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The fictional TXRD team ‘Hurl Scouts’ were based on the ‘Tough Cookies’ from Los Angeles.
Whip It (2009)

The fictional TXRD team ‘Hurl Scouts’ were based on the ‘Tough Cookies’ from Los Angeles.

Whip It (2009)

Steven Spielberg shot most of the film from the eye-level of a child to further connect with Elliot and E.T.
ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Steven Spielberg shot most of the film from the eye-level of a child to further connect with Elliot and E.T.

ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Most of the full-body puppetry was performed by a 2’ 10 tall stuntman, but the scenes in the kitchen were done using a 10-year old boy who was born without legs but was an expert on walking on his hands.
ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Most of the full-body puppetry was performed by a 2’ 10 tall stuntman, but the scenes in the kitchen were done using a 10-year old boy who was born without legs but was an expert on walking on his hands.

ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

ET’s plants included some made from inflated condoms with polyester blooms.
ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

ET’s plants included some made from inflated condoms with polyester blooms.

ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

ET’s face was modeled after poet Carl Sandburg, Albert Einstein and a pug dog.
ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

ET’s face was modeled after poet Carl Sandburg, Albert Einstein and a pug dog.

ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

At one point during filming, ‘Drew Barrymore’ was consistently forgetting her lines, annoying Steven Spielberg  to the point where he actually yelled at her. He later found out that  she had reported to work with a very high fever. Feeling guilty, he  hugged her and apologized repeatedly as she cried and cried. He then  sent her home - with a note from her director.
ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

At one point during filming, ‘Drew Barrymore’ was consistently forgetting her lines, annoying Steven Spielberg to the point where he actually yelled at her. He later found out that she had reported to work with a very high fever. Feeling guilty, he hugged her and apologized repeatedly as she cried and cried. He then sent her home - with a note from her director.

ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Sometimes it's what we don't see that's important.

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