Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 25 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Return of the Living Dead, The
No. The person originally cast for the role as Burt Wilson never showed up for taping, so the director cast Clu Gallgher, who happened to be on set doing something else. The rest is history.
(800) 454-8000. If you look closely at the side of the drum, you can see it stenciled in white. "IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL (800) 454-8000".
Nuclear warhead. The army decides that the world is not ready for hatched "Easter eggs", and proceeds to launch a low-yield nuclear missile on Jefferson County. Can a cremation of this size solve the problem?
Colonel H. Glover. Col. H. Glover was in charge of the cover-up of the V.A. Hospital incident in 1969. He has also been looking for the missing "Easter eggs" since they went missing.
Released from the crematorium. Ernie attempts to burn the yellow cadaver, and green smoke is released from the crematorium's smokestack. The smoke turns into acid rain, and is spread evenly across the graveyard.
Rabid weasels. Burt tells Ernie that he mistakenly received a shipment of rabid weasels, and wanted to use the crematorium to dispose of them. Ernie offers to shoot the weasels with his Luger handgun, then the yellow arm comes out of a bag and grabs his leg.
245 Trioxin. 245 Trioxin was developed by the Darrow Chemical Company in 1966 "to be sprayed on marijuana plants", but it was really used to reanimate soldiers killed in battle.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. One of the best scenes in the movie: "This thing was made by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers!" Frank hits the side of the drum, which causes it to rupture.
split dogs . According to Frank, the company gets a lot of orders for "split dogs" for veterinary schools.
Uneeda Medical Supply. The warehouse where some of the funniest scenes of the movie were filmed belonged to the Uneeda Medical Supply Co.
Nuclear Missile. That's a lot of zombies to blow up in the end.
Take a police car over to the warehouse. The zombies totaled the car and set Burt's on fire.
The chapel. Anyone who saw the movie would know that the zombies smashed the chapel's windows and were trying to get in, after that, when Frank and Freddy were put in it, the windows were back in place.
Its head got beaten off with a baseball bat. A zombie much like this one, if not the exact tar man, came back in the sequel, and was the first one to be seen.
Tar man ate his brains. Interestingly enough, the same was done to Scuz, and they never came back as zombies.
Reversing Rigor Mortis on a corpse. Regular Rigor Mortis lasts about 12 hours, but he decided to reverse it never-the-less.
Ernie's crematorium. In this movie, they quickly learn a blow to the brains will not kill the zombies, and they still move no matter how many times they're chopped up.
Burt. Notice how Frank and Freddy are closer to the zombie than Burt is, but the zombie goes directly for him?
Suicide drove, he's the only one with a car. When discussing where to go for the night, Spider suggested the park, Scuz replied, "We can't go back the park, the cops said they'd shoot us if we went back there."
All of these (Accidentally cracking it, Hitting it to prove the army built strong tanks, Hitting it to prove they wouldn't leak). Apparently the army slipped up in 1969.
|On the extended version of the movie, Freddy explains to Frank he has a date with Tina after they finish at work. Where did Freddy plan on going with Tina on his date?||Return of the Living Dead
Red Dog Saloon. Freddy and Tina never got around to their date, Frank started the trouble that would last the rest of the night.
245 Trioxin. Trizoak acid blows up, maybe they should've used that on the zombies.
India. After showing Freddy the ropes of the job, he showed them the skeletons from India and said, "Let me ask you a serious question, how many people do you know, die with a perfect set of choppers in their puss?"
UNEEDA Medical Supply Warehouse. At UNEEDA, Freddy, Frank, and Burt did illegal work by shipping out skeletons and receiving corpses and split dogs and deceased butterflies.