History Trivia / RadioFlyer

26th Apr '16 7:54:35 PM Civanfan
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to [[http://davidmickeyevansblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/what-happened-to-bobby.html this page]], the film was greatly altered from the original story after David Mickey Evans, the original writer/director, was forced off the project.
9th Dec '15 1:41:43 PM Mario1995
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* CreatorKiller: ''Barely'' averted with director Creator/RichardDonner. Had it not been for the success of ''Film/LethalWeapon 3'', chances are Donner would never have made another major film again because of the film's incredibly poor box office take.

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* CreatorKiller: ''Barely'' averted with director Creator/RichardDonner. Had it not been for the success of ''Film/LethalWeapon 3'', 3'' several months later, chances are Donner would never have made another major film again because of the film's incredibly poor box office take.
9th Dec '15 1:41:16 PM Mario1995
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* CreatorKiller: ''Barely'' averted with director Creator/RichardDonner. Had it not been for the success of ''Film/LethalWeapon 3'', chances are Donner would never have made another major film again because of the film's incredibly poor box office take.
8th Nov '15 3:58:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Jossed}}: WordOfGod denies the presence of AlternativeCharacterInterpretation or an UnreliableNarrator.
* RealLife/MeanCharacterNiceActor: Creator/AdamBaldwin has stated in interviews he will never do a role like The King again.



* MeanCharacterNiceActor: Creator/AdamBaldwin has stated in interviews he will never do a role like The King again.

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* MeanCharacterNiceActor: Creator/AdamBaldwin has stated in interviews he will never do a role like WagTheDirector: Possibly. One explanation for The King again.being TheFaceless is that Baldwin refused to have his face associated with child abuse.
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16th Feb '14 6:10:32 AM m8e
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* MeanCharacterNiceActor: AdamBaldwin has stated in interviews he will never do a role like The King again.

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* MeanCharacterNiceActor: AdamBaldwin Creator/AdamBaldwin has stated in interviews he will never do a role like The King again.
5th Oct '13 4:44:33 PM jkrfan7
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* TroubledProduction: This was intended to be the directorial debut of screenwriter David Mickey Evans (who later did ''Film/TheSandlot'') and he began the production as director. After a week of shooting, he was fired and production was shut down until Richard Donner was brought in to replace him. In the process, the production budget more than doubled (from $15 million to $35 million) and the release date was constantly shuffled due to reshoots, production delays and bad test screenings (this was intended to be Columbia's big summer film for 1991). Eventually, the film was [[DumpMonths quietly released in February 1992]] and was a BoxOfficeBomb.

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* TroubledProduction: This was intended to be the directorial debut of screenwriter David Mickey Evans (who later did ''Film/TheSandlot'') and he began the production as director. After a week of shooting, he was fired and production was shut down until Richard Donner was brought in to replace him. In the process, the production budget more than doubled (from $15 million to $35 million) and the release date was constantly shuffled due to reshoots, production delays and bad test screenings (this was intended to be Columbia's big summer film for 1991). Eventually, the film was [[DumpMonths quietly released in February 1992]] and was a BoxOfficeBomb.BoxOfficeBomb.
*MeanCharacterNiceActor: AdamBaldwin has stated in interviews he will never do a role like The King again.
15th Apr '13 7:55:17 PM MCanter89
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* TroubledProduction: This was intended to be the directorial debut of screenwriter David Mickey Evans (who later did ''Film/TheSandlot'') and he began the production as director. After a week of shooting, he was fired and production was shut down until Richard Donner was brought in to replace him. In the process, the production budget more than doubled (from $15 million to $35 million) and the release date was constantly shuffled due to reshoots, production delays and bad test screenings (this was intended to be Columbia's big summer film for 1991). Eventually, the film was quietly released in February 1992 and was a BoxOfficeBomb.

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* TroubledProduction: This was intended to be the directorial debut of screenwriter David Mickey Evans (who later did ''Film/TheSandlot'') and he began the production as director. After a week of shooting, he was fired and production was shut down until Richard Donner was brought in to replace him. In the process, the production budget more than doubled (from $15 million to $35 million) and the release date was constantly shuffled due to reshoots, production delays and bad test screenings (this was intended to be Columbia's big summer film for 1991). Eventually, the film was [[DumpMonths quietly released in February 1992 1992]] and was a BoxOfficeBomb.
13th Apr '13 5:00:46 AM MCanter89
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* TroubledProduction: This was intended to be the directorial debut of screenwriter David Mickey Evans (who later did ''TheSandlot'') and he began the production as director. After a week of shooting, he was fired and production was shut down until Richard Donner was brought in to replace him. In the process, the production budget more than doubled (from $15 million` to $35 million) and the release date was constantly shuffled due to reshoots, production delays and bad test screenings (this was intended to be Columbia's big summer film for 1991). Eventually, the film was quietly released in February 1992 and was a BoxOfficeBomb.

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* TroubledProduction: This was intended to be the directorial debut of screenwriter David Mickey Evans (who later did ''TheSandlot'') ''Film/TheSandlot'') and he began the production as director. After a week of shooting, he was fired and production was shut down until Richard Donner was brought in to replace him. In the process, the production budget more than doubled (from $15 million` million to $35 million) and the release date was constantly shuffled due to reshoots, production delays and bad test screenings (this was intended to be Columbia's big summer film for 1991). Eventually, the film was quietly released in February 1992 and was a BoxOfficeBomb.
25th Oct '12 12:05:14 PM Sapphirea
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* TroubledProduction: This was intended to be the directorial debut of screenwriter David Mickey Evans (who later did ''TheSandlot'') and he began the production as director. After a week of shooting, he was fired and production was shut down until Richard Donner was brought in to replace him. In the process, the production budget more than doubled (from $15 million` to $35 million) and the release date was constantly shuffled due to reshoots, production delays and bad test screenings (this was intended to be Columbia's big summer film for 1991). Eventually, the film was quietly released in February 1992 and was a BoxOfficeBomb.
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