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True or False - Movies
Here's some movie trivia that you may or may not know. Make your best guess.
The mask used by Michael Myers in Halloween was a Captain Kirk mask painted white.
In the "Big Lebowski" the word 'dude' is used 161 times, the F word 292 times and the word 'man' 147 times.
In "Jaws" the line "You're gonna need a bigger boat" was never in the original script but ad libbed by Roy Scheider.
Star Wars Wookie suits are made from human hair.
"Die Hard" originated from the failed script of Commando 2.
The phrase "old sport" is said 55 times in the 2013 movie "The Great Gatsby".
Ewoks are never referred as Ewoks in "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi".
Pumbaa in The Lion King was the first character to 'pass gas' aka flatulate in a Disney movie.
Pierce Brosnan was contractually forbidden from wearing a full tuxedo in any non-James Bond movie from 1995-2002.
In 2009, Nigeria made more films than the USA.
The word 'mafia' is only mentioned once in the film "The Godfather".
In the movie National Treasure, the good guys use Yahoo and the bad guys use Google.
Originally, movie trailers played before the start of the cartoon, newsreel, serial or feature film.
The budget for the movie "Titanic" cost almost as much as the real Titanic.
On the set of 1982's The Thing, the whole cast and crew included only 2 females.
The Soviets made a version of The Hobbit movie in 1995.
Apollo Creed from the movie "Rocky" was based on Sugar Ray Robinson.
The F-word is used 215 times in the film "Pulp Fiction".
In 2011, China banned time travel depictions on TV. They were only allowed in films.
Worldwide ticket sales for the Halloween franchise put it at just shy of a billion dollars, making it the highest earning horror franchise globally.
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