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More JAWS Sounds

MP3 Sounds courtesy of Eddie McCormack

All Gonna Die (Hooper)
Amity Means Friendship (Vaughn)
Bad Hat Harry (Brody)
Bigger Boat (Brody)
Black Eyes (Quint)
Bowlegged Women (Quint)
Buster Browns (Vaughn)
Chief of Police (Brody)
Choke On It (Quint)
Chum Some (Brody)
City Hands (Quint)
Drowning (Ellen)
Drunk Enough (Brody)
Farewell and Adieu (Quint)
Not a Boat Accident (Hooper)
Not Drunk (Cassidy)
Shark is Not Working (Dreyfuss)
Paper Doll (Quint)
Half Assed Autopsy (Vaughn)
Yaaahhd (Ellen)
Sharkin (Quint)
Ten Thousand Dollars (Quint)
Tiger Shark (Hooper)
What Happens (Hooper)

JAWS Trivia

Trivia provided by: The Internet Movie Database:

  • Sterling Hayden was the original choice for the role of Quint. Hayden, however, was in trouble with the Internal Revenue Service for unpaid tax. All Hayden’s income from acting was subject to a levy by the IRS, so there was an attempt to circumvent that: Hayden was also a writer, so one idea was to pay him union scale for his acting, and buy a story from him (his literary income wasn’t subject to levy) for a large sum. It was concluded that the IRS would see through this scheme, so Robert Shaw was cast instead.
  • Quint’s tale of the USS Indianapolis was written by Shaw following a disagreement between screenwriters Peter Benchley and Carl Gottlieb. Shaw presented his text, and Benchley and Gottlieb agreed that this was exactly what was needed.
  • The live shark footage was shot at Seal Rocks, Australia. A real white pointer was cut up and “extended” for the close-up shots.
  • A midget in a miniature cage and a real shark were used to get some shots correct.
  • Susan Backlinie (Chrissie) was experiencing real pain during her attack scene at the beginning of the film. She was attached to straps and divers underneath pulled too hard.
  • Apparently, technicians lost control of one of the mechanical sharks, and it was lost at sea.
  • During the filming of some scenes, Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, and Shaw had to look in amazement off camera at a non-existant shark.
  • Preview audiences screamed when the head of a shark victim appears in the hole in the bottom of the boat. Director Steven Spielberg re-shot the scene in editor Field, Verna’s swimming pool because he wanted them to “scream louder”.
  • A real shooting star can be seen during a shot of the boat on the water at dusk.
  • Video version is missing some scenes:
  • Hooper describing an obscene phonecall he made, while cutting open the shark.
    Quint humiliating a young clarinet player as he buys piano wire.

  • Author Peter Benchley was thrown off the set after objecting to the climax.
  • Steven Spielberg was the voice on Quint’s marine radio when Mrs. Brody tries to contact her husband on the Orca.

Trivia provided by: Pascal L’ Heureux:

  • The first shark killed on the docks which is supposed to be the “maneater” in the movie is actually a real shark killed in Florida because there wasn’t a big enough one in Martha’s Vineyard.
  • Brody’s dog in the movie was actually Spielberg’s real dog.
  • On the last day of shooting, Spielberg wore nice clothes to make sure he wouldn’t be thrown in the water by the crew.

Trivia provided by: Mitchell L. Boone:

  • The mechanical shark used in JAWS (the original film anyway) was nicknamed “Bruce” by its “handlers” and the “full body” version tours around museums, while “Bruce II” resides at the Universal Theme Parks and “bites at” tourists on the tour ride.
  • Also, the shark spent MOST of the movie broken-down, and was unavailable for certain shots. This led Steven to “use” the camera as the “shark”, and film from the sharks’ perspective. They think this added to the “chilling/haunting” quality in the final release. Many critics/movie-goers/and actors/crew think it would have made it too “cheesy” had they shown the shark as much as originally planned.

