Best romance movie trivia of 1963

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The Birds picture

Trivia: Tippi Hendren actually received a cut on her face by a bird in one of the shots.

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From Russia With Love picture

Trivia: When Bay is about to kill the man that was hanging on the movie banner, look carefully at the names on the banner. The names are Albert R Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, the producers of the Bond movies.

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Trivia: This Carry on film (carry on cabby) was firstly called Call me a cab.

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Summer Holiday picture

Trivia: In the scene where the whole gang go waltzing on their big night out, you can see Don accidently drop Barbara when he attempts to flip her over on the dance floor.

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Trivia: Inspector Clouseau was originally written as a supporting character to Sir Charles Lytton. However, Clouseau became so popular, he became the focal point for all of the subsequent "Panther" films.

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Carry On Jack picture

Trivia: The original title of this movie was going to be "Carry On Up The Armada", but unfortunately it didn't find favour with the British Board of Film Censors.

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Charade picture

Trivia: Peter Joshua was named after Director Stanley Donen's two sons, Peter and Joshua.

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Donovan's Reef picture

Trivia: The Australian Shore Patrol Officer who breaks up the final fight is John Wayne's real-life son, Patrick.

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Trivia: Lionel Jeffries was only 5 years older than June Thorburn, who plays his daughter.

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Cleopatra picture

Trivia: The film was to have run six hours with two intermissions, but it was cut down to four with one.

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Beach Party picture

Trivia: Anthropology Professor Robert Orwell Sutwell is writing a book about the sex habits of teenagers. His secretary tells him, "Hang on to the movie rights. American-International will snap it up in a minute." American-International is the real-life Los Angeles studio which produced several teen-oriented films, including "Reform School Girl," "Hot Rod gang," "I Was A Teenage Werewolf" - and "Beach Party."

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