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Santa Clause 2, The (2002)

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  • In the scene where Scott is chasing after the toy santa in the sleigh. Their arguing and the toy santa says "You are a sad, strange little man". Is that possibly a reference to Toy Story where he says the same thing to Woody? - kim
    • Yes, it is. The Internet Movie Database confirms it.

 

Saving Private Ryan (1998)

  • I have read remarks about the German "Tiger-tanks" in the later part of the movie. The reason that they differ from the real Tigers is that there are no serviceable Tiger-tanks left, and the filmmakers couldn't afford to build new ones from "scratch". The tanks in "Private Ryan" are very nicely disguised Russian T-34:s of World War 2 design. Just as the ones in "Kelly's Heroes" with Clint Eastwood, and in some other movies. - Olav Westerman
    • Correction: This concerns the comment about the Tiger 1 Tanks being modified Russian T-34s. In fact they weren't; the movies Tigers were built by Porsche, since they still have the original blueprints. So the Tigers were as close to authentic as one could get. The most noticeable difference were the movie Tigers lack of interleaved roadwheels, like on the actual tank. I don't know why they didn't use them; perhaps it was due to the complexity and questionable reliability of such an arrangement. - thatjerryguy
        • Correction: Another comment about the Tigertanks in the movie: Even if Porsche built the tanks from scratch and not just stripped and rebuilt T-34:s, I'm pretty sure that they used T-34 wheels and tracks, probably the whole propulsion-unit, as it looks exactly as the T-34 unit. Including the size, number and internal distances of the wheels. By the way: The Tigers in "Kellys Heroes" looked just as convincing, with every detail faithfully reproduced, but the wheels and overall proportions, including that the turret was placed too near the front end, gave them away as T-34:s. - Olav Westerman
        • Correction: One more comment about the Tigertanks. According to, as I understand, reliable sources I have found, the Tigers were built around Russian T34/85 tanks. The work was done by Plus Film Services in England under the direction of art director Alan Tomkins. The tanks, one of them damaged, are now at the National Tank Museum at Bovington, England. Furthermore, I myself have checked my video-copy of the movie thoroughly, and there is absolutely no doubt that the tracks and wheels are T-34 units, and that the upper hull and turret does not have the exact proportions of the real Tiger, but can very well accommodate a T-34 inside. - Olav Westerman
  • Director Steven Spielberg put the actors in a boot camp for six days on that seventh day they were all ready to quit the movie altogether. - Ash
    • Addition: The boot was run by Marine Capt.(Ret) Dale Dye, whose been the military tech advisor on far too many films to mention (he's also in the movie as a Colonel in the scene where General Marshall learns about the Ryan brothers and reads President Lincoln's letter). The squad got dragged through the mud in a cross between MARINE Recuit training and WWII Army boot (for a little more historical authenticity). - AV8er
    • Addition: Matt Damon did not go to boot camp so that the other actors would feel hostile and it would reflect on screen. - Becka
  • On Omaha Beach, the "American" troops were really the Irish Navy. - Lydia
  • The scene on Omaha Beach where the guy pulls the pin on the grenade and hanks throws it into the bunker was actually a retake because originally he screwed up and they could only do the scene one more time because it cost too much. (Source: Jay Leno Interview) - Chris Kitchens
  • During the Omaha Beach scenes, the soldiers with limbs missing were portrayed by real amputees. (Source: Internet Movie Database) - Gibborino

 

Scary Movie (2000)