Trivia provided by: James Burger:

  • Susan Backlinie (Chrissie) is actually a stunt woman, not an actress, and her underwater scenes in the JAWS opener were actually filmed during the day while she was in the buff.
  • The original scene with Alex Kintner’s death was so scary that it had to be cut due to the fact that it might scare people to death and they would not be able to give JAWS a PG rating but an R instead. The scene called for a doll of Alex to be floating among the bathers, then the shark would jump out of the water.
  • Robert Shaw was also in trouble from the IRS and had to flee the country once his scenes were completed.
  • When Robert Shaw first attempted to do the Indianapolis scene, he was drunk as a skunk and was only able to complete one line; then he started talking about his family and other stuff. He was so embarassed that he asked Spielberg if he would let him do it again the next day. Spielberg said yes and Shaw did it in one take.
  • If you look hard enough when Quint is being eaten, you can notice the rubber teeth bending at Quint’s waist.
  • When Roy Scheider was trapped in the sinking Orca, it took 75 takes to get the shot right. Roy did not trust the special effects team to rescue him in case of an emergency so he hid axes and hatches around the cabin just in case.
  • There were two 300lb weights attached to Susan Backlinie which were being tugged by two sets of crewmen on shore. One set would pull right, and the other set would pull left. It took three days to film that sequence.
  • When the shark was built, it was never water tested therefore when it was put in the water at Martha’s Vineyard, it sunk straight to the ocean floor. It took a team of divers to retrieve it from the floor.
  • The scenes missing from the video were not in the original picture. They were seen in later features of JAWS when the movie was first televised. They needed fillers during editing for TV so they used that footage.
  • Robert Shaw could not stand Richard Dreyfuss and they argued all the time, which resulted in some good tension between Hooperand Quint.
  • If you pay attention to the barrels in the film, you will notice that they are not consistent numerically due to errors in editing.
  • If you pay close attention to one of the windows in the building behind Brody after he leaves the hardware store, you will notice a bystander sticking her head up and taking pictures of Roy Scheider as he is doing his lines.

JAWS Unleashed


CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE GAME TRAILER (52 MB)
JAWS Unleashed is available for PC, XBOX, and Playstation 2

CLICK HERE TO BUY JAWS UNLEASHED

Game Background:

JAWS broke all box office records to become one of the highest grossing films of its time. The movie has had a lasting impact spanning decades and now JAWS Unleashed is poised to recapture the horror of being preyed upon by the most feared creature in the ocean. JAWS Unleashed recreates scenes and character spinoffs from the movie while allowing the player to experience the JAWS universe from a unique perspective—that of the Great White Shark.

Game Storyline:

Amity Island is growing, making corporate connections with prestigious companies like Environplus to improve the Island’s economy. Unfortunately the increased population around the Island and recent industrial activity has also attracted YOU–one of Earth’s most fearsome creatures–a Great White Shark. When the Environplus CEO’s son falls prey to your deadly attacks, the CEO hires renowned shark hunter Cruz Ruddock to track and kill you. Meanwhile, Marine Biologist Michael Brody tries to capture you for research. Can Ruddock and Brody stop you from wreaking havoc before the 4th of July celebration?

Game Features:

Players take control of Jaws the Great White Shark while playing out themes and in locations from the JAWS film universe

More than 10 meticulously detailed, destructible environments, each with unique designs and intense action

Unleash real-time damage on intelligent enemies, vehicles and structures

Perform a variety of stunning underwater, surface and air attacks via a user-friendly combat system

Dismemberment engine provides multiple points of disconnection

Follow story-based missions or choose to freely roam the island and its surroundings wreaking havoc

Encounter multiple side missions/challenges including timed destruction, stealth, chase and others

Face fearsome arena bosses including killer whales, giant squid, powerful boats and more

See your victims before they know you’re coming and target lock on enemies from afar with Shark Vision

Created by Appaloosa Interactive, developer of the award-winning Ecco the Dolphin series.

JAWS Unleashed is rated PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned – Some Material May Be Inappropriate For Children Under 13). Please consult www.filmratings.com or www.parentalguide.org for more information.

JAWS Video Games

In the 80s, video game companies decided to release a lot of games that were based on movies. You could reenact scenes from movies like Star Wars, E.T., Ghostbusters, and believe it or not, Porky’s.

JAWS was one of the many movies that got the video game treatment. Here are screenshots from two JAWS video games. You can play these games today with the help of emulators, which are pretty easy to find on the web. Happy hunting!

UPDATE: Majesco released JAWS Unleashed in 2006, a game in which you get to play as the shark. Check out the trailer and some screens on the JAWS Unleashed page.

The Nintendo Game – by LJN (1987)

The Atari ST Game – by Screen 7 Productions

Thanks to S. Michael Simms (Smikes) for locating this game!

