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  1. Whilst Filming the Wizard of Oz, Judy Garland was shunned by the Scarecrow, Tinman and Cowardly Lion due to jealousy. Her only friend on the set was Margaret Hamilton who played the Wicked Witch of the West

  2. The snow in 'The Wizard of Oz' was asbestos. The Wicked Witch’s broom was made of asbestos, as was the Scarecrow’s entire outfit despite the fact that asbestos’ health risks were already known at the time in 1939.

  3. Keanu Reeves trained for four months in karate for The Matrix. Later, he learned over 200 martial arts moves for Matrix Reloaded. He also learned Judo and Jujitso for John Wick.

  4. Chad Stahelski, director of the John Wick movies, was Keanu Reeve's stunt double in the Matrix trilogy

  5. Keanu Reeves trained for four months in karate for The Matrix. Later, he learned over 200 martial arts moves for Matrix Reloaded and also learned Judo and Jujitso for John Wick.

  6. 39 minutes of footage was cut from first John Wick movie and it mostly included visually amazing shots which were "just Keanu Reeves walking in cool environments."

  7. On the set of the Wizard of Oz, the actors playing the Scarecrow, Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, and the Wizard resented being "upstaged" by a woman and refused to even talk to Judy Garland between takes. The only friend Garland made on set was Margaret Hamilton, who played the Wicked Witch.

  8. Universal's highest grossing production is actually the Broadway musical Wicked, which outgrossed even Jurassic World.

  9. Witches were never depicted with green skin before the 1939 Wizard of Oz film. Witches were commonly depicted as red or orange beforehand. The Wicked Witch of the West was not described as green in the book, and she was only made green in the film because it looked really good in technicolor.

  10. Desperate Housewives actress Eva Longoria produced the 2014 Keanu Reeves action film John Wick.

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A 1631 edition of the Bible published by the royal printers of London caused an uproar when it was found that the Ten Commandments included “thou shalt commit adultery.” Most copies of this Wicked Bible were found and ordered destroyed; the few that survived are highly sought by collectors.

John Wick was directed by two of Keanu Reeves' former stunt doubles.

During the Drew Carey Show, Craig Ferguson played the character Mr. Wick with an over-the-top posh English accent "to make up for generations of English actors doing crap Scottish accents".

After being seriously burned in her disappearing scene in Munchkinland, Margaret Hamilton (The Wicked Witch of the West) refused to do a subsequent scene requiring her to ride a smoking pipe broomstick. Her fill-in was hospitalized for eleven days with serious burns when the pipe exploded.

In 1976, Margaret Hamilton reprised her role as the Wicked Witch of the West on an episode of Sesame Street. Initial screenings revealed that children were "exceptionally attentive" during scenes with the witch. The episode has never been re-run, and no known existing copies exist today.

In 1631, almost all the copies of King James Bible were recalled and burnt due to a minor typo. The Seventh Commandent stated, "Thou shalt commit adultery". It was called the 'Wicked Bible' or the 'Sinners' Bible'.

In the Brothers Grimm version of Snow White, Snow White and the Prince forced her wicked stepmother to wear red-hot iron shoes and dance until she died at their wedding

Brandon Lee's stunt double in "The Crow" was later used as a stand-in for Lee after his death and CGI was used to digitally superimpose Lee's face onto the head of the double. The stunt double was Chad Stahelski who later directed "John Wick" and "John Wick: Chapter 2".

The Tin Man started as a real man. The wicked witch cursed his ax to chop off his limbs, which he kept replacing with tin, until eventually he was made entirely out of tin. However he forgot to replace his heart.

Margaret Hamilton who played the wicked witch in the Wizard of Oz, went on the Mr Rogers show many years later to help show kids she was a nice woman and not just an old witch who wanted to get kids and their dogs

The tin man from The Wizard of oz was once a normal man. Until the Wicked Witch of the East enchanted his ax to cut off his body parts, which he replaced with tin parts. All except his heart

Margaret Hamilton, who played the Wicked Witch of the West in Wizard of Oz, had a guest appearance on Sesame Street which scared so many children it was never aired again.

In the Wizard of Oz, the Wicked Witch's makeup was toxic and copper-based, so her face remained green for weeks after they finished shooting.

The wick effect: When part of the body is destroyed by fire, the clothing of a victim may soak up melted human fat and act like the wick of a candle.

Most burns received by Firefighters are in fact scalds, brought on by their sweat turning into steam. Many Fire Services provide Tshirts to be worn underneath fire kit that wick away moisture to try and avoid this.

In 1976, Margaret Hamilton reprised her role as the Wicked Witch of the West on an episode of Sesame Street. Children were found to be "exceptionally attentive" during the scenes with the witch. Due to concerned parents, the episode was only shown once. There are no existing copies today.

Future John Wick director Chad Stahelski doubled for his friend Brandon Lee following Lee's death on the set of The Crow. The two had the same martial arts instructor, Dan Inosanto.

In 1976, Margaret Hamilton reprised her role as the Wicked Witch of the West for an episode of Sesame Street. Screenings showed kids were "exceptionally attentive" during scenes with the witch and their fear was difficult to judge. The episode was never re-run and became lost.

While playing the Wicked Witch of the West, Margaret Hamilton suffered second-degree burns due to a pyrotechnics accident, so she refused to do any more "fireworks" scenes. Later her stunt double was on a flying broomstick, which exploded between her legs and left her permanently scarred.

Keanu Reeves’s stuntman in The Matrix, Chad Stahelski, directed the John Wick movies

That, in 1631, several bibles were published that forgot to write the word "not" in the seventh commandment, making it written as "Thou shalt commit adultery." They are now extremely rare and known as "Wicked Bibles".

The original title for the John Wick film was called Scorn, and it was Keanu Reeves who suggested the name of the film change to John Wick, after the title character, who was named after the screenwriter's grandfather.

John Wick director, Chad Stahelski, was Keanu Reeve's stunt double in The Matrix

John Wick was directed by Keanu Reeves' stunt double in The Matrix trilogy. He also did work on Spider-Man 2, V for Vendetta, Rambo, Spy Kids, and many others. John Wick was also his directorial debut.

A 1976 episode of Sesame Street featured The Wicked Witch of the West becoming the crush of Oscar the Grouch and threatening to turn Big Bird into a feather duster, among other things. The episode was aired only once because "the threat of the witch's power [remained] in children's eyes."