Other famous quotes that made it into the top 10 misquoted quotes included “Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of them all,” from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
In fact, the correct line is actually “Magic mirror, on the wall, which is the most beautiful of all.”
And many didn’t realize that the actual quote in Casablanca is “Play it Sam, play ‘As Time Goes By,'” rather than simply “Play it again, Sam,” which is commonly quoted.
Another line that is often incorrectly repeated is “It was Beauty killed the beast”, from the final line of King Kong, when in fact it should be “Oh no, it wasn’t the planes, it was Beauty killed the beast” .
The research was commissioned by Clipology, a new board game that streams clips of real content, making you guess the most iconic quotes from popular movies and TV shows.
Film and television pundit Boyd Hilton said: “When there are so many brilliant movie quotes to remember, it’s understandable that people get confused, even some of the classics from the golden age of world cinema.
“Even when one line has been slightly altered, it can change the context of the entire movie. For example, “Oh no, it wasn’t the planes, it was Beauty killed the beast” is the final line of the movie King Kong.
“You need to remember the entire sentence to get the full effect. There are many ways to remember the all-time classic movie quotes, whether through games like Clipology, online, or just watching them on TV.”
Also, “Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night”, from All About Eve, is often misquoted as “Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride”.
And “Get your stinky paws off me, you bloody dirty ape”, from Planet of the Apes, is often incorrectly recited as “Get your stinky paws off me, you bloody dirty ape”.
One of the most famous scenes from the 1980 hit Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back is also often misquoted: the actual line is “No, I’m your father,” but many say “Luke, I’m your father.”
The study also found that nearly a third (29 percent) have had arguments about misheard movie quotes, and 37 percent resorted to looking up the lines online to verify what the actual quote was.
Also, almost half (56 percent) of those who get it wrong will ask people to repeat it to hear it a second time.
It also emerged that 38 percent of those surveyed, via OnePoll, use movie quotes in real life, with “Here’s Johnny” from horror classic The Shining and “If you build it, he’ll come” from Field of Dreams. , among the most popular. .
Other regularly recited lines include “You’re gonna need a bigger ship” from JAWS, “Do I feel lucky? Well, are you a punk?” from Dirty Harry, and “I’m king of the world!” from Titanic.
But despite referencing those movie quotes with others, 41 percent never understood what they were being told.
General Manager David Norman said, “There’s a whole collection of movies that tie into real-life settings, so it’s completely normal for people to use or remember famous phrases in their daily lives.
“We’re excited to launch Clipology, so why not test your movie knowledge with your friends and family to see who comes out on top?”
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