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Mar 6, 2021

[Answer] Which of the following lines was ad-libbed?

Step 1 : Introduction to the question "Which of the following lines was ad-libbed?"

...1. "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn." 2. "I coulda been a contender." 3. "You're gonna need a bigger boat." 4. “Go ahead, make my day.”

Step 2 : Answer to the question "Which of the following lines was ad-libbed?"

"You're gonna need a bigger boat." - Many of the best lines in movie history were actually ad-libbed, including the famous line in “Jaws” (1975). One of the film’s screenwriters, Carl Gottlieb, explained the line’s origin story. He said that he and director Steven Spielberg were rewriting the script for “Jaws,” spending every waking moment together working on the film. The line came from an actual problem they had onset, which was that a small support boat was barely capable of handling the larger barge that held all the camera and lighting equipment, as well as craft services. The producers were notoriously frugal, but everyone kept insisting, “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” The line was thereafter used for anything that went wrong on set, leading Roy Scheider, who starred as Brody, to ad-lib the line often during filming. One of those clips made the cut. :

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