  • The original title for "Scary Movie" was "Scream If You Know What I Did Last Halloween." - one_eyed_beth
    • Correction: I don't know you heard that, but it is wrong. The title "Scream, If you know what I did last Halloween" was the name of a TV movie spoof, not a another name. Even though the other movie was the same thing, a goofy mask killer (same costume) is on a murdering rampage. Funniest scene was in a garage where one of the people is fixing a car and the killer starts driving towards him and he starts screaming about 1 minute later the killer is still driving and the guy is still screaming, he escapes when the killer gets pulled over and his licence said his name was the killer. - TAZ
      • Correction: Taz, you are actually wrong about the title of the movie you are talking about. It's called "Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth" but the scene you are talking about is hilarious! (Source: Myself) - han
    • Comment: "Scream If You Know What I Did Last Halloween" was the working title for Scary Movie. (Source: imdb.com) - Webmaster
  • The movie was a combined effort of a script by the Wayans' brothers and another script. One of the scripts was named Scream, cause if know what you did last halloween, the other had a similar title. They decided to work together. - Obese
  • At the part where the camera runs into Cindy, that was purely accidental, but Wayans (the director) thought it was funny and they kept it in. - The Quiz Man
  • Jim Carrey was originally casted to play Bobby, but the declined the role because he refused for his character to die. - The Quiz Man
  • The homeless person near the beginning of the movie who Cindy gave the sandwich to was really a homeless guy who wondered onto the set. - The Quiz Man
  • Near the end of the movie when Bobby and Ray confront Cindy with the truth of the murders, Ray holds the 'voice thingy' to his mouth to talk in the scary voice and say "Surprise!", but instead Neve Campbell voice comes out. He then hits it a bit and the voice he wants comes out. (Source: watching it enough) - LinKitty
  • In the movie the main characters all have the names of the Brady kids. (Source: The movie) - Kaz

 

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

  • In the beginning when they did the spoof of The Exorcist the tongue they used for the girl was the tongue the used for Linda Blair for The Exorcist. They borrowed it and after filming the scene returned it. (Source: DVD) - TAZ

 

Scary Movie 3 (2003)

  • When The President (Nelson) opens the after the fight the ...... he says "I'm just here to say we're counting on you." This is a reference to another Leslie Nelson movie, Airplane, when the guy is trying to fly the plane Nelson says that numerous times. (Source: Self Knowledge) - TAZ
  • Simon Cowell from American Idol has a cameo in the film in the hip hop club scene. (Source: Theater) - Eliza

 

Scent of a Woman (1992)

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  • Al Pacino is such a serious method actor that while he was filming scent of a woman the producers had to halt production for weeks. The scene where he was tired of walking after the Ferrari ride he stumbled and fell into a bush and a pine needle pierced his eye. - Scottman

 

Scooby-Doo (2002)

  • When Velma is looking at the Damenritus through the mag glass, you can see that the writing is made up of Pokemon Unknown letters. - 6Michael6Myers6
    • Correction: The name of the ancient artifact is spelled Damon-Rightess. Also they are similar to the Pokemon Unknown letters, Yes, but it is an Ancient Pandamoness text. An extremely old culture, and I know for sure, I looked it up in The Library Of Movie History. - Rainbojellie
  • After Scooby sees the monster in the window, and runs under the table, Fred scolds him, saying "Scooby, This is the most embarrassing thing you've done since you decided to clean your beans at Don Nots's Christmas party!" Great for kids, don't you think? (Source: My 46 Times watching this movie) - Rainbojellie

 

Scorpion King, The (2002)

  • In a documentary I watched they said the real Scorpion King was the one who raided villages in Egypt. In fact he is the reason why Egypt is one country. Before him, Egypt was made up of many little nations. (Source: The real Scorpion King Documentary) - TAZ

 

Scream (1996)

 

Scream 2 (1997)

  • Matthew Lillard makes a cameo scene in Scream 2. It is the the scene witch Randy gives Sister Plege and Sister Murfey cocktails. If you look behind Randy you can see Matthew Lillard, he has blonde bleached hair and sunglasses on! - BOO!!!!
  • The cast never received the last ten pages of the script until they were ready to film it and did not know who the killer was until the end. - Becka
  • The reason why they had Dooey and Gale fall in love at the end was because. On the set of the first one they did fall in love. So they made their characters fall in love in Second. Also note they also got married after filming the movie. - TAZ
  • Kevin Williamson the writer of Scream 2 has a cameo as the talk show host interviewing Cotton Weary at the beginning of the movie. - Kim
  • (Spoiler) In Halloween the mothers name is Laurie and in Scream 2 and the killer, who is also Billy Loomis' mother changes her name is Laurie Metcalf.

