The first theater in the world exclusively devoted to showing motion pictures was the Nickelodeon. This theater opened on June 19, 1905 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and cost of admission was a nickel.
Rose of Washington Square
The Jazz Singer
The Singing Fool
The 1927 film The Jazz Singer is considered the first of the "talkies."
The Cure for Insomnia
Dances With Wolves
The Cure for Insomnia (1987) is the longest movie ever made with a total running time of 85 hours (5,220 minutes).
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Something About Mary
My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) had a budget (inflation adjusted) of only $6 million and revenues of $369 million, for a whopping 6150 percent return on investment.
$10 a day
$35 a week
$100 a day
$240 a week
Judy Garland was paid just $35 a week for The Wizard of Oz. Funny enough, the dog Toto received $125 a week.
Reese's Pieces! Steven Spielberg originally was going to use M&M's but wasn't able to get the rights to do so.
A Bug's Life
The Incredibles (PG) was the first Pixar film above rated G.
M. Nesman, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington
S. Grigsby, 1234 Ocean Lane, San Diego
P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney
J. Fisherman, 52 Octopus Lane, Miami
Marlin and Dory found swim goggles with the address P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney and memorized the address in hopes that Nemo would be there.
Vivien Leigh was selected from the 1,400 actresses that were interviewed to play Scarlett O'Hara.
Trick question! They have all played James Bond.
The film starred Walter Matthau and Tatum O'Neal. It was followed up by two sequels, and a remake.
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