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Almost Famous (2000) Poster

(2000)

Crazy Credits

This motion picture is a work of fiction. The character "Penny Lane" is loosely based on an actual person. Most of the other characters in this photoplay, and all events, are fictitious."
In the opening credits, Frances McDormand's name is originally misspelled (as Francis), but the hand writing the names erases and corrects the name.
Actress Amy Wright is credited for the role of 'Mrs. Deegan' in director's cut of the movie on DVD in 2001, but not on Blu-ray 2008. Actor Shannon Saint Ryan is credited on director's cut DVD as 'Shannon St Ryan'. On director's cut Blu-ray he's 'Shannon Saint Ryan'. Actor Bodhi Pine Elfman is on director's cut DVD 'Bodie Elfman', on director's cut Blu-ray 'Bodhi Elfman'.
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At the end of the movie, one can hear a record changer playing the outgoing groove of a record, the needle lifting, and the player shutting off.
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The opening credits are presented in the form of notes being hand-written on a set of notecards. The hand writing the credits is director Cameron Crowe's.
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In the music credits at the end of the film, all songs sung by Stillwater are credited to the characters who would have written them.
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At the beginning of the film, right when the 'vinyl records' credit comes up, you can hear a record player needle land on a record. There is a bit of fuzz, and the music kicks in.
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Photographs of Stillwater, William, and the Band-Aids are shown during the final credits.
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In the special edition DVD the extended cut of the film is renamed "Untitled".
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