The first on-screen Don Juan was John Barrymore in the 1926 movie Don Juan, the first movie to synchronize sound effects into a sound track.
- How old was Judy Garland when she made The Wizard of Oz (1939)? Judy Garland was sixteen when she made The Wizard of Oz.
- Who wrote Summer of ’42, the book on which the 1971 movie is based? Herman Raucher wrote the book Summer of '42, which was also a movie.
- How many people are killed in Taxi Driver (1976)? Four people are killed in Taxi Driver (1976): the pimp Sport; the "timekeeper" for Iris the prostitute; Iris's Mafioso customer; and the grocery store robber.
- Which Olympic Games does Chariots of Fire (1981) portray? Chariots of Fire (1981) portrays the 1924 Olympics in Paris.
- Where did the idea come from for having Frankenstein (1931) end at a windmill? The ending was the brainstorm of the director originally assigned to the film, Robert Florey (later replaced by James Whale). Florey's apartment was located over a Van De Kamp Bakery, whose trademark was…
- What did one critic call “the most expensive haircut in history”? One critic called the haircut of Samson (Victor Mature) by Delilah (Hedy Lamarr) in the $3 million 1949 Cecil B. DeMille epic Samson and Delilah, "the most expensive haircut in history".