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Leprechaun in the Hood (2000) This is the fifth movie in the Leprechaun series, although the number "5" doesn't appear anywhere in the title or credits.
To Hell and Back (1955) In the movie, Audie Murphy does his one-man standoff on top of a medium M-4 Sherman tank whereas in real life he did his one-man standoff on top of an M-18 Hellcat tank destroyer.
Jour de fête (1949) The movie was originally filmed in Thomson-color, a process that became extinct before prints of the film could be shown and was previously only available in a black and white version that was filmed as a precaution, in case the color process was not perfect. In 1995 the color copy was restored and published by Tati's daughter Sophie Tatischeff, and cinematographer François Ede.
The High and the Mighty (1954) The lyrics to the famed title song are only heard at the very end, are sung by a large choral group, and are different than the familiar lyrics heard in the popular-song record releases of the time.
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