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Final Scene: Lolita wears dark thick glasses like Quilty's *only* in the final scene. And Quilty doesn't wear his glasses *only* in the opening scene!
Final Scene: Lolita wears dark thick glasses like Quilty's *only* in the final scene. And Quilty doesn't wear his glasses *only* in the opening scene!

Lolita wears dark thick glasses like Quilty's *only* in the final scene. And Quilty doesn't wear his glasses *only* in the opening scene!

Final Scene: In 1917 (2019), the final scene circles back to mirror the first.
Final Scene: In 1917 (2019), the final scene circles back to mirror the first.

In 1917 (2019), the final scene circles back to mirror the first.

Final Scene: Regular Show is the 3rd best TV show ever made. An amazing cast and Mr. Maelard, hilarious, a nice artstyle, and a perfect ending. The final scene made me cry harder than any anime I watched
Final Scene: Regular Show is the 3rd best TV show ever made. An amazing cast and Mr. Maelard, hilarious, a nice artstyle, and a perfect ending. The final scene made me cry harder than any anime I watched

Regular Show is the 3rd best TV show ever made. An amazing cast and Mr. Maelard, hilarious, a nice artstyle, and a perfect ending. The fi...

Final Scene: In the final scene of "School of Rock" (2003), everybody gets a solo apart from Katie, the bassist. This serves as proof that nobody likes bassists.
Final Scene: In the final scene of "School of Rock" (2003), everybody gets a solo apart from Katie, the bassist. This serves as proof that nobody likes bassists.

In the final scene of "School of Rock" (2003), everybody gets a solo apart from Katie, the bassist. This serves as proof that nobody like...

Final Scene: [The Rise of Skywalker, 2019] BB-8 looks like the twin suns of Tatooine in the final scene.
Final Scene: [The Rise of Skywalker, 2019] BB-8 looks like the twin suns of Tatooine in the final scene.

[The Rise of Skywalker, 2019] BB-8 looks like the twin suns of Tatooine in the final scene.

Final Scene: Brad Pitt shooting the final scene in the movie Se7en(1995)
Final Scene: Brad Pitt shooting the final scene in the movie Se7en(1995)

Brad Pitt shooting the final scene in the movie Se7en(1995)

Final Scene: The reason why there wasn't an Amazing Spider-Man 3 is because Spider-Man got impaled by Rhino shortly after this final scene of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
Final Scene: The reason why there wasn't an Amazing Spider-Man 3 is because Spider-Man got impaled by Rhino shortly after this final scene of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

The reason why there wasn't an Amazing Spider-Man 3 is because Spider-Man got impaled by Rhino shortly after this final scene of The Amaz...

Final Scene: The final scene of Street Fighter (1994) is a real life creation of their character poses from the game.
Final Scene: The final scene of Street Fighter (1994) is a real life creation of their character poses from the game.

The final scene of Street Fighter (1994) is a real life creation of their character poses from the game.

Final Scene: Some people wants to see Part 6 Anime for Jolyne Masturbation Scene, I want the Anime because it can fix the final scene of the Manga! How could you forget the Best Girl in JoJo Araki???
Final Scene: Some people wants to see Part 6 Anime for Jolyne Masturbation Scene, I want the Anime because it can fix the final scene of the Manga! How could you forget the Best Girl in JoJo Araki???

Some people wants to see Part 6 Anime for Jolyne Masturbation Scene, I want the Anime because it can fix the final scene of the Manga! Ho...

Final Scene: In Burning Blue (2013). The guitar background music extend a little longer in each scene as Matthew composed it. Then reveal in the final scene that it’s a gift for Daniel.
Final Scene: In Burning Blue (2013). The guitar background music extend a little longer in each scene as Matthew composed it. Then reveal in the final scene that it’s a gift for Daniel.

In Burning Blue (2013). The guitar background music extend a little longer in each scene as Matthew composed it. Then reveal in the final...

