Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Horse. The little girl in the movie drew these animals on the hero's boat and this caused him to become angry. She remembered the animals because she had seen them before even though she didn't know what they were called.
|What physical feature does the Mariner grow to make the people think he is a freak?||Movie - 'Waterworld'
Gills. The gills grow from behind the hero's ears and when found out he is cast into a cage and sentenced to be put into the mud.
Helen, Jeanne Tripplehorn.
Hawaii. Hawaii was an ideal spot to make the movie, with great weather and plenty of water around.
Oil. Even though the bad guys did want to get to dry land badly they wanted to get there so they could get oil from there. As oil powered everything they used.
Tomato. The plant gets stolen from him by the crazy sailor.
175 million. The movie cost so much Kevin Costner eventually fired the director and did the last few scenes himself.
Kevin Costner. Kevin Costner also co-directed this movie.
Dennis Hopper. Denis Hopper plays an excellent role in this part and proved to be a good bad guy.
the Deacon. The Deacon was a madman who wanted to get oil for his evil plans.
Catamaran. The hero's boat was a clever catamaran that could reach fast speeds in a short distance and proved itself many times in the movie.
Dirt. The hero, or 'the Mariner', swam to the bottom of the ocean to get the dirt.
hot air balloon. The hot air balloon was created by the eccentric scientist in the film.
yes . He did it to survive.
Ulysses. Helen gives the Mariner this name at the end of the movie, before he goes back out to sea. This can only be seen in the uncut version that aired on television.
|At the end of the film, where is dry land located?||Waterworld
Mt. Everest. There is a plaque that Enola and Helen uncover, as they watch the Mariner sail away, that says it is Mt. Everest. This can only be seen at the end of the uncut version that aired on television.
|What magazine does the Mariner look at when he realizes that Enola has seen dry land?||Waterworld
National Geographic. By looking at the National Geographic he realizes that Enola's drawings are of trees.
|What brand of cigarettes do the smoker's smoke?||Waterworld
Black Death. The Black Death cigarettes can be seen many times on the smoker's boat.
|What item is on the ocean floor when the Mariner grabs a handfull of dirt?||Waterworld
A Pepsi Can. If you look carefully it is indeed a Pepsi can.
|What is the name of Dennis Hopper's character?||Waterworld
The Deacon. Although he is referred to by many things, he is most often referred to as the Deacon.
|On the Atol, what does the Smoker want in trade?||Waterworld
The boots. They were ski boots that the Mariner found at the bottom of the ocean.
|What device does the Mariner repair to working order?||Waterworld
A CD Player. The Mariner is listening to a CD player powered by a fan. This can only be seen in the uncut version aired on television.
|The Mariner has a unique necklace. What is it made from?||Waterworld
Computer Chip. The Mariner wears it throughout the movie. You find out later that he is good with electronics.
|Was there any sign of civilization on dry land?||Waterworld
Yes. Some 'Gilligan Island' type huts were found; inside one were some remains of a male and female skeleton; presumably they were Enola's parents; which she arrived in the hut, she said "I'm home".
He has functioning gills. Gregor tries to compliment him by saying, "That's very human of you", but the Mariner takes it as more of an insult.
|What was the name of the smoker's ship, visible as it sank beneath the waves?||Waterworld
Exxon Valdez. It was only visible for a few seconds as the ship sank beneath the waves.
|What method of propulsion did the smokers use to propel the tanker?||Waterworld
Giant oars. Based on the limited view, besides oil the ship also had a large supply of Spam, cigarettes and whiskey.
|Why did Helen think dry land was so hard to find?||Waterworld
It moved around with the wind. Enola was born and raised on the island by her parents. Helen was not her mother.
Dennis Hopper. He also played the bad guy in "Speed".
|What was the highly prized item that the Mariner had to trade with the buyers from the atoll?||Waterworld
A jar full of dirt. The buyer tests the quality of the item by tasting it.