In Old Arizona (1928)

The first all-talking sound-on-film feature. 
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"The sound that most amazed the film’s first audiences, however, was that of bacon frying in the pan."
- David Carter from his book The Western

In Old Arizona (1928)

The first all-talking sound-on-film feature.

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"The sound that most amazed the film’s first audiences, however, was that of bacon frying in the pan."

- David Carter from his book The Western


When western actor Roy Rogers made a guest-appearance in the episode “Bushwackers”, he felt it was inappropriate for Lynda Carter to be wearing only a “bathing suit” so he had producers make her wear a solid red top and white chinos for every scene she was to portray Wonder Woman. -IMDb trivia

When western actor Roy Rogers made a guest-appearance in the episode “Bushwackers”, he felt it was inappropriate for Lynda Carter to be wearing only a “bathing suit” so he had producers make her wear a solid red top and white chinos for every scene she was to portray Wonder Woman. -IMDb trivia

Peggy Sue Got Married (1987)

The opening shot of the film is an optical illusion. Because the camera and crew would have been seen in the reflection of the mirror had the scene been shot in a conventional manner, there is a body double for Turner (only she can be seen from behind in the shot) on the other side of the “mirror”, doing the exact opposite of the star’s movements, giving the illusion that Turner and Hunt are reflections, when in fact they are the real actors in tableau with a body double sitting in front of them with her back to the camera in front of an empty mirror frame, framing a hole in the wall of the set. -IMDb trivia

Peggy Sue Got Married (1987)

The opening shot of the film is an optical illusion. Because the camera and crew would have been seen in the reflection of the mirror had the scene been shot in a conventional manner, there is a body double for Turner (only she can be seen from behind in the shot) on the other side of the “mirror”, doing the exact opposite of the star’s movements, giving the illusion that Turner and Hunt are reflections, when in fact they are the real actors in tableau with a body double sitting in front of them with her back to the camera in front of an empty mirror frame, framing a hole in the wall of the set. -IMDb trivia

National Treasure (2004)

Good guys in the movie use Google and bad guys use Yahoo! search engines. -IMDB trivia

Manhunter (1986)

According to an interview with Brian Cox, the following actors were considered for the role of Hannibal Lektor: Brian Dennehy, John Lithgow and Mandy Patinkin. -IMDb trivia

Manhunter (1986)

According to an interview with Brian Cox, the following actors were considered for the role of Hannibal Lektor: Brian Dennehy, John Lithgow and Mandy Patinkin. -IMDb trivia

The Thin Man Goes Home (1945)

Liberal drinking of alcohol, a mainstay of the first four “Thin Man” movies, was curtailed for this movie due to wartime liquor rationing. -IMDb trivia

The Thin Man Goes Home (1945)

Liberal drinking of alcohol, a mainstay of the first four “Thin Man” movies, was curtailed for this movie due to wartime liquor rationing. -IMDb trivia


The swords sparking while clashing was accomplished by attaching a wire to each sword that led down the arms of the actors to a car battery. One was connected to the positive terminal and the other to the negative terminal, so when the swords touched there was an arc. -IMDb trivia

The swords sparking while clashing was accomplished by attaching a wire to each sword that led down the arms of the actors to a car battery. One was connected to the positive terminal and the other to the negative terminal, so when the swords touched there was an arc. -IMDb trivia

Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)

An early draft of the script, called “Planet of the Men”, and written by Pierre Boulle in his native French, featured a messianic Taylor 14 years after the events of Planet of the Apes. It involved an uprising against the apes, following which they revert back to their primal states. -IMDb trivia

Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)

An early draft of the script, called “Planet of the Men”, and written by Pierre Boulle in his native French, featured a messianic Taylor 14 years after the events of Planet of the Apes. It involved an uprising against the apes, following which they revert back to their primal states. -IMDb trivia

Miracle Mile (1988)

The script was considered for Twilight Zone: The Movie before Steven Spielberg was brought in on that project. The film would of consisted of only this story (instead of the four segments it eventually became) and would have had a slightly different ending with a Twilight Zone twist. Steve De Jarnatt did not like the change in the ending and the idea was eventually scrapped.
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Miracle Mile (1988)

The script was considered for Twilight Zone: The Movie before Steven Spielberg was brought in on that project. The film would of consisted of only this story (instead of the four segments it eventually became) and would have had a slightly different ending with a Twilight Zone twist. Steve De Jarnatt did not like the change in the ending and the idea was eventually scrapped.

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End of Days (1999)

Was the last movie to be pressed in the laserdisc format in the United States. - IMDb trivia

End of Days (1999)

Was the last movie to be pressed in the laserdisc format in the United States. - IMDb trivia