Final Scene: Joker (2019) Final scene
Final Scene: Joker (2019) Final scene

Joker (2019) Final scene

Final Scene: In Rat Race (2001), in the final scene when the band Smash Mouth performs "All Star", it may be a nod to the fact that the film itself is an all-star movie.
Final Scene: In Rat Race (2001), in the final scene when the band Smash Mouth performs "All Star", it may be a nod to the fact that the film itself is an all-star movie.

In Rat Race (2001), in the final scene when the band Smash Mouth performs "All Star", it may be a nod to the fact that the film itself is...

Final Scene: Tom Cruise preparing to shoot the final scene of “The Last Samurai” 2003
Final Scene: Tom Cruise preparing to shoot the final scene of “The Last Samurai” 2003

Tom Cruise preparing to shoot the final scene of “The Last Samurai” 2003

Final Scene: SPOILER! Lauren Hissrich showing once again how much she cares and posts how the original final scene was written, and what she can improve on in her twitter.
Final Scene: SPOILER! Lauren Hissrich showing once again how much she cares and posts how the original final scene was written, and what she can improve on in her twitter.

SPOILER! Lauren Hissrich showing once again how much she cares and posts how the original final scene was written, and what she can impro...

Final Scene: In Joker (2019), when Arthur coughs up some blood during the final scene, you could see a smiley face, formed by the blood that he himself coughed up.
Final Scene: In Joker (2019), when Arthur coughs up some blood during the final scene, you could see a smiley face, formed by the blood that he himself coughed up.

In Joker (2019), when Arthur coughs up some blood during the final scene, you could see a smiley face, formed by the blood that he himsel...

Final Scene: Rey has been training under Leia for a year since the last movie The First Order has taken over the galaxy, with a guy named Allegiant General Pride taking over for General Hux The maguffin of the story is called "The Wayfinder" and is filled with directions to Palpatine's secret space storage facility where he keeps his ships Palpatine is alive but slowly dying, and is "revealed" to have been behind Supreme Leader Snoke. He survived the explosion of the Death Star Il some how as well Kylo Ren wants to use his "Wayfinder" that he got from consulting an alien oracle to find Palpatine's ships as well as Palpatine himself This fact is leaked to the Resistance by a mole (later revealed to be General Hux who is pissed cause he got demoted) Rey and her band of merry diversity hires go to find another "Wayfinder", but need to delete C3PO's memory so that he can install a program to translate it from some ancient Sith language There's a big chase around the galaxy, with the Resistance eventually finding Darth Vader's "Wayfinder" Some where along the way, Leia dies of old age The "Wayfinders" lead both the First Order and the Resistance to the ships which are fitted with Death Star lasers, so basically every single ship can blow up a planet Kylo and Rey team up to beat Palpatine while the Resistance fights the big evil fleet of Death Star laser ships Rey is revealed to be the granddaughter of Palpatine Kylo Ren dies, murdered by Palpatine When all hope supposedly is lost, Rey is saved by the force ghosts of Luke and Leia who absorb Palpatine's force lightning and send it back at him, blowing him up Resistance destroys all of the Death Star laser ships Final scene is Rey returning all of Luke's stuff to Tatooine, with the cinematic shot being similar to Luke looking up at the twin suns in the original Star Wars movie. She then takes up the last name "Skywalker", which gives the movie its title Enjoy.
Final Scene: Rey has been training under Leia for a year since the
 last movie
 The First Order has taken over the galaxy, with a guy
 named Allegiant General Pride taking over for General
 Hux
 The maguffin of the story is called "The Wayfinder" and is
 filled with directions to Palpatine's secret space storage
 facility where he keeps his ships
 Palpatine is alive but slowly dying, and is "revealed" to
 have been behind Supreme Leader Snoke. He survived
 the explosion of the Death Star Il some how as well
 Kylo Ren wants to use his "Wayfinder" that he got from
 consulting an alien oracle to find Palpatine's ships as well
 as Palpatine himself
 This fact is leaked to the Resistance by a mole (later
 revealed to be General Hux who is pissed cause he got
 demoted)
 Rey and her band of merry diversity hires go to find
 another "Wayfinder", but need to delete C3PO's memory
 so that he can install a program to translate it from some
 ancient Sith language
 There's a big chase around the galaxy, with the
 Resistance eventually finding Darth Vader's "Wayfinder"
 Some where along the way, Leia dies of old age
 The "Wayfinders" lead both the First Order and the
 Resistance to the ships which are fitted with Death Star
 lasers, so basically every single ship can blow up a planet
 Kylo and Rey team up to beat Palpatine while the
 Resistance fights the big evil fleet of Death Star laser
 ships
 Rey is revealed to be the granddaughter of Palpatine
 Kylo Ren dies, murdered by Palpatine
 When all hope supposedly is lost, Rey is saved by the
 force ghosts of Luke and Leia who absorb
 Palpatine's force lightning and send it back at
 him, blowing him up
 Resistance destroys all of the Death Star
 laser ships
 Final scene is Rey returning all of Luke's stuff
 to Tatooine, with the cinematic shot being
 similar to Luke looking up at the twin suns in
 the original Star Wars movie. She then takes
 up the last name "Skywalker", which gives
 the movie its title
Enjoy.

