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Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)

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Killing Zoe (1994)

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  • Killing Zoe is directed & written by Roger Avery. He also was a writer for Pulp Fiction. I found two references to Pulp Fiction: In Killing Zoe Eric Stolz plays the role of Zed, who uses drugs. In Pulp Fiction "Zed" is a biker, on whose ass Marcellus gets medieval. Furthermore; Stolz appears in Pulp Fiction as a drug dealer. (Source: Observation) - Webmaster

 

Kindergarten Cop (1990)

  • I haven't seen the movie in a long time but when I watched it I noticed that the name of the town is the same as the towns name in the Goonies in fact if you look in the background in the scenes where the kids are reciting the address you can see the rock and the beach used in the Goonies. - Ash
    • Comment: It's a well known fact that both the movies Kindergarten Cop and The Goonies were filmed in Astoria, Oregon. - Sonja
    • Comment: Yes this is true, the name of the town in Kindergarten Cop is Astoria, the same town in The Goonies AND Short Circuit. (Source: myself) - Roon

 

King Kong (1933)

  • Ok this is from a man I used to know...he worked as some kind of proofreading thing on films. Forgive me for not knowing the exact name of it. But anyway he used to punch holes along the edge of the film to kick up the lamp if there was a dark scene. OK now he was around when King Kong came out. And he SAW the Deleted Spider scene. The director had to cut it out because it was too graphic and it was all people talked about after walking out the theater during the first premiers. So with Tears in his eyes he cut the scene out Himself. No one has ever seen this missing footage. It's pretty unlikely anyone ever will. But on the chance there is An ORIGINAL Copy out there. Let us Know about it. Please E-mail me if you've heard anything about it. - Large Marge 9001
  • The model of King Kong was really 16 inches tall. - Movie Man

 

Kingpin (1996)

  • New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens plays the jealous boyfriend who wants to pick a fight with Randy Quaid. - Will
  • The scene where Woody Harrelson's character loses his hand was shot in a bowling alley in Rochester, Pennsylvania - a town about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh. This bowling alley was also used to film part of Wonder Boys starring Michael Douglas, however, it was not shown as a bowling alley. (Source: I've bowled there!) - Reed029

 

Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (2002)

  • In the movie the actress that plays the woman who makes those sound is not actually in the movie. She is one of the many actors, and backgrounds that were another movie that was added to movie with voice overs. (Source: Video) - TAZ
    • Comment: Ummm no fucking shit. That's what the whole movie is supposed to be. An old Chinese movie with The actor/director sliced in. Thanks for pointing out the obvious. I will let you know this though. The writer/director/actor of Kung pow was the writer/director of Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. (Source: I watched the movie) - marcera

 

L.A. Confidential (1997)

  • Because the character that Russell Crowe played in the movie was supposed to be a non-drinker, Crowe himself gave up drinking for the 5 1/2 months that the movie took to film. He says it was the worst time in his entire life. - Cathy
    • Correction: Russell Crowe's character DID drink in the movie. When he first talked to Kim Basinger, she offered him a drink and he told her he liked straight Scotch. (Source: the movie) - Gibborino
    • Correction: Russell Crowe didn't give up drinking for the movie, but since his character, Bud White drank Scotch. Much to Russell's displeasure, he voiced some disagreement with this to James Ellroy, the Author of LA Confidential. (Source: Russell Crowe: A life in Stories) - Antoinette

 

Ladyhawke (1985)

  • Rick Moranis auditioned for the role that was given to 'Ferris Bueller' star Matthew Broderick. - Rebecca-Lynn

 

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)

  • Angelina Jolie's real father is John Voight. In the movie, Lara Croft's father is played by John Voight. - stevo
  • Angelina Jolie and her father, Jon Voight, were actually not on good terms before they appeared in the film together. Jolie said reuniting with her father was one of the reasons she chose the role. (Source: Magazine interview) - Kinderbat13

 

Last Boy Scout, The (1991)

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  • At the beginning of the movie in the muddy football game there is a scene where the running back pulls out a gun and starts shooting the defensive players in order to score a touchdown. This running back is none other than Mr. Tai-bo himself, Billy Blanks. Though his short role stated just before he offs himself, "Isn't life a B*&%$". I don't believe it can be that bad with the money he's making now with Tai-bo. (Source: movie) - Kid Dragon

 

Lavender Hill Mob, The (1951)

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  • In the movie the lavender hill mob 1951 Alec Guinness gives a cop the license plate of a car he said was following him. The first 3 numbers of the license plate are thx. An insightful bit of trivia about Mr. George Lucas and his fondness for English movies and Alec Guinness. - Jeff

 

Liar Liar (1997)

  • During the final scene with Jim Carrey on the stretcher, the fireman in the background directing the action is Jim himself, making a cameo appearance as "Fire Marshall Bill", his character from In Living Color. - Tmoney
  • The bathroom scene where Jim Carrey is beating himself up, he jumps into the wall and falls back and hits his head on the ground. That is the actual sound of his head hitting the ground. Ouch!!! - Devo

 