 

Scream 3 (2001)

  • In the movie you can see that Jay and Silent bob from "Dogma" have a little cameo in one scene right after Gale gets thrown out of the stab 3 studio by security guards. - Kim
  • When Jay and silent bob are first shown there is a man behind them with a video camera, that man is Wes Craven. - withluvxoxo
  • When Sid stabs (blank) on the shoulder at the end of the movie when she's behind the bar. She was suppose to stab (blank) through the bullet proof vest/padding but instead she missed the padding and actually stabbed (blank). (blank) had a little boo boo when they yelled "cut". - withluvxoxo

 

Se7en (1995)

  • The town that the events take place is never given. (Source: DVD) - Shaun
  • When the contents of the box at the end of the movie is shown, there is a flash on the screen, see if you can find it. I don't want to spoil it for you. (Source: DVD) - Shaun
  • At the beginning when Brad and Morgan walk down the street, all the building addresses begin with 7. (Source: DVD) - Shaun
  • The actor who portrays the killer is uncredited at the start, but is given the first credit at the end. (Source: DVD) - Shaun
  • The ending credits roll down instead of up. (Source: DVD) - Shaun
  • During one scene Brad Pitt is chasing the killer on the streets and falls and badly hurts his arm. This was a real mishap on set. Brad really hurt himself and the incident was written into the script. (Source: DVD) - Shaun
    • Addition: Brad Pitt's arm went through a car windscreen and required surgery. (Source: imdb.com) - Webmaster
  • The opening credits are shown over a blurred image of the killer removing skin from his fingertips! (Source: DVD) - Shaun

 

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)

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  • The director was so frustrated with the drunken members of Aerosmith, they almost got fired. (Source: Behind the Scenes article on the movie) - Sir Ompey
  • While it was almost believable that Barry Gibb could knockout Alice Cooper, the fight scene between Peter Frampton and Steven Tyler, after the 'Come Together' sequence, was changed after the Aerosmith band members argued that there was no way in hell that Frampton could take Tyler. The director caved and allowed Tyler to be on top of the pinned Frampton, winning the fight until the lovely Strawberry Fields character clocks him over the head from behind and pushes him off the high stage, seemingly to his death. (Source: Behind the Scenes article on the movie) - Sir Ompey
  • George Burns, acting as narrator, is the only actor with a speaking role in the movie. He was hired because Peter Frampton and the Gibb Brothers, who were playing Americans, had such a strong English accents and such limited experience as actors. (Source: imdb.com) - Sir Ompey
  • Paul McCartney was originally supposed to play Sgt. Pepper. Instead Billy Preston was cast. (Source: Behind the Scenes Magazine article ) - Sir Ompey
  • Billy Preston was the only person in the cast to ever play with the Beatles on one of their albums. (Source: Behind the Scenes Magazine article ) - Sir Ompey
  • While there were many musicians who had played with the Beatles during there recording sessions, Billy Preston is the only non-Beatle to ever be credited on a Beatles album (Let It Be). (Source: Behind the Scenes Magazine article ) - Sir Ompey

 

Shaft (2000)