Enjoy.

Final Scene: Rey has been training under Leia for a year since the last movie The First Order has taken over the galaxy, with a guy named Allegiant General Pride taking over for General Hux The maguffin of the story is called "The Wayfinder" and is filled with directions to Palpatine's secret space storage facility where he keeps his ships Palpatine is alive but slowly dying, and is "revealed" to have been behind Supreme Leader Snoke. He survived the explosion of the Death Star Il some how as well Kylo Ren wants to use his "Wayfinder" that he got from consulting an alien oracle to find Palpatine's ships as well as Palpatine himself This fact is leaked to the Resistance by a mole (later revealed to be General Hux who is pissed cause he got demoted) Rey and her band of merry diversity hires go to find another "Wayfinder", but need to delete C3PO's memory so that he can install a program to translate it from some ancient Sith language There's a big chase around the galaxy, with the Resistance eventually finding Darth Vader's "Wayfinder" Some where along the way, Leia dies of old age The "Wayfinders" lead both the First Order and the Resistance to the ships which are fitted with Death Star lasers, so basically every single ship can blow up a planet Kylo and Rey team up to beat Palpatine while the Resistance fights the big evil fleet of Death Star laser ships Rey is revealed to be the granddaughter of Palpatine Kylo Ren dies, murdered by Palpatine When all hope supposedly is lost, Rey is saved by the force ghosts of Luke and Leia who absorb Palpatine's force lightning and send it back at him, blowing him up Resistance destroys all of the Death Star laser ships Final scene is Rey returning all of Luke's stuff to Tatooine, with the cinematic shot being similar to Luke looking up at the twin suns in the original Star Wars movie. She then takes up the last name "Skywalker", which gives the movie its title sthar wor is epic
Final Scene: Rey has been training under Leia for a year since the
 last movie
 The First Order has taken over the galaxy, with a guy
 named Allegiant General Pride taking over for General
 Hux
 The maguffin of the story is called "The Wayfinder" and is
 filled with directions to Palpatine's secret space storage
 facility where he keeps his ships
 Palpatine is alive but slowly dying, and is "revealed" to
 have been behind Supreme Leader Snoke. He survived
 the explosion of the Death Star Il some how as well
 Kylo Ren wants to use his "Wayfinder" that he got from
 consulting an alien oracle to find Palpatine's ships as well
 as Palpatine himself
 This fact is leaked to the Resistance by a mole (later
 revealed to be General Hux who is pissed cause he got
 demoted)
 Rey and her band of merry diversity hires go to find
 another "Wayfinder", but need to delete C3PO's memory
 so that he can install a program to translate it from some
 ancient Sith language
 There's a big chase around the galaxy, with the
 Resistance eventually finding Darth Vader's "Wayfinder"
 Some where along the way, Leia dies of old age
 The "Wayfinders" lead both the First Order and the
 Resistance to the ships which are fitted with Death Star
 lasers, so basically every single ship can blow up a planet
 Kylo and Rey team up to beat Palpatine while the
 Resistance fights the big evil fleet of Death Star laser
 ships
 Rey is revealed to be the granddaughter of Palpatine
 Kylo Ren dies, murdered by Palpatine
 When all hope supposedly is lost, Rey is saved by the
 force ghosts of Luke and Leia who absorb
 Palpatine's force lightning and send it back at
 him, blowing him up
 Resistance destroys all of the Death Star
 laser ships
 Final scene is Rey returning all of Luke's stuff
 to Tatooine, with the cinematic shot being
 similar to Luke looking up at the twin suns in
 the original Star Wars movie. She then takes
 up the last name "Skywalker", which gives
 the movie its title
sthar wor is epic