License to Kill (1989)

  • At the beginning of the climax, Bond is doing his Indiana Jones Stunt (hanging from the bottom of the truck) and Sanchez shoots at him. You can hear the Bond theme played with the ricocheting bullets. - Bob
  • I heard during an interview back when this movie was released that the scene at the end when Bond (Timothy Dalton) drops off the plane on to the tanker trucks that he did the stunt himself and busted up his shins really bad when he slipped partway between the cars and his feet dragged along the ground. (Source: Interview) - The Equalizer

 

Life (1999)

  • In the scene where Eddie Murphy gets into a fight with "Goldmouth", he makes a comment saying "I know a bitch named Della that hits harder than you". He is referring to his fight scene with Della Reese in Harlem Nights back in 1989. (Source: Saw the movie) - lil penny

 

Like Mike (2002)

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  • The "magical sneakers" in Like Mike are actual models. They are called the Nike Blazer and was released back in 1975 as the first Nike basketball sneaker released. - Max Gardner

 

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

 

Lionheart (1990)

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  • Throughout this movie there are two Foreign Legion agents following Jean Claud Van Damme trying to capture him and take him back to base. Believe it or not the bald headed, bearded agent is the one and only Michel Qissi (Tong Po) from the final battle of Van Damme's "Kickboxer". He was only a oriental look alike from what I was understood. This was the reason why he got the role of Tong Po in the first place including his Muay Thai backround. (Source: Movie) - Kid Dragon

 

Lion King, The (1995)

 

Little Mermaid, The (1989)

 

  • On the cover of this movie there is a big, gold, city with all sparkling towers. The front tower in the middle of the cover is the shape of an erected penis. - MetallicA RaF
    • Correction: According to Snopes.com that statement is false. (Source: Snopes.com) - Webmaster
  • On the part where Eric is getting married to the "fake Ariel" (really Ursula) and the priest is saying "dearly beloved"...his penis plops out (wet dream, maybe?) - Didurt
    • Correction: If you look just a little closer, you will see that that is his knee, nothing else. - Sandy
      • Correction: In the scene where Eric is marrying Ursula in disguise, the priest (for about 2 seconds) is sporting a boner. This is true. It is not his knee. He never lifts his leg so it could not be his knee. - Sonja
        • Correction: Ok, so we all know about the priest's boner in the wedding scene...well honestly, it is not his penis or his knee...it is his elbow. Yes, you can tell if you really look (I have no life hehe). But we can pretend it's his *thang* can't we?? ^_^ - Usagi Tsukino
        • Correction: It is not a boner. It is in fact his knee - look it up at snopes.com, under Disney. - sara
          • Correction: The priest does get a boner when Eric and Ursula are getting wed. My sister and one of my classes agree with me. ( Yes I do have plenty of time on my hands ) I think that these scenes are funny but should not be in Disney movies. - Usagi T


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  • On the cover of the old edition cover, there are waves surrounding Eric and Ariel. In the top right corner of this wave are the letters f,u,c, and k. - Joe
  • Right in the beginning as the camera pans the crowd awaiting the entrance of king Neptune, in the crowd you can see goofy, Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck eating popcorn. - keeper
    • Comment: I'd like to confirm the Micky, Donald and Goofy thing in the audience in the beginning. They are really there people. - Usagi Tsukino
    • Explanation: Actually, in every single Disney cartoon movie after Walt died, there is a hidden Mickey. Pretty Cool huh? - MelCat
  • On the old version cover Eric's crotch is behind a rock with his hand in the same place. Then when you look at Ariel, she's looking behind the rock. - Keith+Paul Moviemistakers
    • Correction: Are you really that bored?!? Ariel is looking at Sebastian because he's singing. If she were to be looking at Eric's crotch her eyeballs would have to be a little more to the right. Duh!! - Thunderbolt

 

Little Nicky (2000)

  • In the Grand Central Station scene where the two potheads try to get Adrian to get in the flask, they see a clock on the wall that says 12:05. And when you see it in the background where Adrian is walking over towards them to almost drink out of the flask, you can see it still says 12:05, as it should. The clock in that scene is CG because when they first filmed the scene it didn't say 12:05, so to keep from making a blooper, they added in a CG clock that says 12:05. - Jeremy
  • In the scene where Nicky meets his mother in heaven you will see Carl Weathers have a little cameo in this scene as Chubbs. Which he also played Chubbs in Happy Gilmore another movie which Adam Sandler stared in. - Smarty
  • Quentin Tarantino plays the small role of "Deacon" the mad and blind preacher, who stumbles down the street yelling. - Webmaster

 

Little Rascals, The (1994)

  • The original actor who played Spanky in the tv series has a cameo in the movie as Spanky's father. - TAZ
    • Correction: No. George Robert Phillips (Spanky) McFarland was the original. In this 1994 movie Spanky's dad is played by Eric 'Sparky' Edwards. Please note that McFarland was born in 1928. This would have made him age 65 during shooting! (Eric Edwards was born in 1966, making him 27 during shooting.) (Source: imdb, web, simple math) - SKC

