-A whale overturned the raft Tom Hanks was riding on during an ocean sequence of "Castaway", nearly injuring him.
-An actor playing an Ewok was killed during filming of the tree village scene in "The Empire Strikes back" when he became disoriented due to the limited visibility of his costume and stepped off one of the platforms. The safety line he was wearing became entangled around his neck.
-Marilyn Manson wrote a joke into his "Antichrist Superstar" to get back at his critics. When played backwards the line sounds like "Go to church."
-Warner Bros. directed that no more Bugs Bunny cartoons would be made after 1958 due to increasing protests over his blatant transvestitism.
-Carolyn Jones, who played Morticia on the original "Addams Family" television show, was said to have insisted on always someone around her whenever they filmed around the house. She insisted a little boy who had committed suicide there haunted the building and he was trying to communicate with her. He can be seen in certain episodes standing in a window.
-The episode of "I Love Lucy" in which Ricky Ricardo is born is an accurate re-enactment of the events that happened at the time of his birth.
-The Beatles album "Yellow Submarine" can be synched to Disney’s 1941 movie "Fantasia".
-It is against the law to sell gerbils within the city limits of Hollywood.
-'Weird Al' Yankovic appeared as an extra in “Episode I” of Star Wars in exchange for writing a song based on the movie.
-Mr. Ed was really a Zebra. The stripes were painted over and didn’t show up on black and white film.