sthar wor is epic

Final Scene: Tyrion and Shae's final scene was so heartbreaking
Final Scene: Tyrion and Shae's final scene was so heartbreaking

Tyrion and Shae's final scene was so heartbreaking

Final Scene: you cannot contain me amature-asexual ... 5 starrosecolors Follow stardustschild Apparently my director went to see a production of West Side Story a few years ago, and the guy playing Chino forgot his gun before coming out for his final scene. Once it got to the big scene where he is supposed to shoot Tony, he screeched “Poison Boots" and kicked the actor playing Tony until he went down. The girl playing Maria then had to jerk the shoe off of Chino's foot, and had to do the gunshot scene asking "How many kicks Chino? How many kicks, and one kick left for me". | tbbackus There should be a blog dedicated to theatrical urban legends. Like that opening weekend of Dracula where Dracula (still hungover) vomited all over the audience during the first stage direction that has a friend of a friend that worked on the everyone show and was there. crutchiee or the one where the bridge never came out for Javert's suicide and so he just pretended to stab himself and then lay there until the lights went out musicofthestage best story i heard was when a friend of mine saw a show where juliet forgot to bring the dagger out on stage so she just ripped the squib out of her chest and blood squirted everywhere agatharights During a passion play a friend of my brother was supposedly in, one of the roman soldiers who was supposed to stab jesus on the cross and accidentally grabbed the wrong spear- he was supposed to grab one with a fake tip, but instead he grabbed one with an actual metal tip and, well Jesus screamed "JESUS CHRIST YOU STABBED ME". Since that Jesus had to be taken down due to a bad case of stab-itis, the backup Jesus came in, but he weighed significantly less than the original Jesus- which would have been fine, except that at the end the cross was supposed to ascend upwards with Jesus on it, and the weights hadn't been adjusted. So Jesus, instead, ROCKETED UP into heaven (or, just, above the stage). soulpunchftw This is wild from start to finish totalspiffage I was in Peter Pan once and one night at a performance, the adhesive holding our Hook's mustache on was wearing off. It was near the end with a big fight scene and when he got attacked, he let his mustache fall and went "YOU RIPPED MY MUSTACHE OFF!" in a scandalized tone and it added a new note of hilarity to the whole scene (which was supposed to be funny anyway) sheriffwxy In my seventh grade play, which was a midsummer night's dream, Thisbe didn't have a sword so she stabbed herself with a coathanger redheadeddisneyfreak My junior year we were doing Romeo and Juliet and after Juliet poisons herself it was supposed to go dark and she'd get off the stage. well the light crew accidentally turned them back on and Juliet who was sitting up slammed back down on the wooden bed with a loud bang. To which my theater teacher says into the com "zombie Juliet" and everyone who heard that had to keep as quiet as possible while our eyes were filling with tears. sammywhatammy i attended my county's performing arts high school majoring in vocal studies, (mostly geared towards musical theater and opera styles) and once a year we got a field trip to new york (we were in jersey, so it's not exactly far). we would do one touristy thing, an actor's workshop with friends of our teachers working in various performing industries in nyc, and then see a show. my first year doing this, our industry contacts were 1 actor, 1 casting director, and 1 producer to get different aspects of the business, and they all gave us amazing advice and told fantastic stories. the actor in question was Zazu on Broadway's The Lion Kina for several vears. and told the best storv bv far. in The Lion King, there are only two pieces of pre- recorded noise in the whole show. one, when Pumbaa does a MASSIVE fart while fighting the hyenas, and the other being Mufasa saying REMEMBERRRRRR as Simba climbs Pride Rock. the actor told us while struggling not to laugh that, during one night's performance, someone forgot to flip the tape of these pre-recorded noises. so, at the end of the show, the great climax where Simba finally accepts his place in the Circle of Life, the heavens parted and- PFFFFFFFFFRRRRRBTFTBTBFTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTT TTTT everyone froze. and then all ran off stage positively HOWLING with laughter. the lesson: sometimes there are fuck ups you just can't recover from. cinder-ember During a high school production of Beauty and the Beast, where I was assistant costumer and assistant prop master, our director decided that we needed to spice up Gaston's introduction. You know: in the movie, when Lefou runs in trying to catch the duck/ goose that Gaston has just shot out of the sky? Originally, the actors were going to stroll on stage with our Lefou hauling in the really neat (and real!) taxidermied deer head that we had found in a local thrift store. Now, two days before opening night, our director wants Lefou to run in from off stage and catch a stuffed duck that Gaston has just shot. This, of