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Post by Paul Mon 22 Jan 2024, 7:40 am

50 Movie Bloopers That Made The Final Cut

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Most bloopers wind up being cut from movies but occasionally, some actually enhance the film, and the director will decide to include them in the final product. The best part about mistakes and bloopers is that the reactions are 100% authentic, with no acting involved. Everything looks like it happened for a reason in movies, but it's surprising how many great movie scenes happened because the actor was ill, accidentally slipped and fell, or simply ad-libbed.

American Beauty

In the movie American Beauty, the dinner scene didn't go as planned; it went better. Kevin was supposed to throw the plate of asparagus on the floor, but he decided to throw the plate at the wall. The director and Kevin made this change without telling anyone else because they wanted a genuine reaction. 

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They took the lamp and picture out to avoid any debris. Annette Bening and Thora Birch had no idea, and their reactions showed it, which is what the director wanted. They got the scene filmed in one take.

The Other Guys

In one scene, Terry says to Allen that if he were a lion and Allen were tuna, he would swim around the ocean and eat Allen. Allen was not supposed to respond to the comment, but it didn't make sense, so he said back. "Ok, first off, a lion swimming in the ocean?

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Lions don't even like the water. If you placed it near a river or some sort of fresh water source, that'd make sense." He went on from there, and it was all improv, and the director liked it, so it became part of the movie.

The Wolf of Wall Street

One of the most famous scenes in The Wolf of Wall Street is the lunch between Leonardo DiCaprio and Matthew McConaughey, where Matthew teaches the green Wall Street broker the name of the game. When the lunch begins, Matthew begins pounding on his chest and performing some sort of ritual song. 

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The chest-pounding was not in the script, but Matthew was doing it in-between takes to relax, so he decided to do it in the scene. DiCaprio had no idea, and you can see him look around at the crew to see if the cameras were still rolling. They ended up keeping the scene.

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

What you might not know about the waxing scene in The 40-Year-Old Virgin is that Steve Carell actually had his chest waxed on camera. The crew only had one chance to film the scene because they needed to capture Carell's true reaction or scream of pain. 

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The actress who did the waxing lied to the crew and said she had experience with waxing when she did not. Because she wasn't experienced, she forgot the crucial step of applying vaseline to Carell's nipples to prevent injury. After Carell started bleeding a little, a crew member thankfully stepped in.

Guardians of the Galaxy

Chris Pratt plays Peter Quill, Starlord, in Guardians of the Galaxy. His character has a comedic side to him and can be very clumsy, so when he dropped the orb, the director left it in the movie because it was a more fitting representation of his character. 

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He was supposed to just hold out the potentially universe-destroying orb, but instead, he accidentally dropped it. It was later found out that Pratt dropped the orb on purpose and commented, "Better to ask forgiveness than permission."

Thor: The Dark World

Chris Hemsworth played the character, Thor, in the movie Thor: The Dark World. His character was one of the most powerful of the Asgardians and is considered a god on Earth. His power was his strength, and his hammer used as a devastating weapon and a divine instrument to provide blessings. 

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Only people worthy of its power can lift it, and when Thor puts his hand out, it comes to him. In one scene, when Thor walks into Jane's house, Chris thought it would be funny to hang his hammer on a coat hook. The improvisation was so good; the scene was put into the final cut.

The Princess Diaries

Anne Hathaway plays an awkward and geeky girl who finds out she's heir apparent to the throne of Genovia in the movie The Princess Diaries. While filming one of the scenes where the character was supposed to walk on the bleachers with her friend, Anne took a pretty nasty tumble.

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It had rained, and the actress was trying to hurry and get the shot before it got dark out; after the fall, Anne laughed and just continued with the scene. The fall fit so well with her clumsy character that the unscripted accident was left in the film.


One of the most iconic scenes from Titanic is when Jack stands at the front of the ship with his best friend Fabrizio, puts both of his arms out, and shouts, "I'm the king of the world." The phrase was not actually part of the script; it was made up on the spot by the director James Cameron. 

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They had tried multiple lines, and nothing seemed right, so Cameron just told Leonardo to say "I am the king of the world" and really sell it. Leonardo questioned him a few times but just did, and the scene became the most iconic part of the movie.

Mrs. Doubtfire

Robin Williams plays the character Mrs. Doubtfire in the movie Mrs. Doubtfire. The scene where Mrs. Doubtfire covered her face with icing didn't go as planned. She covered her face with icing because the social worker had come, but the icing started dripping down the actor's face because the heat from the set lights made it melt. 

