Battlefield Earth

Easter egg: Go to the "languages" menu. Highlight any language you want and hit right once to see a symbol appear on the space ships. There will be a short clip of a man doing a stunt.

Easter egg: Go to the second page of the "special features" menu. Enter the "cast and crew" menu. Once here, highlight any person and hit right to make a symbol appear on the picture of the city. This is a short clip of men doing stunts.

Easter egg: Go to the second page of the "special features" menu. Once there, highlight any one of the special features and press right to make a symbol appear on the pyramid. There will be about a ten second clip of behind the scenes footage.

Easter egg: Go to the first page of the "special features" menu. Once there, highlight any one of the special features on the page and press right once to see a short clip of how the filmming crew put on make-up.

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During the revolt, Carlo (Kim Coates) is attacked by several Psychlo gunships on the dome's roof. He then uses a Carl Gustav recoilless rifle to destroy one of them. Strangely, the missile he fires is heat seeking, evidenced by it missing the target and arcing back around to strike the gunship from behind. Carl Gustavs are not designed to fire heat seeking missiles, as they lack the tracking systems necessary to do so, since the weapon is an anti-tank rifle in real life.

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Trivia

John Travolta made the film with Franchise Pictures. A few years after the film, it was revealed in a court case that Franchise had fraudulently overstated the budget of Battlefield Earth by $21 million to scam investors. After losing the case, Franchise filed for bankruptcy, and Travolta fired his manager, who set up the deal with Franchise in the first place.

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