 

Lola rennt (1998)

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a.ka. Lola Runs (1999) (USA: literal English title), Run Lola Run (1999) (Australia) (USA)

  • Mannie (Moritz Bleibtreu's) is given a phone card from a very kind blind woman. The woman is Moritz's real-life mother whom is also a well known actress in her country. - Bo Jangels
  • The segments of this movie involving Lola or Manni were filmed on 35mm film, while all of the other scenes were filmed on a standard handheld camera. It is more obvious on a big screen, but with careful observation the a substantial difference in quality. One of the easiest parts to spot this is in the third scenario where the bum buys the man with the bike a drink. - Raven

 

Longest Day, The (1997)

  • Many of the scenes in the movie were shot at the actual sites where the real fighting had occurred, but most of the beach-scenes were filmed on Corsica and the casino-set was not built up in the real Ouistreham, since that town had been rebuilt and was too modern to portray the 1944 era. - Olav Westerman
  • Despite the Grand Scale of the movie, apart from the landing boats there are very few real ships on screen. There are also only four real aircraft (two German Messerschmitts and two British Spitfires, the rest is models except for a couple of full scale glider-mockups). Almost every scene showing paratroopers moving through the night after their landings, and several other outdoor-scenes were filmed at indoor soundstages. - Olav Westerman
  • The scenes showing big warships at sea and big numbers of paratroopers in the sky, were not set up for the movie, but were filmed during military exercises. - Olav Westerman
  • Actually, there is some newsreel-footage in the movie. For example: In the beginning when Field Marshal von Rundstedt (Paul Hartmann) and Major General Blumentritt (Curt Jürgens) salute some marching troops, the troops are real German soldiers filmed during the war, and when Field Marshal Rommel (Werner Hinz) inspects the beach fortifications, a scene showing a gun being moved is stock wartime footage. - Olav Westerman
  • The only two German pilots who attacked the invasion-beaches, Josef Pips Priller and his wingman Wodarczyk in real life flew Focke Wulf 190 fighters. In the movie they fly Messerschmitt 108 Taifuns, a four seated, unarmed aircraft used by Luftwaffe to transport personnel (there didn't exist any flyable FW 190:s when the movie was produced). - Olav Westerman
  • Red Buttons, who portrayed Private John Steele, who got stuck with his parachute in the church-tower in S:t Mere Eglise, was afraid of being high above the ground, and suffered a lot during the filming of those scenes. - Olav Westerman
  • Most of the paratroopers in the sky over S:t Mere Eglise were small-scale dummies of the same size as the Ruperts (dolls with firecrackers) shown in the film. - Olav Westerman
  • In a very short scene Nicholas Stuart plays the part of one of the leading American generals, Omar N Bradley. He just stands there, not speaking a single line. The part is obviously unimportant for the plot, but maybe it is included because the real General Bradley was one of the military advisors during the production. - Olav Westerman
  • The Rupert dummies dropped on the fields of Normandy in the film were fabricated in appearance. The actual dummies used during the real operation in 1944 did not look like tiny paratroopers, but were actually made of simple khaki colored canvas, with a human like shape. (Source: Well known militaria collecting fact) - Mr. Eliminator

 

Long Kiss Goodnight, The (1996)

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  • At the end of the movie Mitch (Samuel L. Jackson) tells Caitlin that she has her mothers eyes, this I believe is reference to the scene where Charlie (Geena Davis) reveals Caitlin has her fathers eyes. Mitch was not present in this scene, therefore the first comment does not make any sense. - BoJangels

 

Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)

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  • Jeff Gordon has a cameo in the movie in one of the vegas scenes. (Source: Theater) - Eliza
    • Correction: A cameo is a small, unbilled role. If the name appears in the credits, it's not a cameo. Jeff Gordon is credited - he plays himself. - Webmaster
  • The scene where Bugs Bunny is in the shower that is actually a reference to the infamous shower scene in the classic thriller "Psycho". (Source: Theater) - Eliza

 

Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001)

 

Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2002)

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  • LOTR: The Return of the king won 11 oscars including best Director and best Picture. This ties the record for the most oscar wins in one year, the other movies are Ben-Hur and Titanic. (Source: Academy Awards) - Tazz

 

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002)

 

Lost Word: Jurassic Park, The (1997)

  • When the T-Rex chomps the traffic light in San Diego, there is a sign nearby that reads "No Dinosaurs". - Sean
  • The civilian who gets eaten by the T-Rex in San Diego is David Koepp, the man who wrote the screenplay. Search the cast credits for him and you will see he has a funny title for him. - Bob
  • There was an alternate ending to the movie. One ending, what everyone saw, the T-rex rampages through San Diego. The one they were considering happens when the helicopter comes to rescue them from the island. In this ending, only concept art, there are two helicopters. Before they can reach the helicopters they are attacked by the flying dinos. They have problems, one helicopter explodes then they escape on the remaining helicopter and leave. Note this was also considered for Jurassic Park III when they get on the helicopter. (Source: Site) - TAZ

 


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