History Trivia / TheManWhoFellToEarth

29th Dec '15 6:57:57 PM Ezclee4050
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* BadExportForYou: The original US distributor cut 20 minutes from the film, rendering it even more confusing. They were restored in the 2011 re-release.
30th Jun '15 11:30:59 AM Sapphirea2
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* TheCastShowoff: Amusingly {{subverted}}; Newton is a ''terrible'' singer!

** Bowie originally was tapped to write the score and worked on it with Paul Buckmaster. For various reasons, it wasn't used and has never been formally released, though a backwards bass part on ''Low'''s "Subterraneans" was taken from what they worked on.
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** Bowie originally was tapped to write the score and worked on it with Paul Buckmaster. For various reasons, it wasn't used and has never been formally released, though a backwards bass part on ''Low'''s "Subterraneans" was taken from what they worked on.
30th Dec '14 8:35:24 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: For TheSeventies.
31st Oct '14 9:00:07 AM Sapphirea2
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''Of casting your actor... based on his works!''\\
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''Of casting your actor... based on his works!''\\works!''
19th Jul '14 2:58:25 PM Dannykat
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* ActingForTwo: Candy Clark plays both Mary-Lou and the wife Thomas left behind. This isn't obvious because the latter is a RubberForeheadAlien who has no dialogue. (She also played Thomas himself in one scene, with a hat pulled over her face, when David Bowie was ill.)

** Bowie originally was tapped to write the score and worked on it with Paul Buckmaster. For various reasons, it wasn't used and has never been formally released, though a backwards bass part on ''Low'''s "Subterraneans" was taken from what they worked on.
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** Bowie originally was tapped to write the score and worked on it with Paul Buckmaster. For various reasons, it wasn't used and has never been formally released, though a backwards bass part on ''Low'''s "Subterraneans" was taken from what they worked on.
8th Apr '14 8:27:45 PM Fireblood
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** The novel was primarily set in Kentucky, but the movie used New Mexico to take advantage of a tax break for British filmmakers. (this was the first British-produced film shot entirely in the U.S.). Its deserts also provided a useful backdrop for the scenes set on Newton's home planet.
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** The novel was primarily set in Kentucky, but the movie used New Mexico to take advantage of a tax break for British filmmakers. filmmakers (this was the first British-produced film shot entirely in the U.S.). Its deserts also provided a useful backdrop for the scenes set on Newton's home planet.
8th Apr '14 8:21:17 PM Fireblood
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* ActorAllusion: [[WebVideo/BrowsHeldHigh Oancitizen]] put it best (to the tune of [[Film/{{Labyrinth}} "Magic Dance"]]): --> ''Now, [[Music/DavidBowie Ziggy Stardust]] was an alien on Earth''\\ ''And he was doomed''\\ ''To fall to human vice, and leave his people blue''\\ ''Director knew!''\\ ''Nicholas Roeg must have known 'bout this''\\ ''Banned from space, this is a case''\\ ''Of casting your actor... based on his works!''\\

** The novel was primarily set in Kentucky, but the movie used New Mexico to take advantage of a tax break for British filmmakers. (This was the first British-produced film shot entirely in the U.S.) Its deserts also provided a useful backdrop for the scenes set on Newton's home planet.
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** The novel was primarily set in Kentucky, but the movie used New Mexico to take advantage of a tax break for British filmmakers. (This (this was the first British-produced film shot entirely in the U.S.) ). Its deserts also provided a useful backdrop for the scenes set on Newton's home planet.
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