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Robin had to improvise, and at the moment when the icing dripped into the social worker's tea, he decided to say, "There you go, you've got your cream and your sugar now."

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Tower

In the film The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, when Eowyn is standing near the main hall and the flag rips, they thought the moment was ruined because the flag was ripped right from the pole. The director ended up thinking it was better. 

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It made the situation in Rohan look even more desperate as it underlined the genuine emotion that people were meant to feel. The fact that Eowyn was standing there looking forlorn went a long way towards conveying the need that the land and its people possessed at that moment.

Rain Man

Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman played the dysfunctional brothers in the Rain Man. When the two brothers were squeezed into a phone booth, Hoffman's character ends up passing gas in that cramped space, but the actors made it look like it was part of the scene. 

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They managed to stay in character and spontaneously created such a good scene that it became a fan favorite. Ray looked at Charlie and said, "Uh oh, fart," Charlie attempted to open the door, but it was stuck. Hoffman meant it as a joke, but the directors chose to leave it in the movie.


Robert Downey Jr., who plays Iron Man in the Avengers, always took it upon himself to shoot scenes with the addition of snacks. At one point, he even brought enough snacks for everyone when they were about to shoot a scene. 

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It got to the point where the director just had eating snacks be part of Robert's character. The director could not stop Robert Downey Jr. from sneaking snacks behind the scenes, so all the Tony Stark eating scenes are probably not scripted.

The Dark Knight

Heath Ledger played the Joker in The Dark Knight and was known for improvisation in films. The jail's creepy clapping scene was not a part of the script; he improvised it during the shoot. In the scene, police officers in the room applaud when Gary Oldman's Jim Gordon gets promoted as Commissioner for arresting Joker. 

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Suddenly, the Joker starts slowly clapping for Gordon. He began to clap louder, and everyone was baffled because that wasn't part of the script. The director loved it, and it was kept in the movie.

The Silence of the Lambs

Anthony Hopkins plays Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs, one of Hollywood's most brilliant and gruesome characters. Clarice goes to talk to Lecter in prison in hopes of getting insight into the case. Lecter tells her about his cannibalistic ways, like when he ate liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti. 

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He follows the sentence with an improvised hissing sound to spook the agent. It was one of the most chilling performances of all time. It was completely spontaneous, and the reaction on Foster's face is genuine.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Ralph Fiennes plays Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. To keep his co-stars on their toes, he would say different lines during every take of the final iconic battle scene to get genuine reactions. 

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He would also randomly choose something or someone to focus on. For the scene that made the cut, Voldemort suddenly pulls an uncomfortable Draco into a hug. Tom Felton's nervous look is genuine as he wasn't expecting it.

Forrest Gump

The movie Forrest Gump was one of Tom Hanks' best performances, and he won an Oscar for that performance. One of the scenes that stand out is a scene Hanks actually improvised. When he was on the bus going to boot camp, he sat next to Bubba. 

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He introduced himself, saying his real name is Benjamin Buford Blue, but that everyone calls him Bubba. Hanks replied, off-script, that his name is Forrest Gump, and everyone calls him Forrest Gump. The director loved it and kept it in the movie.

Dirty Dancing

The movie Dirty Dancing was a well-loved movie with its extraordinary choreography. Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze played the main characters, and one of their dance scenes was not even part of the script. Grey and Swayze crawled around on the floor during the rehearsal scene, which was only intended to be a warm-up exercise. 

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Director Emile Ardolino loved it so much that he made it part of the movie. Another unscripted part was the ticklish scene where Baby laughs uncontrollably, and Johnny gets frustrated. They thought the scene was so funny that they used it in the film.


The movie Scream was a horror movie made in 1996 and follows the character, Sidney Prescott. The movie was credited with bringing back horror films in the 1990s. Matthew Lillard plays the character Stuart, who ends up being the killer, but he acts like one of Prescott's friends for most of the film. 

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The line towards the end, Houston, we have a problem was not scripted. Lillard improvised because he went to grab the gun, and it was missing, which also was not scripted. Instead of questioning where the gun was, he rolled with it, and the scene was kept in the movie.

The Revenant

In the film The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio had to do many difficult things during the filming. Some of those things were going in and out of frozen rivers and sleeping in animal carcasses. One of the scenes shows him eating a bison liver, and it wasn't fake; he actually ate a raw bison liver. 