  • In Shaft (2000) Samuel L. Jackson brings Christian Bales character Walter Wade to jail where he first meets the character Peeples. Peeples ask Wade why he is in jail...then proceeds to comment about how he is probably in there for Tax Evasion or something, Wade replies with a Fuck You. Peeples laughes and says: Hey, you is an interesting motherfucker, do you have like a Business Card or something? This is actually a direct reference toward Bales Patrick Bateman character in AMERICAN PSYCHO, of whom is egotistically all about his Business Card. - chainsaw_420
  • In Shaft 2000 there are actually 5 somewhat hidden cameos that aren't clearly noticeable:
    #1. renowned rapper Busta Rhymes plays Shafts 'Chauffer' of whom drives him all over town.
    #2. renowned rapper Tone Loc is the guy drinking milk getting advice from Shaft. (the Who delivers 10 times outta 10 part)
    #3. Mekhi Phifer (I Still Know What You Did Last Summer) is the kid that gets beat to death with a metal pole at the very beginning. *This is also the movies little 'tribute to horror' section because Mekhi is beat to death by Christian Bale who is known for his horrifying persona in (American Psycho!)
    #4. Shaft's uncle in Shaft 2000 is Richard Roundtree, the original Shaft in the 70's movies.
    #5. I'm sad I don't know his name, but in the bar where Shaft always goes, there is a scene where Sam Jackson & Richard Roundtree are sitting at a corner table and next to them is an elderly man with grey hair, this man is the 'CREATOR' of the character shaft & he is also the director of the original 'SHAFT TRILOGY' interesting huh! - chainsaw_420
    • Explanation: The guys name that created the Shaft Trilogy is Gordon Parks. - MistryMaam

 

Shaun of the Dead (2004)

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  • The makers of this movie also created SPACED, a comedy sitcom. And many of the zombie extras are fans of the sitcom that were found on the internet webpage of Spaced. (Source: Myself) - Shaun
  • At one point Nick Frost says 'We're comin' to get you Barbara!' a reference to Night of the living dead. (Source: Myself) - Shaun

 

Shine (1996)

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  • (I think) Nicole Kidman makes a cameo at the bar of the restaurant where Geoffrey Rush plays 'Flight of the Bumblebee'. - ClausHergescheimer

 

Shrek (2001)

  • After Mike Myers finished Shrek's original voice he THEN decided to give Shrek a Scottish accent. So 4 million dollars was spent changing Shrek's original voice to Scottish. - kyara
  • Chris Farley was originally considered for performing the voice of Shrek before he passed away. - Philthemovieman
  • Kathleen Freeman who's best known as "The Penguin" from The Blues Brothers did her final piece of work in this movie as the old lady who owned the Donkey. She passed away in late 2000. - Philthemovieman
  • Upon realizing that his swamp is being 'invaded' by fairy tale characters, Shrek shouted: "What are you doing in my swamp??!!!" All the characters were startled. Then there was a shot of two dwarves (probably Snow White's) coming out of the bushes, hugging each other! Two gay dwarves making out in the bushes!!! I thought it was hilarious! (Source: DVD) - bitoy
    • Correction: The elves were NOT making out. The two began the scene in front of the log, were startled, ducked down and ran under the log. They popped up behind the log and held each other because they were scared. (Source: DVD) - Sam
  • Shrek won the first ever Oscar for best animated feature film beating Jimmy Neutron and Monsters Inc. (Source: Oscars) - TAZ

 

Signs (2002)

  • M. Night Shyamalan the writer director and producer has a little cameo in this movie. (Source: signs) - Kim
  • At the end of the movie, when the alien Mel Gibson had had a previous encounter with was holding his son, and image of Mel Gibson's face appears on the alien's wrist as he starts to eject the poisonous gas. (Source: Movie) - diva

 

Silence of the Lambs, The (1991)

 

  • On the poster for this movie, there is obviously a human skull on the back of the moth over Starling's mouth. If you look close, you can see that the "skull" is made up of naked women (three or seven, depending on the version of the poster). The 3-woman skull was inspired by a Salvador Dali drawing/painting. The 7-woman skull was inspired by a 1951 photograph (which itself was inspired by the Dali painting). - OKSAN
  • This film was originally supposed to be helmed by Robert Duvall but he backed out of it because of its violence. (Source: DVD) - Chickmagnet
  • The Actor who plays Barney is the only actor who is in all four Hannibal Lector films (Manhunter, Silence of the lambs, Hannibal, and Red Dragon.) (Source: Red Dragon DVD) - Chickmagnet
  • In the approximately 20 minutes that Dr. Lecter appears in the movie, he NEVER blinks his eyes! Now that's fuhreaky. (Source: DVD) - sick wittle bunny

 


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Singin' in the Rain (1952)

