. The scene in Cabin Fever where the female character accidentally shaved her skin off while shaving her legs actually happened to Eli Roth while he was suffering from an infection while visiting Iceland. The difference, though, is that Eli Roth was shaving his face.
10. During the filming of The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio slept in actual animal carcasses and ate raw bison meat
11. Tom Hanks collects vintage typewriters and owns over 200, some of which date back to the 30's
12. While in Italy in 1966, William Holden killed another driver in a drunk-driving incident. He received an eight-month suspended sentence for vehicular manslaughter.


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Obscure trivia about 13 different actors

1. Dolph Lundgren has a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney
2. Charles Coburn was a member of the White Citizens' Councils, a group which opposed racial integration.
3. On the set of Another Time, Another Place, Lana Turner's jealous mobster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato confronted her co-star Sean Connery by pointing a gun at him, only to have Connery forcefully disarm and beat him. When Stompanato later turned up dead, rumors of Connery's involvement were so pervasive that he had to go into hiding for some time.
4. Daniel Stern is a bronze sculpture artist. He has created sculptures for public art projects as well as private commissions, gallery exhibitions and art fairs.
5. Carel Struycken (Twin Peaks) has his own website for spherical panoramic photography, which allows the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
6. Horror and cult movie actor Michael Berryman was working in a florist's shop in Venice Beach when he was discovered by producer George Pal. He first appeared in a Doc Savage movie and followed that up with the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
7. As a teenager, Christopher Walken performed in the circus as a lion tamer.
8. David Arquette enjoys crocheting and knitting. He has knitted scarves for charities to help them raise money.
9. The scene in Cabin Fever where the female character accidentally shaved her skin off while shaving her legs actually happened to Eli Roth while he was suffering from an infection while visiting Iceland. The difference, though, is that Eli Roth was shaving his face.
10. During the filming of The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio slept in actual animal carcasses and ate raw bison meat
11. Tom Hanks collects vintage typewriters and owns over 200, some of which date back to the 30's
12. While in Italy in 1966, William Holden killed another driver in a drunk-driving incident. He received an eight-month suspended sentence for vehicular manslaughter.
13. Nick Cage was paid $20 million for Superman Lives which was never filmed.

Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War

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1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War
6. Madagascar 3

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War
6. Madagascar 3
7. The Bourne Ultimatum

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War
6. Madagascar 3
7. The Bourne Ultimatum
8. Trois Couleurs: Rouge

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*flips table* Two Towers and Supremacy every day, every month, every year

Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War
6. Madagascar 3
7. The Bourne Ultimatum
8. Trois Couleurs: Rouge
9. The Wolf of Wallstreet


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*flips table* Two Towers and Supremacy every day, every month, every year

Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War
6. Madagascar 3
7. The Bourne Ultimatum
8. Trois Couleurs: Rouge
9. The Wolf of Wallstreet
10. Army of Darkness

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War
6. Madagascar 3
7. The Bourne Ultimatum
8. Trois Couleurs: Rouge
9. The Wolf of Wallstreet
10. Army of Darkness
11. Thor: Ragnarok

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War
6. Madagascar 3
7. The Bourne Ultimatum
8. Trois Couleurs: Rouge
9. The Wolf of Wallstreet
10. Army of Darkness
11. Thor: Ragnarok
12. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (of the prequel trilogy, at least).

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Trilogies where the third movie is actually the best one.

1. Kung Fu Panda 3
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. Toy Story 3
5. Captain America: Civil War
6. Madagascar 3
7. The Bourne Ultimatum
8. Trois Couleurs: Rouge
9. The Wolf of Wallstreet
10. Army of Darkness
11. Thor: Ragnarok
12. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (of the prequel trilogy, at least).
13. Star Wars: Episode VI

13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)

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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)

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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing

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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl

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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)

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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)
6. Southland Tales


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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)
6. Southland Tales
7. Manos: Hands of Fate

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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)
6. Southland Tales
7. Manos: Hands of Fate
8. Gods of Egypt (Best so-bad-it's-good film of 2016)


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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)
6. Southland Tales
7. Manos: Hands of Fate
8. Gods of Egypt (Best so-bad-it's-good film of 2016)
9. Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever

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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)
6. Southland Tales
7. Manos: Hands of Fate
8. Gods of Egypt (Best so-bad-it's-good film of 2016)
9. Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever
10. Showgirls

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I generally have a soft spot for parodies.

13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)
6. Southland Tales
7. Manos: Hands of Fate
8. Gods of Egypt (Best so-bad-it's-good film of 2016)
9. Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever
10. Showgirls
11. Vampires Suck

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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)
6. Southland Tales
7. Manos: Hands of Fate
8. Gods of Egypt (Best so-bad-it's-good film of 2016)
9. Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever
10. Showgirls
11. Vampires Suck
12. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets


Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:13 pm
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13 widely hated films that you can't help but love

1. Scary Movie (all 5 films)
2. The Village (my favorite Shyamalan, probably on my Top 3 for 2004)
3. Knowing
4. Tank Girl
5. Batman v Superman (u.e.)
6. Southland Tales
7. Manos: Hands of Fate
8. Gods of Egypt (Best so-bad-it's-good film of 2016)
9. Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever
10. Showgirls
11. Vampires Suck
12. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
13. Dune

although Dune is probably in a higher grade than most of the stuff on this list. Showgirls is un-ironically good though.


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13 Essential Movies from The Cannon Group/Cannon Films

1. Love Streams


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