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DiCaprio was concerned that the fake liver did not look genuine, so he volunteered to eat an actual bison liver. Before they could allow it, production had to get permission from the actor's lawyers and agent, and the final scene shows his genuine reaction to eating a raw animal organ.

The Usual Suspects

During the filming of The Usual Suspects, the scene where they were in the lineup was supposed to be a very serious scene. Pollack recalls that Singer was less than pleased with his cast's inability to stop laughing while filming that scene. 

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The guys were supposed to be very stoic, very impressed, and unintimidated. The actors said they were cracking up because one of them was farting during filming. However, the fact that the actors could not keep straight faces at that moment resulted in a happy accident that helped the film continue to be a crowd-pleaser.

Blade Runner

In the movie Blade Runner, Daryl Hannah is definitely committed to her character. In the scene where Pris meets sympathetic genetic designer J.F. Sebastian, Pris (Hannah) is seen slipping on the pavement as she runs away and smashes her elbow through a car window. 

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Hannah's fall was a genuine mistake, and the car window her elbow crashed through was real glass. Even though she got hurt, she continued with the take and later got treated for chipping her elbow in eight places.

Mission Impossible

In the movie Mission Impossible, Tom Cruise and the stunts team trained to make their moves as realistic as possible in the final fight scene, which included swinging a knife that stopped just millimeters from his eyeball. 

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But when his fellow stuntman told Cruise not to pull back on the final kick of the sequence, he didn't and ended up planting his foot squarely on his partner's jaw. The director used the entire shot, including the star's shocking reaction to his mistake.

Lord of the Rings

In the movie Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, there is a scene where Gandalf first arrives in Bag End to visit Bilbo. Actor Ian McKellen's fumbling with the chandelier was planned, but his sudden slam into a doorframe wasn't. 

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He walked right into the ceiling support beam and hit his head. His surprised shout and laugh were too good to leave out of the film, so Peter Jackson, the producer, left the mistake in the finished film.

Back to the Future 2

In the film Back to the Future: Part 2, the hoverboards led to one of the trilogy's most disastrous stunts. When Biff's gang tried to take out Marty, they wind up smashing through a courthouse window. The stunt called for all three actors to fly through the glass before dropping safely below, but an error during the stunt sent stuntwoman Cheryl Wheeler-Dixon slamming into a pillar instead. 

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The timing was thrown off, and she dropped thirty feet onto the stone below. She survived the fall but sustained severe injuries. The stunt was performed once, so you can see her fall in the finished film, but it does cut away a split second before impact.

Star Wars: A New Hope

In the movie Star Wars: A New Hope, the scene where a Stormtrooper hits his head has been a popular one. The shot comes toward the end of the movie's section when Luke, Han, and company save Princess Leia from the Death Star. Stormtroopers barge into a control room, and one of them walks right to the door that rises from the floor. 

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The actor explained that he wasn't feeling well that day and needed to go to the bathroom but was put in the shot. He felt his stomach rumble and then bang, hit his head. The producer George Lucas used the shot in the final film.

Full Metal Jacket

R. Lee Ermey plays Sergeant Hartman in the film Full Metal Jacket. The most well-known scene is a brutal verbal assault, insults flying fast, and lines such as, "what is your major malfunction" became iconic. For most of his character, the lines weren't written; Ermey improvised about half of his dialogue, using his experience in the service. 

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Coming up with the insults wasn't hard for Ermey; he was just being a drill sergeant, this time on camera. His performance in the film earned him a Golden Globe nomination and kickstarted his career.

Lucky Number Slevin

There is a scene in Lucky Number Slevin where Lucy Liu's character accidentally stumbles in and sees Josh Hartnett completely naked as he adjusts the modesty towel he's wearing. In the original script, that part wasn't supposed to happen but has a joke; Josh took the towel off just as Lucy walked in, flashing her. 

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Lucy's laugh and quiet 'sorry' were genuine before she continued delivering her lines. The director used the shot in the finished film because he loved the real reaction.


During one of the scenes of Rocky, Rocky Balboa runs through the Italian Market. The production didn't have permits and didn't clear the streets, but Stallone was completely unknown, so no crowds of fans pushed in on the filming. 

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The memorable moment where one of the Italian Market's vendors tosses Rocky an orange as he runs by happened spontaneously. The market vendor was unaware that the film was being shot and just happened to throw an orange at the grungy jogger in the gray sweatsuit. The scene was kept in the final movie.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

In Raiders of the Lost Ark, the scene when Indiana Jones attempts to ambush a group of Nazis with his leading lady held prisoner, the villain Belloq takes part in a surprise cameo. A fly suddenly appears on the actor's face and then disappears into his mouth. 