course, requires two things to work properly as a scene: a gunshot noise, and a stuffed duck. The gunshot noise, we had covered. Blue-collar, redneck school? Guns a plenty to record. The stuffed duck? Harder than you might have thought to obtain. Three hunting stores, two taxidermists, and one Pet Supply Store TM, I'd finally found a semi-realistic pheasant squeaky toy. What follows is an account of the ways this dog toy managed to be the nightmare prop of the six show run. Opening Night: The stagehand, who was supposed to drop the bird from the ceiling catwalk, missed his cue and didn't drop the it. Lefou's actor rolls with it and does an excellent job of looking around foolishly before getting cuffed upside the head by Gaston. The stagehand then drops the bird squarely on Gaston's head. Cue laughter. Saturday Matinee: Different stagehand throws the bird instead of dropping it and beans Lefou directly in the face with the prop. Lefou falls over. Cue laughter. Saturday Night: Bird is missing during curtain call. Director hauls the deer head down from it's place on the tavern wall and tells Gaston and Lefou to revert to the old blocking i.e. no gunshot, no bird, just walk in with trophy. During Gaston and Lefou's conversation, gun shot sound goes off and a stagehand throws the bird onto the stage..from the wrong side of the stage. Lefou and Gaston stare at it in awkward silence for a solid thirty seconds before Lefou makes off-script, subtle joke about Gaston's gun going off late instead of early. Cue adults in the audience laughing. Sunday Matinee: Director begs the stagehands to get the cue right at least once. Gunshot and bird prop go off without a hitch. Lefou accidentally catches the prop when it falls from the catwalk. He's so startled that he caught it that Gaston runs right in to him. They drop both the gun and the bird props, and grab the wrong prop in their scramble. Gaston spends the rest of the scene gesturing dramatically with a stuffed pheasant, instead of a gun. Sunday Night: Director is fed up with bird prop, decides that Lefou should just carry bird prop in after gunshot happens off stage. Lefou accidentally squeezes the prop during the intro conversation, startling both actors into silence with the squeaky toy noise - apparently, neither of them realized it was a dog toy. Monday Elementary School Show: Lefou walks on stage with the bird. Accidentally drops the prop during conversation with Gaston. Gaston doesn't notice the dropped prop and steps on it. Cue depressingly sad squeaky toy noise. Cue ten years olds laughing. 708,710 notes Takes from Ye Theater
Final Scene: you cannot
 contain me
 amature-asexual
 ...
 5 starrosecolors Follow
 stardustschild
 Apparently my director went to see a production of
 West Side Story a few years ago, and the guy playing
 Chino forgot his gun before coming out for his final
 scene. Once it got to the big scene where he is
 supposed to shoot Tony, he screeched “Poison
 Boots" and kicked the actor playing Tony until he
 went down. The girl playing Maria then had to jerk
 the shoe off of Chino's foot, and had to do the
 gunshot scene asking "How many kicks Chino? How
 many kicks, and one kick left for me".
 |
 tbbackus
 There should be a blog dedicated to theatrical urban
 legends. Like that opening weekend of Dracula
 where Dracula (still hungover) vomited all over the
 audience during the first stage direction that
 has a friend of a friend that worked on the
 everyone
 show and was there.
 crutchiee
 or the one where the bridge never came out for
 Javert's suicide and so he just pretended to stab
 himself and then lay there until the lights went out
 musicofthestage
 best story i heard was when a friend of mine saw a
 show where juliet forgot to bring the dagger out on
 stage so she just ripped the squib out of her chest
 and blood squirted everywhere
 agatharights
 During a passion play a friend of my brother was
 supposedly in, one of the roman soldiers who was
 supposed to stab jesus on the cross and accidentally
 grabbed the wrong spear- he was supposed to grab
 one with a fake tip, but instead he grabbed one with
 an actual metal tip and, well
 Jesus screamed "JESUS CHRIST YOU STABBED
 ME".
 Since that Jesus had to be taken down due to a bad
 case of stab-itis, the backup Jesus came in, but he
 weighed significantly less than the original Jesus-
 which would have been fine, except that at the end
 the cross was supposed to ascend upwards with
 Jesus on it, and the weights hadn't been adjusted.
 So Jesus, instead, ROCKETED UP into heaven (or,
 just, above the stage).
 soulpunchftw
 This is wild from start to finish
 totalspiffage
 I was in Peter Pan once and one night at a
 performance, the adhesive holding our Hook's
 mustache on was wearing off. It was near the end
 with a big fight scene and when he got attacked, he
 let his mustache fall and went "YOU RIPPED MY
 MUSTACHE OFF!" in a scandalized tone and it
 added a new note of hilarity to the whole scene
 (which was supposed to be funny anyway)
 sheriffwxy
 In my seventh grade play, which was a midsummer
 night's dream, Thisbe didn't have a sword so she
 stabbed herself with a coathanger
 redheadeddisneyfreak
