Nothing is perfect. Not even Star Wars or Pirates Of The Caribbean. Despite weeks and months of painstaking editing, mistakes sometimes slip through, shattering the fourth wall and revealing a juicy peek at the film set.
From the suicidal munchkins of Oz to an Empire-saving ice cream maker in Star Wars, check out these 10 filmic fumbles:
10. 'Star Wars' stormtrooper hits head
Perhaps the most famous un-blooped blooper of all time. Eagle-eyed fans spotted this stormtrooper in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) smashing his forehead into a low-flying door.
The actor, Laurie Goode, said:
"I was ambling along and felt I needed to rush back to the loo — bang! No one shouted 'cut' so I assumed the shot wasn’t wide enough to include me."
9. 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' invaded by a cowboy
A wayward extra was lassoed, Wild West style, in this shot as he gazed out to sea behind Jack Sparrow in The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003).
8. Meat Loaf caught with his pants down in 'Fight Club'
Rockstar Meat Loaf's bird-seed-stuffed fat suit is revealed when his trousers fall down while leaving a police ball with Edward Norton and Brad Pitt's characters.
7. Ice-Cream-Maker Guy in 'Star Wars'
Obviously, when you're fleeing the Empire, you must ensure you can whip up a frozen treat at your chosen destination.
The jumpsuited gent, Willrow Hood (actor unknown), was actually being a hero by carrying a computer memory full of Rebellion contacts to prevent the Galactic Empire from accessing it.
But this has not deterred legions of fans from making the comparison, dubbing him "Ice Cream Maker Guy."
6. Camera sneaks into 'The Matrix'
While filming a fisheye mirror shot in a doorknob in The Matrix (1999), the team seems to have forgotten that cameras are not vampires and also have reflections.
5. Cables in 'Indiana Jones'
The magic is ruined in Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull (2008) when the cables holding Irina Spalko (Cate Blanchett) are exposed.
4. Camera crew on 'Transformers' bumper
In Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), as Optimus Prime speeds across the desert, a camera-truck reflection was captured on his massive bumper.
3. Dead Munchkin in 'The Wizard Of Oz'?
In the final scene of The Wizard Of Oz (1939), the joyous trio appear to skip merrily toward what many theorize to be a munchkin who committed suicide over the love of another munchy.
However, it has also been claimed to be one of the giant birds from LA Zoo that roamed the set. Whatever it is, it's distracting. And a little spooky.
2. Jeans in 'Gladiator'
Comfort trumped the need for historical accuracy in this Gladiator (2000) shot in which a crew member in denim ambles behind Russell Crowe. See here for the full clip.
1. Chopper shadow in 'The Shining'
In the opening credits, the shadow of the helicopter filming the shot can be seen as it sweeps over the landscape of Glacier National Park.