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1970s Movies Fun Facts

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1970s Movies
Star Wars was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture but lost to Annie Hall. It did win several other Oscars, including Best Original Score and Best Visual Effects.
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1970s Movies
Superman was the second-highest-grossing film in the US in the entire decade and was considered the forerunner of the modern superhero film.
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1970s Movies
The Exorcist grossed over $400 million, nearly as much as 1975's Jaws. However, The Exorcist was released in December and thus was not a traditional summer blockbuster.
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1970s Movies
Jaws was notoriously plagued by production difficulties, including the mechanical sharks malfunctioning. This required director Steven Spielberg to use less sensation and more minimalism in his filming.
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1970s Movies
Way of the Dragon also saw the big-screen debut of Chuck Norris, who plays one of the antagonist's henchmen.
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1970s Movies
Although Burt Reynold's "Bandit" character drives a 1977 Pontiac Trans Am in the film, the model used was actually from 1976.
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1970s Movies
Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, and James Caan were all nominated for their roles in The Godfather, but the only acting award won by the film was Marlon Brando for Best Actor.
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1970s Movies
Grease's soundtrack was also a major success, coming second to the soundtrack for Saturday Night Fever in 1978. Both films starred John Travolta.
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1970s Movies
Apocalypse Now had a notoriously troubled production and went at least $10 million over budget. Star Martin Sheen also suffered a heart attack during filming.
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1970s Movies
Although different from Clint Eastwood's usual action or Western roles, Every Which Way But Loose grossed over $100 million and was one of his most financially successful movies.

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