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The effects team thought it would be funnier to erase the fly's escape, turning what could have been a lousy take into an infamous moment that's impossible to miss. That's a good actor that can have a fly in their mouth and continue acting as nothing happened.

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

In Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, the scene where Han kisses Leia, she says I love you to him, and he replies, I know. His scripted line was something else, but he discussed it with the writer and said it would be beautiful, acceptable, and funny if he said I know back to Leia. 

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That moment ended in an argument between Ford and Carrie Fisher because she was annoyed her co-star made changes to their scene without her input. The argument happened before the scene, so there was tension while filming.


In the movie Whiplash, camera angles and sound effects were initially used to fake the slaps in the slapping scene. J.K. Simmons and Miles Teller later agreed to let Simmons deliver real slaps, which is why you see red marks on his cheeks. 

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It started with some of the slaps being fake, some light slaps, and then some that were hard enough to make the cheeks red. He was getting slapped hard and yelled at, and the director chose to keep the real slap in the movie.

Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire

In the movie Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, there is a scene where Mad Eye Moody talks to Barty Crouch. If you watch closely, he does a weird thing with his tongue, and you see it again when Harry goes into the Pensieve and sees Barty Crouch Jr. for the first time. 

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It was a clue that Mad Eye was actually Barty. Tennant gave Barty that nervous habit of licking his lips, and the producer decided to go with it. It became an indicator for Barty Crouch Sr. as to Moody's true identity.

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

While filming Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Aragorn, played by Viggo Mortensen, finds his hobbit buddies burned in a pile of bodies. He kicks a helmet in disappointment, but it turned out to be much heavier than he expected. 

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The actor broke two toes because of the kick, and his agonizing scream was so authentic, the take was used in the final cut of the film. Mortensen broke toes while filming, screamed, and then continued with the scene.


In the movie Passengers, there is a scene where Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are wearing spacesuits and are supposed to kiss after having been out walking in space. When they went to kiss during filming, they bumped into each other with their spacesuit and burst out laughing. 

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It made the moment as non-romantic as possible, but the director chose to leave it in the movie. They do end up kissing after they figure out how to with their big suits on.

Pretty Woman

The jewelry box scene in Pretty Woman was not originally in the script. The scene was originally staged as a practical joke intended for the film's gag reel. Julia Roberts did not know about this, so when she went to touch the necklace, Gere snaps the box shut on Julia Robert's gloved fingers. 

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It evoked one of the most spontaneously awkward but endearing laughs ever filmed, so the director chose to use the scene in the movie instead of the gaga reel.

Scream 3

In the movie Scream 3, Scott Foley turns out to be the killer. Sydney, Neve Campbell, was supposed to jump over the bar and stab the killer in the back with an icepick. When she jumped over, she missed the pad that she was supposed to plunge the pick into and actually hit flesh.

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Scott had a pad on his shoulder, which she missed, and the prop didn't work correctly. Scott Foley let out a scream, and it was so genuine, the director kept the scene in the film.

Fast & Furious 6

In the film Fast & Furious 6, there is a scene where Hobbs arrives at the barbecue, and Roman makes a jab about hiding Mia's baby oil. Dwayne Johnson's character wasn't supposed to respond to this, but he improvised a line about Roman's big forehead instead. 

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The comment caused Ludacris to crack up and spit his drink out. It was all captured on camera, and because Tyrese Gibson stayed in character and dejectedly responded to Johnson's jab, the take was used in the movie.

Django Unchained

In Quentin Tarantino's film Django Unchained, Leonardo DiCaprio plays the character, Calvin Candie. It was a climactic dinner scene where Calvin's anger explodes in smashed bone, glass, and blood. DiCaprio nearly sliced his finger off, but even while bleeding, he continued the scene. 

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The injury was unplanned, and you can even watch as the actor picks the glass from his hand once his speech is over. Because of this, they had to have fake blood smeared on Kerry Washington's face because Calvin touches her face, and his hand is full of blood. It definitely made the scene more real.

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

Jim Carrey plays the character Count Olaf in the film Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. When meeting the Baudelaire children, Olaf asks Klaus to repeat himself to give a more appropriate reaction to their parents' deaths. Carrey had actually wanted to do another take and requested the script supervisor to provide him with the line again. 

