PG | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
The two countries from the movie, Guilder and Florin, are also two different names for the same Dutch currency.
What was that for?
Buttercup: Because you've always been so kind to me, and I'll never see you again, because I'm killing myself as soon as we reach the honeymoon suite.
The King: Won't that be nice?
The King: She kissed me! Ha!
When Westley, Inigo and Fezzik storm the gate guarded by 60 men, Fezzik is set on fire. But in multiple shots where he is far away, you can tell it's a dummy.
In the end credits, before the special thanks, there's a message "Read the Del Rey book" which is an invitation for the viewer to read the book this film is based on. And Del Rey being a list of science fiction and fantasy imprint published by Penguin Random House that this book is part of.
$206,243 (USA) (27 September 1987)
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