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Delta Farce (2007) Poster

(2007)

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The line "got any more daughters" was ad-libbed by 'Larry the Cable Guy'.
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Shortly before the barracks scene, Keith David fell off of a seven foot railing outside the building while the actors were between shots, breaking two ribs and cracking two vertebra. He when on to film the scene in great pain and then went to the hospital afterwards.
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The DOD (Department Of Defense) would not let them film the opening scene in an Air Force hanger, so the shot was done in at the North Ridge, CA VA hospital, with CGI airplanes added in. The cafeteria and barracks scene was shot there too.
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Bill's car is a faded red Chevy with the number 8 on it, the VW is also faded red with a number 8; this is a reference to NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.
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According to 'Larry the Cable Guy', while they were shooting the movie, he gained 17 pounds and later stated he was probably the only guy who could gain weight running around the desert in 130 degree weather.
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Jeff Foxworthy was originally set to star in the movie but had to dropped out due his schedule conflicts with Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (2007).
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C.B. Harding: as the postman
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