Slartibartfast: You must come with me, quickly or, or you'll be late!
Arthur: Late for what?
Slartibartfast: What? Oh, no...What is your name, earthman?
Arthur: Dent. Arthur Dent.
Slartibartfast: Late, as in the late Dentarthurdent. It's a kind of threat, you see.
When Arthur breaks the arm of the chair as his brain is being taken, the arm is strapped to his wrist. A second later the strap and broken arm are gone. See more...
As they enter the temple of the Jatravartid people of Viltvoldle Six, at the base of the stairs is a "perfect recreation of Douglas Adam's nose" (DVD commentary) modeled from a cyber-scan of this head that had been previously created for a game and used in the film as an homage to him following his death prior to the completion of the film. See more...
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|Title||The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy|
|Original entry||When Trillian uses the lightsaber/knife to cut the bread, you can see the blade of the "lightknife" passes through the breadboard without even cutting or marking it. [Given the advanced technology on the spaceship the bread-sabre would obviously be designed to only cut through bread and not inflict damage on the breadboard, anyone clever enough to invent a knife that toasts while cutting would think of such things. Alternatively the breadboard is made of a material that is impervious to the bread-sabre, a fairly obvious requirement for a breadboard in those circumstances.]|