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Take a peek behind the curtain on some of the most famous films ever made!
The crew of 'Star Wars' share a joke aboard the Millenium Falcon in a galaxy far, far away... Peter Mayhew, who played Chewbacca, 'I have the biggest smile of all on the inside. Really." Picture: Twitter
A young Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson get ready to shoot scenes for the first instalment in what would become the highest-grossing film franchise of all time.
Keanu Reeves and Hugo Weaver enact the groundwork for some of the most groundbreaking visuals in cinema history. Keanu felt so indebted to the special effects team on the film that he reportedly gave each member £1.75 million for their efforts! Picture: Kobal
Stanley Kubrick is lost in concentration on the set of one of his most iconic films. Picture: Photoshot
Margaret Hamilton works out ways to make her wicked witch outfit even scarier. With a budget of over $2m, 'Wizard Of Oz' was MGM's most expensive feature to date. Picture: Kobal
Ralph Fiennes gets into character as He Who Cannot Be Named... Picture: Photoshot
Sir Peter Jackson may have relied on special effects for his 2005 remake of 'King Kong', but back in the 30s, it was all about manipulating models! Picture: Kobal
Pulp Fiction with John Travolta share a laugh on the set of Quentin Tarantino's seminal film. The movie would be a milestone for both actors: for Travolta, it would re-ignite his dormant career; Willis meanwhile set a precedent for huge Hollywood actors working in independent film. Picture: Kobal
Daa dum... daa dum... daa dum... Look out Steven Spielberg, he's behind you! Picture: Kobal
Maurice Evans catches up with the news in between takes of acting like an ape. As you do. Picture: Kobal
Where does Indiana Jones come in? Steven Spielberg works his magic with limited resources on the classic movie. Picture: Kobal
Boris Karloff takes a break in between shooting scenes. Even monsters need a cup of tea every now and then. Picture: Kobal
James Dean can't hold back the laughter on the set of the last of his three Hollywood films as leading actor. Sadly, he died in a car crash before the movie was released - and would never learn that his part would earn him his second Academy Award nomination. Picture: Kobal
"Don't make my body. You wouldn't like me when I have my full body." Picture: Kobal
Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke are backed by chimney sweeps for 'Step In Time'!