One of the most interesting things about useless movie facts is that they always seem to come in handy. For example, if you are out to dinner with friends and no one has anything to say, you could throw out a few useless movie facts to liven up the conversation. In addition to their conversation starting assistance, many movie facts that some would deem useless are quite interesting.
What Can I Use Movie Facts For?
Curious as to what you can use movie facts for? A brief list includes:
- Impressing friends or colleagues with your movie knowledge
- Starting conversations
- Signatures or quotes on online Internet forums
- To strengthen a point you are making
- To bolster your own knowledge
Though this list is brief, there are literally hundreds of ways to use movie facts!
What Are A Few Useless Movie Facts?
Curious as to what type of movie facts are out there for you to use to your advantage? A few include:
- Thinking that the film was too long, a theater manager in Seoul, Korea cut out all of the songs in The Sound of Music at his theater's showings--defeating the movie's popular soundtrack!
- The speaking voice of Jessica Rabbit and the singing voice were portrayed by two separate actresses.
- The 101 Dalmatians had a combined 6,469,952 spots.
- The f-word was first broadcast in the 1968 movie, I'll Never Forget Whatshisname.
- There are many Disney related useless facts, such as in the movie Aladdin. In the movie, after Rajah attacks him, it sounds as if Aladdin tells Jasmine to take her clothes off.
- The Godfather is the first film in over two decades that required Marlon Brando to audition.
- Twelve different buses were used in the filming of the movie Speed.
- David Niven and George Lazenby share one unique fact: They are the only men to play the James Bond character a singular time.
- Judy Garland received $35 a week for her role in the Wizard of Oz. Toto, the famous dog, received $125.
- The famous Sesame Street characters, Bert and Ernie, were named after the cab driver and policeman in It's A Wonderful Life.
- The Dark Knight is the first Batman movie to not have 'Batman' in the title of the film.
- Ronald Regan is the only US president to wear a Nazi uniform (in the film Desperate Journey).
- While outdated, in the early 2000's, it was speculated that Kevin Bacon had a supporting role in 27 percent of American made movies since 1982.
Where To Find Movie Facts
The Internet is loaded with places to find even the most useless of movie facts.
- IMDB is a great source for movie trivia and facts. You can use their website to find trivia by year, location, star and more. There is even a specialized trivia browser to answer even the most out there movie questions. You can even find specific movie facts related to goofs and technical data. For the movie buff, the site is a gold mine!
- Contrary to its name, Moviefactsinc is not a movie facts website. It is actually the website for a published newsletter distributed in theaters. However, the website provides numerous fun movie facts, questions and quotes.
- Oh Joy! is a great website chock full of movie facts on numerous movies. Take the time to look through and you are sure to find a movie fact gem!
Tips and Tricks
- Always be willing to read blogs if you are looking for useless movie related facts. Many blogs, such as Only Good Movies have posts of interesting movie facts. For example, you may not know that Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer have a heated hatred for one another!
- If you want facts regarding a specific movies, be sure to Google the topic. Looking through all of the results may find you what you are looking for--and then some!
While often useless, movie facts can be good fun to both read and learn about, especially when they let you relive your favorite classic movie in a brand new light!