FlickFacts.com - The Free Internet Movie and TV Database

FlickFacts, your free online database of 'all you want to know' about your favorite films, TV-series, actors, actresses, directors and writers.
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 Movie Facts

White Mane (1953) French visa # 11908.
Emil und die Detektive (1931) Cameo: [Erich Kaestner]the man reading the newspaper on the trolley when Emil first arrives in Berlin.
The Raven (1935) Shooting lasted from Mar. 20-Apr. 5, 1935, released July 4 in NYC, with Bela Lugosi in attendance, due to sail to England to begin The Mystery of the Marie Celeste.
The Kentucky Fried Movie (1977) The nunchaku scene in "Fistful of Yen" was until recently cut from the UK release. This is due to the fact that nunchaku are illegal weapons in Britain and Ireland. Only in recent times have the authorities loosened restrictions on displaying these weapons on TV and film.
Animal House (1978) Chris Miller based the character of Pinto on himself. Dean Wormer was based on Richard Nixon and Miller's Dean at Dartmouth.