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He can even be seen gesturing off-camera with his left hand, presumably towards the script supervisor. The filmmakers were able to work it into the movie and make it seem like just another one of Olaf's eccentricities.

Napoleon Dynamite

In the movie Napoleon Dynamite, one of the funniest scenes was not scripted. The original plan was for Kip to slightly deform the Tupperware and reshape itself, but it ended up exploding with a pop and shattering it. They did not want to waste a fantastic opportunity. 

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So actor Ruell decided to improvise Kip's disappointment and drove out of the shot. It is much funnier than what was planned, and it proves the comedy gods were there that day during filming.

Dr. Strangelove

Many would say that Stanley Kubrick's best movie was Dr. Strangelove. It is most definitely one of his funniest films. One of the funniest scenes was general Turgidson tripping, falling to the ground, and continuing his conversation while still on the floor.

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Actor George C. Scott really tripped while performing the scene but decided to stay in character, resulting in an unintentionally brilliant scene. This could've stemmed from his broadway career, where there is no cutting or breaking character on stage.


There are many love scenes in Titanic, but one of the most iconic of them all is Jack painting Rose on the couch. After Rose undresses, Jack grows visibly and audibly flustered. He ends up flubbing his instructions, telling Rose to lie on the bed before quickly correcting himself. 

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This was a real mistake from Leonardo DiCaprio, but James Cameron loved it so much that he decided to keep it in. It wonderfully depicts Jack's intense feelings and makes the scene more realistic.

Charlie & The Chocolate Factory

Gene Wilder intentionally messed with Paris Themmen while filming Willy Wonka. The children had been instructed not to pass Gene Wilder on the steps, and so Mike Teavee's look of regret and hesitation is authentic. But the movie's best mistake came from Aubrey Woods, who plays Bill the Candy Man. 

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During the "Candy Man" song, Woods knocks a little girl in the chin while raising the counter. The young actress carried on and continued the scene as rehearsed.

Blazing Saddles

In Blazing Saddles, Cleavon Little and Gene Wilder acted together, and that usually means pure magic with those two. This film is regarded as one of the funniest movies ever made. One of the more comical scenes involves Wilder's character, the Waco Kid. 

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You can see that Little desperately tries to contain a smile throughout the entire scene, but Wilder's moron line proves too much, and he breaks character with a genuine laugh. It's weirdly warming to see such a natural reaction from an actor; therefore, it was left in the movie.

Apocalypse Now

While filming Apocalypse Now, Martin Sheen suffered a heart attack, cut his hand on a shard of glass, and battled alcoholism. In the hotel room scene, Sheen got really drunk and told the camera operators to roll. He completely improvised the scene himself. 

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He essentially had a nervous breakdown on-screen and ended up punching a real mirror, slicing his hand, and bleeding all over the set. His behavior was allegedly so bad that everyone wanted to stop filming, but Sheen was adamant that they continue.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Jim Carrey was the Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. He was supposed to just rip the table cloth off of the table in the scene, and it didn't matter if things went flying. Carrey, without meaning to, performed a flawless tablecloth trick in the process. 

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Rather than just leaving it at that, he ran back and cleared the table the old-fashioned way. It was definitely an unscripted scene but ended up being more entertaining than what the screenwriters called for.

The Outsiders

The Outsiders is a pretty heavy story, but it has moments of levity. While putting the moves on Cherry, Dallas accidentally falls out of his chair and is laughed at by both Ponyboy and Cherry. It works great within the context of the scene, and it was a total freak accident. 

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Matt Dillon actually fell out of his chair, and the laughs from everyone were genuine. You can probably even see Howell glance off-camera towards the crew to see if they should continue. They decided to keep rolling and include it in the movie.

Scent of a Woman

In the Scent of a Woman, Al Pacino plays a blind Frank Slade, a retired and irritable lieutenant colonel. Pacino did a lot of research and took training to play this part. In order to stimulate his character's blindness, he never allowed his eyes to focus. 

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Because he didn't let his eyes focus, he accidentally ran into a garbage can while filming on the street. He stayed in character, and the blooper was kept in the movie because it added to the realism of his performance.

Midnight Cowboy

Ratso Rizzo's well-known phrase in Midnight Cowboy was completely unplanned. The cameramen secretly filmed actors Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voigt on a New York street, a taxi nearly crashed into the actors. The actors said it was completely unplanned. 

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As Voigt watched on in surprise, Hoffman turned the mistake into one of the most famous scenes in the movie, and a line that would become even more well-known and iconic. The line was, "I'm walking here."

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