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Bizarre Fact #371:
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The 1987 film "Hot Rod Harlots" was promoted with this tag line: "Unwed! Untamed! Unleaded! Backseat Bimbos meet their Roadside Romeos."

Bizarre Fact #372:
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Kathleen Turner was the voice of Jessica Rabbit, and Amy Irving was her singing voice.

Bizarre Fact #373:
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In the film 'Star Trek : First Contact', when Picard shows Lilly she is orbiting Earth, Australia and Papua New Guinea are clearly visible... but New Zealand is missing.

Bizarre Fact #374:
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Cheryl Ladd (of Charlie's Angels fame) played the voice, both talking and singing, of Josie in the 70s Saturday morning cartoon Josie and the Pussycats.

Bizarre Fact #375:
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More than 150,000 feet (28+ miles) of film was used by David O. Selznick just to film the screen tests of potential actresses for the lead role of Scarlett O'Hara in his 1939 epic "Gone With the Wind".

Bizarre Fact #376:
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Cats is based on fourteen poems of T. S. Eliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Bizarre Fact #377:
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The original production of "Cats" opened at the New London Theatre, in the West End on May 11, 1981. Eight years later it celebrated both its birthday and another important milestone: it had become, after 3358 performances, the longest running musical in the history of the British theatre.

Bizarre Fact #378:
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On Thursday, June 19, 1997, "Cats" became the longest running show in the history of Broadway. With the 6138th performance "Cats" passed "A Chorus Line" which staged the last production in April 1990.

Bizarre Fact #379:
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Cats closed at the Winter Garden Theatre on 25 June, 2000.

Bizarre Fact #380:
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The concept of a countdown before a rocket launch originated as a tension-building device in the 1929 movie "The Woman on the Moon".


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