74 is Goosebumps?
It’s not. All I will say is that Baylee is very close with their guess.
oh dang I dont know do you need the part since that is a multiple part movie? I think it might be part one if that’s the kind of thing you are looking for
You may possibly be correct, but there is also a year attached to the name.
ah Cali you make that so hard
I know, right? Do you know the years for any of them?
ah it will take a minute to think but yeah probably
Wait is it 94 my gut just says 94
HAHAHAHA! Yeah. (wink)
Heck yeah so it is fear street part 1 1994?
Yes, it is. (wink)
- There was an original silent film with the same name made in 1916.
- Kirk Douglas was taught how to play the tenor guitar by Harper Goff.
- When the character with the axe is trying to break through the door the camera is placed on the floor exactly like Stanley Kubrick did in The Shining (1980).
- The opening scene is an homage to Scream (1996). The camera work and even the way he catches and stabs the girl mirrors the opening murder from Scream.
- As Josh walks past Kate in the hallway, he recites one of the variations of the popular Konami code, “Up, Down, Up, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start”.
- Based on R.L. Stine’s Fear Street book series.
- The famous walk by the character of Rose Loomis across the cobblestone street holds the record for the longest walk in cinema history; 116 feet of film.
- Even though she had a starring role, the lead actress was still under contract to 20th Century Fox as a stock actor at a fixed salary, so she actually made less money than her make-up man did.
- The lead actress’ first Technicolor film.
- In the film, Rose gets a $12.50 refund for a bus ticket from Niagara Falls, Ontario to Chicago, Illinois. In 2019, that is equivalent, due to inflation, to around $120. Actually, in 2019, you can purchase a one-way bus ticket for the same trip for around $55.
- First of three huge hits for Marilyn Monroe in 1953 - the others being “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)” and “How to Marry a Millionaire (1953).” The trio grossed over $25,000,000, making it Monroe’s most successful year of her film career.
pfft I don’t know movies
Any? Or just old ones? 'Cause you could always just guess?
The 7 year itch? The only movie I know with Marilyn except the ones you just listed and the one from 59’
Nah, it’s not this one. But… I may or may not have named the film in one of its clues. (smirk)
Idk … Road to Niagra Falls?
Not exactly, no. The title isn’t that long.