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    来源15 Great Scenes That Were Unscripted - Listverse

      Everyone knows that a film has a script, and this script must be followed when being filmed. However, sometimes, unscripted things happen which make movies what they become, whether it’s made up lines, or simply new ideas. This list features 15 of the best scenes and lines that were made up by either the actors or directors and were not in the original script.


      15 Mars Attacks

      Alien language (Tim Burton, 1996)

    第15名 火星入侵 


      In Mars Attacks, no dialogue was written for the Martians so Frank Welker made up his own language for them.


      Fact: The Martian Girl dress had no zipper or buttons (to make it as smooth as possible), so Lisa Marie had to be sewn into it every day.


      14 40 Year Old Virgin

      You know how I know you’re gay? (Judd Apatow, 2005)

    第14名 四十岁老处男


      Paul Rudd and Seth Rogan played off each other brilliantly in this scene, however, a different version than the one in the video was used for the real movie. All of the “You know how I know you’re gay” insults were unscripted and in fact, a large portion of the film was improvised.


      Fact: During the “you know how I know you’re gay” scene, Paul Rudd is wearing a t-shirt that has a picture of himself on it.


      13 Tootsie

      Party talk

      (Sydney Pollack, 1982)

    第13名 杜丝先生


      Bill Murray plays Dustin Hoffman’s play writing roommate, and in this scene, he is talking to a bunch of people at a party. Pollack wanted a monologue from Murray, and the other actors in the scene were not informed making any response, interesting. His stories are made to seem like they last the whole party and were all completely ad libbed by Murray.


      Fact: Dustin Hoffman suggested the title, which was his mother’s dog’s nickname.


      12 Shaun of the Dead

      Ed in the Pub

      (Edgar Wright, 2004)

    第12名 僵尸肖恩


      There are several different takes of the scene where Nick Frost’s character Ed attempts to cheer up Shaun by telling stories about the pub regulars. In the scenes, he describes the woman as an ex-pornstar, supposedly all made up on the spot. Simon Pegg’s laughter is genuine as a result of this.


      Fact: The non-featured zombie extras were paid the princely sum of £1 a day for their troubles.


      11 A Clockwork Orange

      Dance rape scene (Stanley Kubrick, 1971)

    第11名 发条橙


      Kubrick’s classic about the adventures of a young man is one of his finest works, and one of three movies on this list alone. The scene in which the gang break into the house was shot many times, but Kubrick wasn’t happy with how it looked. He suggested to Malcolm McDowell, who played Alex de Large, that he add in a little dance spontaneously during the next take. He did, and it was included in the final film.


      Fact: Filming the rape scene was so difficult for the actress originally cast in the role. She quit and the part was recast to Adrienne Corri, who was said to have been furious with Stanley Kubrick for the scores of takes he required for this infamous scene, feeling it should have been done swiftly.


      10 Caddyshack

      The Cinderella story (Harold Ramis, 1980)

    第10名 疯狂高尔夫


      Bill Murray improvised the “Cinderella story” sequence from two lines of stage direction. Director Harold Ramis simply asked Murray to emulate a kid announcing his own fantasy sports moment. Murray simply asked for four rows of ‘mums and did the scene in one take.


      Fact: The scene where Carl and Ty are talking in Carl’s “house” was almost entirely improvised between Bill Murray and Chevy Chase.


      9 Saving Private Ryan

      The barn story (Steven Spielberg, 1998)

    第9位 拯救大兵瑞恩



      One of my favorite scenes in Saving Private Ryan, involves Matt Damon’s character telling Tom Hank’s character a story about his three brothers and a girl from back home. All of this was ad libbed by Matt Damon.


      Fact: The Omaha Beach scene cost $11 million to shoot and involved up to 1000 extras, some of whom were members of the Irish Army Reserve. Of those extras, 20-30 of them were amputees issued with prosthetic limbs to simulate soldiers having their limbs blown off.


      8 Full Metal Jacket

      Drill Sergeant (Stanley Kubrick, 1987)

    第8名 金甲部队


      R. Lee Ermey was actually a real drill sergeant and his part in this classic war film was largely unscripted. The beginning of the film is an absolute comic masterpiece, made famous by Ermey’s shouting at the guys who have just joined the army.


      Fact: When Ermey said, “I’ll bet you’re the kind of guy that would fuck a person in the ass and not even have the goddam common courtesy to give him a reach-around. I’ll be watching you,”, Kubrick had to stop and ask what a reach-around was as he didn’t know.


      7 Midnight Cowboy

      I’m walking here! (John Schlesinger, 1969)

    第7名 午夜牛郎



      This has been disputed as being a genuine ad lib or not as Dustin Hoffman (who plays ‘Ratso’ Rizzo) claims he made it up, and the director claims it was always in the script. The defense of both parties is understandable as the line has become incredibly famous. As Hoffman is walking down the street with Jon Voight’s character, Joe Buck, a yellow cab nearly runs him over which leads Hoffman to bash on the hood and shout “I’m walking here!”, before retorting to his on-screen partner, “Actually, that ain’t a bad way to pick up insurance y’know.”, all in his unique New York parlance.


      Fact: Dustin Hoffman kept pebbles in his shoe to ensure his limp would be consistent from shot to shot.


