"Laurence Olivier and Dustin Hoffman from the film the Marathon Man. Hoffman is a famous "method actor" and supposedly stayed up for a few nights in a row to look really bedraggled when they shot the scene. Anyway, he apparently looked like s--- and Olivier asked him about it. Hoffman explains the Lee Strassberg method to Sir Olivier. Olivier looks Hoffman up and down and said, "Next time, Try acting, dear boy"" Source
"One of my favorites is related to The Blues Brothers. One night, while filming out in the countryside, John Belushi went missing. Dan Aykroyd went out to look for him. Aykroyd walked to a nearby house and knocked on the door. A man opened the door and before Aykroyd could say anything, the man smiled and said "You're looking for John Belushi, aren't you?" Aykroyd walked into the house to see Belushi sleeping on a couch. The man explained that Belushi had invited himself in, asked for a sandwich and a glass of milk, then crashed on the couch. After that Aykroyd dubbed Belushi as "America's guest"" Source
"When filming 'Singing in the Rain', Gene Kelly would yell and curse at Debbie Reynolds, because she would mess up the dance scenes and cause filming to go longer (It was one of her first movies and she was very young). One day, he got so frustrated, he insulted her dancing, and she ran off set, hid under a piano and cried. Someone roaming around MGM found her, and when she told him that she was having trouble with her dance steps, he helped her out with them. The guy who helped her was Fred Astaire" Source
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