History Trivia / Zulu

2nd Jun '16 9:03:46 AM moloch
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* ExecutiveMeddling: On a ''governmental'' level. The film company was forbidden to actually pay the Zulu's acting as extras, under [[TheApartheidEra apartheid]] laws. Director Cy Enfield, who'd struck up a friendship with the Zulus acting in the film, was upset with this and decided to leave them the cattle used in the film, more valuable to them than money.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: On a ''governmental'' level. The film company was forbidden to actually pay the Zulu's Zulus acting as extras, under [[TheApartheidEra apartheid]] laws. Director Cy Enfield, who'd struck up a friendship with the Zulus acting in the film, was upset with this and decided to leave them the cattle used in the film, more valuable to them than money.
22nd Apr '16 3:41:59 PM TheD3rp
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** Not even slightly true http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058777/trivia
24th Aug '15 2:17:54 AM chrisboote
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** Not even slightly true http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058777/trivia
27th Oct '14 4:46:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* BeamMeUpScotty: "Suddenly, Zulus! Thousands of them!"



* PlayingAgainstType: Inverted. MichaelCaine, who would go on to play working class Cockney characters throughout his career, plays a snobby aristocratic officer with a posh accent in this movie -- his first.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Inverted. MichaelCaine, who would go on to play working class Cockney characters throughout his career, plays a snobby aristocratic officer with a posh accent in this movie -- his first.first.
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9th Aug '14 9:47:42 PM Random888
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* BannedInChina: The South African apartheid regime only allowed white audiences to see the film because it was thought that it might encourage the blacks to rebel. Eventually, the regime agreed to allow a special screening for the black extras who had been in the movie.



* PlayingAgainstType: Inverted. MichaelCaine, who would go on to play working class Cockney characters throughout his career, plays a snobby aristocratic officer with a posh accent in this movie -- his first.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Inverted. MichaelCaine, who would go on to play working class Cockney characters throughout his career, plays a snobby aristocratic officer with a posh accent in this movie -- his first.
30th Mar '12 4:59:13 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* ExecutiveMeddling: On a ''governmental'' level. The film company was forbidden to actually pay the Zulu's acting as extras, under [[TheApartheidEra apartheid]] laws. Director Cy Enfield, who'd struck up a friendship with the Zulus acting in the film, was upset with this and decided to leave them the cattle used in the film, more valuable to them than money.
* PlayingAgainstType: Inverted. MichaelCaine, who would go on to play working class Cockney characters throughout his career, plays a snobby aristocratic officer with a posh accent in this movie -- his first.
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