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  • When Gene Kelly performs the title tune, the falling rain isn't all water; in order for it to show up on film, the water was mixed with milk. Imagine cleaning that up! (Source: Personal knowledge) - Covenant
    • Addition: Actually most movies use that water and milk technique. It shows up better on film. - Mikey
  • Jean Hagen's marvelously shrill performance is exactly that--a performance. In real life she had a pleasant voice, and at the end of the film, when Kathy is supposed to be dubbing her character, Jean's actually the one singing! (Source: Personal knowledge) - Covenant

 

  • Jim Carrey auditioned for the part as the geek but it was rewarded to the biggest 80's geek Anthony M. Hall. - Ryan

 

  • The girl, Kyra Collins, is Mircha Barton from The O.C programme. (Source: Credits) - ally

 

Slap Shot (1977)

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  • The music score of the home video version of this movie is different from the score on the theatrical and television broadcast version of the movie. The home video version has a boring non-descript soundtrack and the theatrical soundtrack has a soundtrack filled with songs by artists that were big during the era that the film takes place in. Artists like Elton John and the Pointer Sisters. - Cathy

 

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

  • Did you know that Daredevil, the headless horseman's horse, was a life size mechanical horse in some close-up shots! Creatures had to mold, sculpt, skin and fur a life-size version of the horse. This was a process that took several months. It was programmed to do many things like gallop and rear its head, canter, blink its eyes, flaring is nostrils, and blow steam out of its nose. - Ichabod2000

  • In the scenes where the Horseman is actually headless (not the Chris Walken scenes) did you notice how smooth all the axe and swordplay looked? That's because the actor was played by Ray Park, Mr. Darth Maul himself. - Quikkill
  • The Iron Maiden (the torture device that Ichabod's mother is in) appears not only in Sleepy Hollow, but in another Tim Burton movie, Batman Returns. Bruce Wayne (Michael Keaton) uses it as one of the hidden chutes all over his house to the Batcave. I am a Tim Burton film freak and watched both movies to check it, and yes, it's true. - Grand Funkmistress
  • Look at the map in the start of the movie. I think it was Penn and New York is switched around. - Dodgebe
    • Correction: The two states that are switched are New York and New Jersey. (Source: VHS) - darklotus72
  • The whole entire movie was filmed inside a building. That includes the outdoor scenes. - TAZ
    • Correction: The whole set for Sleepy Hollow was actually built in Marlow, England. I know this because I visited the set (boo-hoo, Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci weren't there). (Source: My Granny) - Nick

 

Smokey and the Bandit III (1983)

  • The film's original title was called "Smokey IS The Bandit". The original plot had Jackie Gleason playing both Buford T. Justice AND The Bandit. However after a test screening in early 1982, audiences were confused by both the title AND the plot, so the script was re-worked and re-titled and Jerry Reed got called in the play Cletus "The Snowman" again who would then become the new Bandit. - Philthemovieman
    • Addition: There is reference to this name change in 'Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey' in the scene where the 'Stations' and Einstein are playing charades in heaven. (Source: Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey) - greeny

 

Snow White and Seven Dwarfs (1937)

  • Snow White won I think either 7 or 8 Acadamy awards. One of them was a normal sized statue while the others, as a joke, were pint size that look like dwarves compared to the normal size one. In fact if you go to Disney world and go see the Walt Disney museum they have them on displayed. (Source: Walt Disney Museum) - TAZ

 

Some Like it Hot (1959)

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  • Director Billy Wilder was so frustrated with Marilyn Monroe forgetting her lines that he posted them at numerous spots on the set, including inside a dresser drawer. (Source: Personal knowledge) - Covenant

 

Sound of Music (1965)

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  • In the scene where Maria (Julie Andrews) is singing "I've got Confidence," and she is at the fountain: When they show the arched-door gate, a couple walks by on the other side of the arched doorway. The one who is hunched over is the real Maria von Trapp. - get off my Bach
  • While filming Rolf and Liesl's gazeebo dance scene, Liesl slipped off the bench, went right through one of the panes of glass, and sprained her ankle. At the end of the number, when she comes toward the camera with arms wide open, you can somewhat see one ankle is bigger than the other: this would be the Ace bandage they had to use under her panty hose. - get off my Bach

