How well do you remember the best volcano-themed movies of the '90s? We'll give you a quote from the L.A.-based Volcano, the Pierce Brosnan vehicle Dante's Peak or the Tom Hanks comedy Joe Versus The Volcano and it's up to you to select the movie it came from.
While the James Bond novels weren’t an immediate hit when they were published, they did get some recognition from at least one American: John F. Kennedy gave From Russia With Love a nod in one of his speeches.
Reclusive millionaire Howard Hughes put his engineering skills to work in 1941 when he cast Jane Russell as the lead in his film The Outlaw. He designed a special half-cup, underwire, and cantilevered brassiere to highlight her…talent.
The Flintstones was sponsored by a cigarette company during the show's first two seasons. The show was intended for adults, not kids, so few complained about the commercials that depicted the stone-age characters puffing away on Winstons.
DID YOU KNOW? Marlon Brando hated memorizing lines so much that he posted cue cards everywhere to help him get through scenes.
He even asked for lines to be written on an actress's posterior. (That request was denied.)