      6 The Shining

      Here’s Johnny! (Stanley Kubrick, 1980)

    第6名 闪灵


      A film adapted from the Stephen King novel about a father that goes mad while staying in an evil, isolated hotel for the winter, has become one of Kubrick’s most well-known films. The dark mood that is created as Jack Nicholson smashes his way through the door is


      juxtaposed with his version of a catchphrase used on the Johnny Carson Show (A hugely popular show at the time), giving an incredibly creepy, yet humorous effect and making it the best-known line from the film. It was, of course, improvised by Nicholson.


      Fact: Allegedly, Kubrick would scream and shout at Shelley Duval (playing Wendy Torrance) in order to get her to show real fear, and it’s even claimed her slapped her in one take.


      5 The Empire Strikes Back

      “I love you.” “I know” (Irvin Kershner, 1980)

    第5名 帝国大反攻


      Harrison Ford plays the cocky rogue, Han Solo, and in one of his rare scenes where the script required him to show some compassion, the act Ford had cemented for Solo was so strong that the original line, “I love you too” didn’t work. George Lucas told Ford to just say what he thought was best and “I know” was the result, fitting in with his character’s persona perfectly.

      Fact: Carrie Fisher stood on a box for many of her scenes with Harrison Ford in order to make up for the height difference and have her appear in the frame with him. Carrie Fisher is about a foot shorter than Harrison Ford.

    哈利森. 福特扮演一个自大的小混混-韩.索罗,一个露面不多的场景中,剧本要求他表现出一点点同情心来,这一幕福特对索罗这角色有了进一步的理解,那就是此君是条硬汉,原台词“我也爱你”不符合硬汉性质。乔治.卢卡斯就告诉让福特按自己的想法说才是最好的,然后“我知道”就出来了,与福特的角色完全吻合。


      4 Raiders Of The Lost Ark

      Sword fight (Steven Spielberg, 1981)

    第4名 夺宝奇兵


      This scene has been made famous not only for what it shows, but the story behind it. The original script had a long sword fight between Indiana (Harrison Ford) and the swordsman in black. However, a day before the shoot was due, Ford got terrible food poisoning and dysentery and after speaking to Spielberg, got the scene changed so that after the man’s impressive pre-fight moves, Indiana just shoots the guy dead, fitting in with the character’s ethos.


      Fact: In a deleted scene, where the character of Sallah is confronted by a Nazi soldier, John Rhys-Davies who was suffering from cholera at the time was required to bend down. Unfortunately this prompted the very sick Rhys-Davies to soil himself.


      3 Taxi Driver

      You talkin’ to me? (Martin Scorsese, 1976)

    The famous “you talkin’ to me?” monologue in Taxi Driver was actually completely improvised by Robert De Niro. The original script just said “Travis looks in the mirror”, but Scorsese liked what De Niro did so much, he kept it in the film.

    第3名 出租车司机



      Fact: What he’s saying is actually used as a warm up for actors, the idea being you put the emphasis on a different word each time you say it, i.e. “YOU talking to me?”, “You talking to ME?” and so on.


      2 The Silence Of The Lambs

      The hiss (Jonathan Demme, 1991)

    第2名 沉默的羔羊


      Although he has less than 25 minutes of screen time, Anthony Hopkins won an Oscar for Best Actor for his portrayal as the cannibal, Dr. Hannibal Lecter. The incredibly famous line, “A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.”, was immortalized by Hopkin’s hiss, which he originally did as a joke. The result disturbed Jodie Foster (playing Agent Starling) so much that the look on her face in genuine.


      Fact: The pattern on the butterfly’s back in the movie posters is not the natural pattern of the Death’s-Head Hawk Moth. It is, in fact, Salvador Dalí’s “In Voluptas Mors”, a picture of seven naked women made to look like a human skull.

    爆料:电影海报上蝴蝶背上的图案不是真正的骷髅蛾图案。事实上,那是超现实主义绘画大师萨尔瓦多·达利的作品“In Voluptas Mors”-由7个裸女组成的骷髅头画作。

      1 Dr Strangelove

    第1名 奇爱博士

      Rated as one of the best films of all time, Peter Seller’s is often credited as the Co-Writer, improvising so many of his lines within the film. He plays 3 characters in the film, one of them being a wheelchair-bound nuclear weapons expert, who has past associations with the Nazis. Constantly calling the US president “Mein Fuhrer”, strangling himself, and pushing down his involuntary Nazi salutes all made Seller’s character what it is. The final line of the film, “Mein Fuhrer, I can walk!” was also apparently made up by Sellers, as he got out of his chair forgetting he was supposed to be disabled.

    一直列为最佳电影之一的奇爱博士,彼得•塞勒斯常被冠与编剧头衔。他即兴创作了许多电影里原本没有的台词。在这部电影里,他一人分饰三角,其中一个角色就是坐在轮椅上,过去与纳粹党有关系的核武器专家。他不停地叫着美国总统“我的元首”,压抑自己,无意识地推崇自己的纳粹式敬礼,这使赛勒斯一角深入人心。影片最后的台词 “我的元首,我能走路了!”明显是赛勒斯自己瞎编的,因为他离开了轮椅忘记自己是残障人士了。

      Fact: In the novel on which the film is based upon, (Red Alert by Peter George) the character of Dr. Strangelove, doesn’t even exist. A testament to Seller’s incredible talents.


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