History Literature / OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest

18th Sep '16 6:25:03 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* CreatorCameo: Producer Saul Zaentz appears as a man at the inmates' bus outing.
22nd Aug '16 1:41:00 PM CobaltJacket
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** [[https://www.britannica.com/topic/One-Flew-over-the-Cuckoos-Nest-film-by-Forman/images-videos/Louise-Fletcher-in-One-Flew-over-the-Cuckoos-Nest/71348 Not just in the book]].
14th Apr '16 10:41:36 PM sparkles38
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* {{Montdegreen}} In the movie adaption when McMurphy says "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.

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* {{Montdegreen}} {{Mondegreen}} In the movie adaption when McMurphy [=McMurphy=] says "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.
14th Apr '16 10:40:12 PM sparkles38
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* In the movie adaption when McMurphy says "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.

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* {{Montdegreen}} In the movie adaption when McMurphy says "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.
14th Apr '16 10:38:49 PM sparkles38
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* In the movie adaption when McMurphy says "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.
30th Mar '16 5:56:37 PM Mythology1
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* AscendedExtra: In the book, Taber was a past patient mentioned a few times by Chief. In the film adaptation, he is a main character on the ward while Mcmurphy is there.
26th Mar '16 8:34:04 PM JackG
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Relatively speaking, the Nurse Ratched presented in the film is a lot less sociopathic than the one in the book. While she retains the domineering and tyrannical behavior, she seems a lot less violent than her book self. Book!Nurse Ratched is introduced as already having lobotomized and submitted to brutal shock therapy several patients before the story even begins, and has cowed every her co-workers into submission. In the film no such facts are alluded to.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Relatively speaking, the Nurse Ratched presented in the film is a lot less sociopathic than the one in the book. While she retains the domineering and tyrannical behavior, she seems a lot less violent than her book self. Book!Nurse Ratched is introduced as already having lobotomized and submitted to brutal shock therapy several patients before the story even begins, and has cowed every one of her co-workers into submission. In the film no such facts are alluded to.
23rd Mar '16 10:43:32 AM nombretomado
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* LargeHam: Movie-wise, JackNicholson and ChristopherLloyd, of course.

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* LargeHam: Movie-wise, JackNicholson Creator/JackNicholson and ChristopherLloyd, Creator/ChristopherLloyd, of course.
18th Mar '16 9:33:35 PM Hossmeister
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