 My junior year we were doing Romeo and Juliet and
 after Juliet poisons herself it was supposed to go
 dark and she'd get off the stage. well the light crew
 accidentally turned them back on and Juliet who was
 sitting up slammed back down on the wooden bed
 with a loud bang. To which my theater teacher says
 into the com "zombie Juliet" and everyone who
 heard that had to keep as quiet as possible while our
 eyes were filling with tears.
 sammywhatammy
 i attended my county's performing arts high school
 majoring in vocal studies, (mostly geared towards
 musical theater and opera styles) and once a year we
 got a field trip to new york (we were in jersey, so it's
 not exactly far). we would do one touristy thing, an
 actor's workshop with friends of our teachers
 working in various performing industries in nyc, and
 then see a show.
 my first year doing this, our industry contacts were 1
 actor, 1 casting director, and 1 producer to get
 different aspects of the business, and they all gave
 us amazing advice and told fantastic stories. the
 actor in question was Zazu on Broadway's The Lion
 Kina for several vears. and told the best storv bv far.
 in The Lion King, there are only two pieces of pre-
 recorded noise in the whole show. one, when
 Pumbaa does a MASSIVE fart while fighting the
 hyenas, and the other being Mufasa saying
 REMEMBERRRRRR as Simba climbs Pride Rock. the
 actor told us while struggling not to laugh that,
 during one night's performance, someone forgot to
 flip the tape of these pre-recorded noises.
 so, at the end of the show, the great climax where
 Simba finally accepts his place in the Circle of Life,
 the heavens parted and-
 PFFFFFFFFFRRRRRBTFTBTBFTTTTTTTTTTTTT
 TTT
 TTTT
 everyone froze. and then all ran off stage positively
 HOWLING with laughter.
 the lesson: sometimes there are fuck ups you just
 can't recover from.
 cinder-ember
 During a high school production of Beauty and the
 Beast, where I was assistant costumer and assistant
 prop master, our director decided that we needed to
 spice up Gaston's introduction. You know: in the
 movie, when Lefou runs in trying to catch the duck/
 goose that Gaston has just shot out of the sky?
 Originally, the actors were going to stroll on stage
 with our Lefou hauling in the really neat (and real!)
 taxidermied deer head that we had found in a local
 thrift store. Now, two days before opening night, our
 director wants Lefou to run in from off stage and
 catch a stuffed duck that Gaston has just shot. This,
 of course, requires two things to work properly as a
 scene: a gunshot noise, and a stuffed duck.
 The gunshot noise, we had covered. Blue-collar,
 redneck school? Guns a plenty to record. The stuffed
 duck? Harder than you might have thought to obtain.
 Three hunting stores, two taxidermists, and one Pet
 Supply Store TM, I'd finally found a semi-realistic
 pheasant squeaky toy. What follows is an account of
 the ways this dog toy managed to be the nightmare
 prop of the six show run.
 Opening Night: The stagehand, who was supposed
 to drop the bird from the ceiling catwalk, missed his
 cue and didn't drop the it. Lefou's actor rolls with it
 and does an excellent job of looking around foolishly
 before getting cuffed upside the head by Gaston. The
 stagehand then drops the bird squarely on Gaston's
 head. Cue laughter.
 Saturday Matinee: Different stagehand throws the
 bird instead of dropping it and beans Lefou directly
 in the face with the prop. Lefou falls over. Cue
 laughter.
 Saturday Night: Bird is missing during curtain call.
 Director hauls the deer head down from it's place on
 the tavern wall and tells Gaston and Lefou to revert
 to the old blocking i.e. no gunshot, no bird, just walk
 in with trophy. During Gaston and Lefou's
 conversation, gun shot sound goes off and a
 stagehand throws the bird onto the stage..from the
 wrong side of the stage. Lefou and Gaston stare at it
 in awkward silence for a solid thirty seconds before
 Lefou makes off-script, subtle joke about Gaston's
 gun going off late instead of early. Cue adults in the
 audience laughing.
 Sunday Matinee: Director begs the stagehands to
 get the cue right at least once. Gunshot and bird
 prop go off without a hitch. Lefou accidentally
 catches the prop when it falls from the catwalk. He's
 so startled that he caught it that Gaston runs right in
 to him. They drop both the gun and the bird props,
 and grab the wrong prop in their scramble. Gaston
 spends the rest of the scene gesturing dramatically
 with a stuffed pheasant, instead of a gun.
 Sunday Night: Director is fed up with bird prop,
 decides that Lefou should just carry bird prop in after
 gunshot happens off stage. Lefou accidentally
 squeezes the prop during the intro conversation,
 startling both actors into silence with the squeaky
 toy noise - apparently, neither of them realized it was
 a dog toy.
 Monday Elementary School Show: Lefou walks on
 stage with the bird. Accidentally drops the prop
 during conversation with Gaston. Gaston doesn't
 notice the dropped prop and steps on it. Cue
 depressingly sad squeaky toy noise. Cue ten years
 olds laughing.
 708,710 notes
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Takes from Ye Theater

