HIDDEN STUFF TO FIND IN SOME OF YOUR FAVOURITE FILMS
Added on: 6th Oct 2016
Next time you see this movie try to focus on the scene
where Mr. Pink is describing how he got away from the
cops near the beginning. As he’s running from them, the
famous Wilhelm scream sound effect can be heard by
someone as Mr. Pink shoves him out of the way. The
Wilhelm scream is used in a lot of other films. It’s often
put in as a joke by the sound people.
Shortly before the eggs hatch the protagonist’s dad calls
from the convention while his mom’s making Christmas treats.
Take a good look behind the dad: there’s a large machine in
the background with several gadgets moving on it, right?
When the scene cuts back to the mom and then back to the
dad, the machine is gone. What happened to the machine
we don’t know, but what we do know is that the machine
was from the movie The Time Machine.
E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL
During the scene where everyone’s out for Halloween, while
Looking through the eyes of E.T. you can see a lady whom his
eyes seem to follow. It’s a woman in a monster mask carrying
a poodle. In case you ever wondered what the big deal is about
this scene and a woman you never see again, keep in mind
this woman is Debra Winger, the voice of E.T.
During the scene where Blade is being told about how Dracula
is being revived by the vampires, Hannibal King (Ryan Reynolds)
shows Blade a copy of the comic book The Tomb of Dracula.
This is the comic where the character Blade was originally
During the scene of this hilarious comedy where
Brendan Frazer has changed into a super sensitive guy
and tries to kiss his dream girl Alison, he gets
interrupted by Elizabeth Hurley with her two Dobermans
that she calls back by their names, Peter and Dudley.
In case you didn’t know, this was a reference to the
stars and screenwriters of the original Bedazzled,
Dudley Moore and Peter Cook.
Jim Lovell, the astronaut portrayed by Tom Hanks,
makes a cameo at the end of the film when the
astronauts are retrieved from their capsule and brought
safely aboard the ship. He was asked by Ron Howard to
wear the uniform of a US Navy admiral for his appearance
but Lovell said that he would prefer to play the role in his
old captain’s uniform because that was the rank he held
when he retired from the navy. Hence the “admiral” listed
in the film’s credits is only wearing the four bars of a
captain on his shoulder boards.
When entering the alien vessel, looking for the source of
the SOS signal, the Nostromo’s crew comes face to face
with the remains of the vessel’s alien navigator still
sitting in its chair. In one take, the crew is dwarfed by
its size. The actors used in this scene are actually
children (Ridley Scott’s), dressed up as astronauts.
By doing so Scott could make the set look larger than life.
TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY
By the end of the movie, in the factory, two Sarah Connors
can be seen in the same take: the “real” Sarah and the
T-1000 disguised as Sarah (confusing her son as to who is
his real mother). The fake Sarah is actually Linda Hamilton’s
real life twin in her first and only film role. In this case,
no special effects or stand in were necessary.