At the scene where Elle is shopping with her two friends for an outfit to wear, the saleswoman gives her a red cloth. Look at Elle's rear reflection in the mirror. There's a lot of hair at the back of her neck, but in the next shot, only a single strand is left at her neck. See more...
Although many people may not catch it, the "Harvard" in which the movie is set is actually the University of Southern California campus. If you look very closely in the background, the University's trademark buildings are visible. See more...
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|Original entry||Legally Blonde was shot at a Delta Zeta Sorority house (a Z is very easy to change into an N). Proof of this can be seen in the scene at the beginning of the movie when there is a shot of the entranceway floor. On the emblem of the floor there is a Greek delta and what at first glance appears to be a N. However, if you look at the delta at the proper angle the N is a Z. [The sorority is actually based on Delta Gamma. The sorority in the book is Delta Gamma but it had to be changed for the movie becaused of legal reasons. Reese got ready for her role by studying DG's at USC. The crest for Delta Nu is actually the Delta Gamma crest with the dog head in place of the Delta Gamma rose.]|