 

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)

  • South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut holds the record for using the f-word 399 times. Most of the f-words are heard in the song "uncle fucka": "Shut your fucking face uncle fucka. You're the one that fucked your uncle, uncle fucka. You don't eat or sleep or mow the lawn, You just fuck your uncle all day long." - Hilarious song. The f-word is used 271 times in Pulp Fiction, which comes in second. - Webmaster
    • Correction: See, I don't know, I read in Maxim magazine once that it wasn't South Park with 399 fuck's, but in fact it was the movie Goodfellas, but maybe South Park is second place and pulp fiction is third. (Source: Maxim Magazine) - philly
      • Comment: You might be right. According to the Internet Movie Database South Park the film contains 399 profane words and the word "fuck" only appears 133 times. - Webmaster

 

Spaceballs (1987)

  • At the diner, in the end, you can see the Millenium Falcon in the parking lot. (Source: http://www.cache.cow.net/~draith/sw/swtrivia.txt) - TAZ

 

Speed (1994)

  • Halle Berry was originally cast to play the leading female but turned it down. (Source: 101 biggest celebrity oops) - Tazz

 

Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997)

  • In the sequal to SPEED several lines are repeated or refered to such as "Whoa, that bus was going way too fast!", and "I've heard relationships based on intense circumstances never work." - Bo Jangels

 

Spice World (1998)

  • Correct me if you know I am wrong, but at the first of the movie when the girls are coming down the stairs into the crowd it looks to me like Leonardo DiCaprio is holding a camera making a short appearance. - Kat

 

Spider-Man (2002)

 

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003)

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  • Sylvester Stallone didn't just play the Toy Maker but as the three advisers for the Toy Maker and the President. (Source: Self knowledge) - Tazz
  • George Clooney returns as the president, only this time he is filmed in his own house and only the top half of his body on screen. (Source: DVD) - Shaun

 

Stakeout (1987)

  • While being on the stakeout, Emilio Estevez and Richard Dreyfuss play a movie quote game to pass time. Eztevez asks Dreyfuss to recognize the quote: "This was no boating accident." and Dreyfuss has no idea - although he was the one who originally said it in Jaws (1975) as Matt Hooper - the shark-expert. - Webmaster
    • The line from Jaws was supposed to be funny for those who were paying attention! - Mouse
      • Yes, and it is funny. What's your point?

 

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

  • When Uhura and Chekhov are asking passersby for directions to Alameda, the young woman who actually stops and answers them (though all she does is reiterate what they've been asking) was not an extra or part of the cast--she simply happened to wander by, and Nimoy (the director) decided to keep it in the film. (Source: Nimoy interview) - Covenant

 

Star Wars (1977)

 

Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace (1999)

 

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)

  • When Obi-Wan and Anakin walk into the bar near the beginning of the movie, Obi-Wan says to Anakin "I swear you will be the death of me" and in episode 4 Anakin (Darth Vader) kills Obi-Wan. - JC
  • The son of Jango Fett is a character in episodes V and VI. He of course is Boba Fett the bounty Hunter who takes Han Solo to Jaba in episode V and one of the people who fall into that creature pit in episode VI. - TAZ
    • Addition: Although Boba Fett fell into the sarlacc he didn't die, he blasted his way out and nearly died from the acids, it was a rare occasion when someone saw him without his famous armor. (Source: Books) - Trek Wars
  • When Obi Wan is searching for the planet Kamino, he points to the galaxy its in, in episode V at the end where Leia, Luke, C-3PO and R2-D2 is looking at an universe, its the same. (Source: http://massassi.yavin4.com/sw/mminfo.htm) - TAZ

 

Staying Alive (1983)

