Iconic Onscreen Moments Made Possible By A Lack Of Money

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Money: It's the thing that most rap songs and every episode of DuckTales is about. It's also the thing that allows for movies to be made. So when filmmakers are broke, it usually means you wind up with garbage movies. But occasionally, being utterly skint leads to cinematic greatness.

Believe it or not, empty wallets in Hollywood have inadvertently given us classic scenes like ...

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