Final Scene: The boy in the final scene of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' (2017) uses the force on his broom to bring it to his hand.
Final Scene: The boy in the final scene of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' (2017) uses the force on his broom to bring it to his hand.

The boy in the final scene of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' (2017) uses the force on his broom to bring it to his hand.

Final Scene: Skyrim: The Elder Scrolls V- Final Scene circa 2011
Final Scene: Skyrim: The Elder Scrolls V- Final Scene circa 2011

Skyrim: The Elder Scrolls V- Final Scene circa 2011

Final Scene: Mandalorian - final scene
Final Scene: Mandalorian - final scene

Mandalorian - final scene

Final Scene: In the final scene of Wall-E (2008), the surviving humans find refuge on a planet that isnt Earth. We can tell because it isnt flat
Final Scene: In the final scene of Wall-E (2008), the surviving humans find refuge on a planet that isnt Earth. We can tell because it isnt flat

In the final scene of Wall-E (2008), the surviving humans find refuge on a planet that isnt Earth. We can tell because it isnt flat

Final Scene: In the final scene of WALL-E, Alaska no longer exists, a subtle and final nod to the film’s subplots on climate change.
Final Scene: In the final scene of WALL-E, Alaska no longer exists, a subtle and final nod to the film’s subplots on climate change.

In the final scene of WALL-E, Alaska no longer exists, a subtle and final nod to the film’s subplots on climate change.