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The test audience to whom the movie was initially screened was not told that the movie was intended to be a comedy. Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale recalled that the atmosphere in the cinema started to get really tense during the scene where Einstein the dog is sent through time, because the audience was expecting that something gruesome had happened to the dog.
Back to the Future Part I (1985)

The test audience to whom the movie was initially screened was not told that the movie was intended to be a comedy. Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale recalled that the atmosphere in the cinema started to get really tense during the scene where Einstein the dog is sent through time, because the audience was expecting that something gruesome had happened to the dog.

Back to the Future Part I (1985)

To get the feel of acting with cartoon characters, Bob Hoskins studied his three-year-old daughter playing with her imaginary friends. 
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Rest In Peace Bob Hoskins

To get the feel of acting with cartoon characters, Bob Hoskins studied his three-year-old daughter playing with her imaginary friends.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

Rest In Peace Bob Hoskins

When Marty is being judged at the band auditions at the beginning, the judge who stands up to say he is “just too darn loud” is Huey Lewis, whose songs, “The Power of Love” and “Back in Time” are featured on the movie’s soundtrack, and also wrote Marty’s audition song (which is a re-orchestrated version of “The Power of Love.”)
Back to the Future Part I (1985)

When Marty is being judged at the band auditions at the beginning, the judge who stands up to say he is “just too darn loud” is Huey Lewis, whose songs, “The Power of Love” and “Back in Time” are featured on the movie’s soundtrack, and also wrote Marty’s audition song (which is a re-orchestrated version of “The Power of Love.”)

Back to the Future Part I (1985)

The train that crashes into the bottom of the ravine was actually a model.
Back to the Future Part lll (1990)

The train that crashes into the bottom of the ravine was actually a model.

Back to the Future Part lll (1990)

The production ultimately used three real DeLoreans.
Back To The Future (1985)

The production ultimately used three real DeLoreans.

Back To The Future (1985)

To give Jessica’s ample bosom an unusual bounce, her supervising animator Russell Hall reversed the natural up-down movements of her breasts as she walked: they bounce up when a real woman’s breasts bounce down and vice versa.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

To give Jessica’s ample bosom an unusual bounce, her supervising animator Russell Hall reversed the natural up-down movements of her breasts as she walked: they bounce up when a real woman’s breasts bounce down and vice versa.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

The role of Clara Clayton was written specifically for Mary Steenburgen.
Back to the Future Part lll (1990)

The role of Clara Clayton was written specifically for Mary Steenburgen.

Back to the Future Part lll (1990)

The drive-in theater was constructed specifically for this film. It was built in Monument Valley, and demolished immediately after filming. No films were ever screened there.
Back to the Future Part lll (1990)

The drive-in theater was constructed specifically for this film. It was built in Monument Valley, and demolished immediately after filming. No films were ever screened there.

Back to the Future Part lll (1990)

The train that crashes into the bottom of the ravine was actually a model.
Back to the Future Part III (1990)

The train that crashes into the bottom of the ravine was actually a model.

Back to the Future Part III (1990)

When Forrest gets up to talk at the Vietnam rally in Washington, the microphone plug is pulled and you cannot hear him. According to Tom Hanks, he says, “Sometimes when people go to Vietnam, they go home to their mommas without any legs. Sometimes they don’t go home at all. That’s a bad thing. That’s all I have to say about that.”
Forrest Gump (1994)

When Forrest gets up to talk at the Vietnam rally in Washington, the microphone plug is pulled and you cannot hear him. According to Tom Hanks, he says, “Sometimes when people go to Vietnam, they go home to their mommas without any legs. Sometimes they don’t go home at all. That’s a bad thing. That’s all I have to say about that.”

Forrest Gump (1994)

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

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