History ThrowItIn / Film

2nd Aug '17 8:41:53 PM DanielCase
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* According to multiple interviews by GregoryPeck, the famous scene in ''Film/RomanHoliday'' in which he pretended to have his hand bitten off by the Mouth of Truth was ad-libbed by him, with only the director being aware of it in advance. Creator/AudreyHepburn[='=]s scream and her relief laughter were genuine reactions. According to Peck, he borrowed the joke from Red Skelton.

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* According to multiple interviews by GregoryPeck, the famous scene in ''Film/RomanHoliday'' in which he pretended to have his hand bitten off by the Mouth of Truth was ad-libbed by him, with only the director being aware of it in advance. Creator/AudreyHepburn[='=]s [[EnforcedMethodActing scream and her relief laughter were genuine reactions.reactions]]. According to Peck, he borrowed the joke from Red Skelton.
28th Jul '17 5:09:24 PM jormis29
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* Jerry O'Connell beatboxing in ''Film/KangarooJack.'' According to the DVD commentary, Bruckheimer heard O'Connell and Anderson beatboxing on set and asked O'Connell if he could do that "spit-rap thing" in the movie. Extra funny because people assume it isn't really O'Connell doing it in the movie since both the actor and character are pretty white.

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* Jerry O'Connell Creator/JerryOConnell beatboxing in ''Film/KangarooJack.'' According to the DVD commentary, Bruckheimer heard O'Connell and Anderson beatboxing on set and asked O'Connell if he could do that "spit-rap thing" in the movie. Extra funny because people assume it isn't really O'Connell doing it in the movie since both the actor and character are pretty white.
28th Jul '17 11:33:53 AM Discar
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* ''Film/PacificRim'': In an argument with Pentecost, Raleigh grabs his arm. Pentecost stops, glares at Raleigh's hand ''very'' pointedly, and Raleigh lets go. "One. Don't you ever touch me again. Two. Don't you ever touch me again." Apparently Raleigh's actor just got carried away, and Pentecost's actor used it.

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* ''Film/PacificRim'': In an argument with Pentecost, Raleigh grabs his arm. Pentecost stops, glares at Raleigh's hand ''very'' pointedly, and Raleigh lets go. "One. Don't you ever touch me again. Two. Don't you ever touch me again." Apparently Raleigh's actor just got carried away, and Pentecost's actor used it.


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* ''Film/PacificRim'': In an argument with Pentecost, Raleigh grabs his arm. Pentecost stops, glares at Raleigh's hand ''very'' pointedly, and Raleigh lets go. "One. Don't you ever touch me again. Two. Don't you ever touch me again." Apparently Raleigh's actor just got carried away, and Pentecost's actor used it.
28th Jul '17 11:33:07 AM Discar
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** The [[CreditsGag opening credits]] were a placeholder by the previsualization team. The crew found them funny\fitting and kept them.

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** The [[CreditsGag opening credits]] were a placeholder by the previsualization team. The crew found them funny\fitting funny/fitting and kept them.them.
* ''Film/PacificRim'': In an argument with Pentecost, Raleigh grabs his arm. Pentecost stops, glares at Raleigh's hand ''very'' pointedly, and Raleigh lets go. "One. Don't you ever touch me again. Two. Don't you ever touch me again." Apparently Raleigh's actor just got carried away, and Pentecost's actor used it.
22nd Jul '17 8:03:11 PM PaulA
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* In ''[[Film/RoadTo Road To Morocco]]'', Creator/BobHope and Music/BingCrosby are stranded in the desert when they find a convenient camel. In mid-line, Bob gets spit in the eye by the camel, and Bing laughs "Ho ho, ''good'' boy!" They pretty much ''had'' to keep that in.

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* In ''[[Film/RoadTo Road To Morocco]]'', ''Film/RoadToMorocco'', Creator/BobHope and Music/BingCrosby are stranded in the desert when they find a convenient camel. In mid-line, Bob gets spit in the eye by the camel, and Bing laughs "Ho ho, ''good'' boy!" They pretty much ''had'' to keep that in.
19th Jul '17 10:35:30 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Film/{{Help}}'': Part of the "Ticket to Ride" sequence, which the directors considered beautiful, was marred by the presence of telegraph poles in the background. Attempts at removing them failed...and then someone had the idea of superimposing musical notes over the wires in time with "I think I'm going to be sad..."
9th Jul '17 12:40:21 PM rjd1922
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** In response to Klaus saying "Our parents just died," Count Olaf says, "Ah yes, of course. How very, very awful. Wait! Let me do that one more time. Give me the line again! Quickly, while it's fresh in my mind!" The dialog was supposed to end after Klaus says "Our parents just died", but Jim Carrey felt he didn't get the reaction right. Director Brad Silberling just kept the cameras rolling and Carrey ad-libbed without breaking character.
23rd Jun '17 5:01:13 AM Angus
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* In ''Film/ToraToraTora'', in one scene an American plane was supposed to explode while trying to lift off. However, the explosives failed, and instead the plane continued taxi'ing at high speed, veered off to the side and collided with other planes, causing a lot of mayhem and destruction. Several extras are seen in the film running for their lives, and almost being run over by the destruction or hit by flying debris. They were not acting. They were literally running for their lives. Since fortunately nobody got hurt in this accident, it was left in the film, and is one of the most awesome practical "effects" in the film.
31st May '17 4:29:24 PM MagBas
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*** However, even then, a lot of Robin's work was ad-libbed. [[UnfortunateImplications So much so, that the film was disqualified from any writing Oscars]].

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*** However, even then, a lot of Robin's work was ad-libbed. [[UnfortunateImplications So much so, that the film was disqualified from any writing Oscars]].Oscars.
30th May '17 7:20:37 PM thelivingtoad
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* In the opening number of ''Film/GoldDHiggersOf1933'', Ginger Rogers sings "We're in the Money. In between takes, the director heard Ginger joking around speaking fluent PigLatin. He then decided to put in a part where the camera closes in tight on Ginger as she sings a verse of the song in Pig Latin.

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* In the opening number of ''Film/GoldDHiggersOf1933'', ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1933'', Ginger Rogers sings "We're in the Money. In between takes, the director heard Ginger joking around speaking fluent PigLatin. He then decided to put in a part where the camera closes in tight on Ginger as she sings a verse of the song in Pig Latin.
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