Jack and the Beanstalk
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Jack and the Beanstalk

94 min
Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
IMDB rate:
Gary J. Tunnicliffe
1 win
Country: USA
Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA
Adair Tishler
Adair Tishler
Jack and the Beanstalk
Chloë Grace Moretz
Chloë Grace Moretz
Jack and the Beanstalk
Colin Ford
Christopher Lloyd
Billy Unger
Prince Charming
Emily Rose Everhard
Red Riding Hood
Sadie Ebeyer-Deist
Sleeping Beauty
Victoria Atilano
Ugly Step Sister
Atalaya Atilano
Mean Step Sister
Anthony Skillman
Sammi Hanratty
Daniel Roebuck
Mayor Lichfield
Wallace Shawn
Katey Sagal
Jack's Mother
Gilbert Gottfried
James Karen
Verri Saddius
Madison Davenport
David Mattey
The Giant
James Earl Jones
The Giant
Jeff L. Deist
Gary J. Tunnicliffe
Frank Payne
Sergeant Who
Kevin Schon
Officer What
Hal B. Klein
Officer Where
Chevy Chase
General Antipode
Alan Gray
Muckity Muck
Brian Peck
The Emperor
Did you know?
One of the lumberjacks (played by director Gary J. Tunnicliffe) expresses a wish to be a Pet Shop Owner, instead (at around 1h 2 mins). This is a reference to a famous Monty Python sketch where the reverse situation is the case.
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Director Gary J. Tunnicliffe wanted to use his knowledge and love of martial arts to create an amazing fight sequence in the movie, but knew that to do this and still maintain a G rating might be hard. To solve the problem, he created a two and a half minute 'Ninja Pillow Fight' and called upon some of his 'industry friends' (who can only be described as a group of 'Martial Arts/Stunts Masters and Legends') to choreograph and perform the sequence.
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In the first classroom scene, you can see a drawing of a Flux Capacitor from Back to the Future (1985) on the board behind the Headmaster (played by Christopher Lloyd, who also played Doc Brown, the inventor of the Flux Capacitor in the film).
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When Jack begins climbing the beanstalk, the words "Jack begins climbing the magical beanstalk" appear in the book of Jack's story. When Jack climbs down to see for himself, the page goes blank again (at around 53 mins), but as Jack turns the page to see the next page, we see that the original page was not blank, but was the "Once Upon a Time ..." page.
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When Jack begins to talk alone with the headmaster, the C.O.W. (computer of wonder) lies on the headmaster's podium (at around 11 mins). When Jack leaves the classroom he takes it from his own desk.
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In the pillow-fight scene, the stunt double for Jillian (Chloe Moretz) receives several close-ups where the face is clearly seen to be Asian.
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Nervous Lumberjack: I never wanted to be a lumberjack anyway. I always wanted to do something different with my life.
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Photos from cast
Adair Tishler Chloë Grace Moretz
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