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  • John Travolta's character is walking through a crowded street and bumps hard into a fur-coat wearing man walking away from the camera. Travolta, annoyed, turns to look at the man. The man, also annoyed, turns back to look at Travolta. The man is Sylvester Stallone, the director, making a Hitchcock-like cameo. (Source: Saw movie, imdb.com) - Sir Ompey
  • Patrick Swayze is a dance extra in the sea of dancers in the Broadway production that Travolta's character plays the star. (Source: Saw movie, imdb.com) - Sir Ompey

 

Suburban Commando (1991)

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  • In the movie of the actors who this was his first and only movie because he would go on to another career that would make him very famous world wide was Mark Callaway; also known as in the WWE(WWF) as The Undertaker. It was the star of the movie, Hulk Hogan, who thought he would be a great wrestler. - TAZ
    • Correction: Mark Callaway, was a wrestler way before Surburban Commando. He was a wrestler known as the Punisher, when he wrestled for USWA, and was Mean Mark Callaway, part of the Sky Scrappers back in WCW, Then to come to the WWF as Kane the Undertaker at The survivor Series, To then just to become Undertaker. (Source: wrestling promotion) - bruce wimberly

 

SubUrbia (1996)

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  • Flea the bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers is the character Razzle in the movie. During a scene where they are all riding in a car another person actually calls him Flea and he responses that his name is Razzle. (Source: Personal Experience) - fred

 

Sunset Boulevard (1950)

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  • Both Mae West and Mary Pickford were originally offered the role of Norma Desmond, and both refused. I'm unsure of Pickford's reasons, but West was outraged. Thankfully, the part went to Gloria Swanson, who played the role perfectly. - Covenant

 

Superman (1978)

 

  • A "swim cup" was sewn into the superman costume to prevent Christopher Reeve's "private parts" from bouncing around.

  • To obtain the musculature to convincingly play Superman, Christopher Reeve underwent a bodybuilding regime supervised by David Prowse, the man who played the body of Darth Vader in the original Star Wars (1977) trilogy.
    • Addition: I don't know about his personal training, but I did hear him in an interview years ago that he actually wore a large sweater under his costume to "bulk-up". It is rather obvious if you look at it. - pave0011
  • Marlon Brando received $4 million for his ten minutes on screen.

Christopher Reeve as Superman

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  • There is a scene near the beginning of the movie where the teenage Clark is racing a train. Inside the train, a young girl points out the young man to her grandmother or mother. The actress playing the old woman was the same actress who played Lois Lane in the original Superman TV series in the 50s. - Morgaine Le Fey
  • Not only was the woman the original Lois but in the DVD version you find out that the Little girl is Lois Lane. - JohnnyC
  • Both individuals playing Lois' parents on the train were actors who had played Superman and Lois in the 50s: Noel Neill and Kirk Alyn. (Source: My personal knowledge) - Covenant

 

  Superman II (1980)

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  • Did anyone else pick up on the woman watching superman saving the boy at Niagara falls saying "of course he's Jewish." - johnny blazer

 

Superstar (1999)

  • If you pay attention and look around in every outdoor scene in the movie, there is a VW Bug, and about 3/4 of them are the new green kind. Also, when Sky is walking around the lunchroom and commenting peoples lunches, he says "Vivica, low fat salad!" And Vivica was the name of Will Ferrell's characters girlfriend in A Night At The RoxBury! - Joe
    • Addition: Vivica is also the name of Will Ferrell's fiance' (probably his wife by now). (Source: Joe) - Shuna

 

Swingers (1996)

  • Not that I'm personal friends with Vince Vaughn or Jon Favreau, but I think I figured out where they might have met. I noticed a year or two after Swingers came out that they both have small rolls in the movie "Rudy." See if you can figure out who Vince Vaughn is without checking the credits. Kind of trippy... - Japhysun79
    • Comment: Vince Vaughn played one of the football players, I believe that his name was Jamie in the Movie. Anyway, his character and Rudy don't get along, but at the end of the movie, Vince Vaughn catches the touchdown to get Rudy into the game for the last two plays. - Devo

 


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