The Atari Arcade Game

Again, thanks to S. Michael Simms (Smikes) for locating info on this game!

JAWS Sounds

Music

JAWS Theme RealAudio jaws_288.ram (Thanks to Brad Chapman)
JAWS Theme Excerpt .WAV (58K) jaws2.wav
JAWS Theme Excerpt .AIFF (58K) jaws2.aiff

Dialogue

JAWS Trailer — RealAudio trailer.ram

Quint’s Indianapolis Monlogue — RealAudio indy.ram

yaad.wav (173K)

Ellen: “In Amity, you say: yahd.”

Brody: “There in the yahd, not too fah from the cah. How’s that?”

awhat.wav (124K)

Fisherman #1: “What kind of shark?”

Hooper: “Tiger shark.”

Fisherman #2: “A what?”

busterbr.wav (111K)

Vaughn: “Now I want those little paint-happy bastards caught and hung up by their Buster Browns!”

bigboat.wav (37K)

Brody: “You’re gonna need a bigger boat”

farewell.wav (97K)

Quint: “Farewell and adieu to you fair Spanish ladies…”

smile.wav (287K)

Brody: “Smile, you son of a bitch!”

swimmin.wav (93K)

Quint: “Here’s to swimmin’ with bow-legged women”

drink.wav (388K)

Quint, Brody, & Hooper (singing): “Show me the way to go home … I’m tired and I wanna go to bed … I’d a had a little drink about an hour ago and it went right to my head”

lies.wav (295K)

Quint: “Here lies the body of Mary Lee … died at the age of 103 … for 15 years she kept her virginity … not a bad record for this vicinity”

barrel.wav (132K)

Hooper: “He’s trying to go under”
Quint: “Hell he can, with three barrels on him … not with three he can’t”

myhus.wav (21K)

Ellen Brody: “My husband tells me you’re in sharks”

ithink.wav (73K)

Hooper: “Uh … I think that I’m familiar with the fact that you are going to ignore this problem until it swims up and bites you in the ass”

hooper.wav (356K)

Hooper: “Didn’t you get on a boat and check out these waters? Well … This is not a boat accident. It wasn’t any propeller, it wasn’t any coral reef, and is wasn’t Jack the Ripper. It was a shark”

badhat.wav (50K)

Brody: “That’s some bad hat, Harry”

headtail.wav (177K)

Quint: “Ten thousand dollars for me by myself. For that you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing”

cage.wav (232K)

Quint: “You go inside the cage, cage goes in the water, you go in the water, shark’s in the water … our shark”

Other Sounds

The beginning of Dickie Goodman’s song from 1975, Mr. Jaws mrjbeg.wav (227K)

JAWS Lost Scenes

With most movies, a lot more footage is filmed than actually ends up in the final product. JAWS is no exception, with a large number of scenes that were cut, many due to the fact that the mechanical shark rarely worked as planned. Some of these scenes turned up in the ABC television version of JAWS that aired back in the late 1970s-early 1980s. Many more of these “lost” scenes were first available to fans on the 20th Anniversary Laserdisc version of JAWS and now are available on the 30th Anniversary DVD version of JAWS.

Special thanks to Lisa Holliday for capturing and providing the video clips!


Brody and Ellen in the Kitchen

Brody and Ellen talk in the kitchen and Ellen feeds their two cocker spaniels

RealAudio | Windows Media


Cassidy Talks to Brody

Brody and Cassidy walk along the beach and discuss where Cassidy is from and the summer house Cassidy and friends are renting.

Windows Media


Cassidy Identifies Chrissie’s Remains

Brody has Cassidy look at what’s left of Chrissie after the two talk about the summer house Cassidy and friends are renting.

RealAudio | Windows Media


Quint and His Little Buddy #1

The little guy who works for Quint refuses to go with Quint on his quest to kill the shark.

RealAudio | Windows Media


Quint and His Little Buddy #2

The little guy and Quint stroll down the streets of Amity accompanied by a dog.


Ben Gardner’s Commentary

Ben Gardner comments on the people walking by him on the dock and talks to Brody and Hooper

Windows Media


Amateur Shark Hunters

Chaotic scenes of all the amateur shark hunters in their boats.

Windows Media


Vaughn on Parade

Walking through the middle of the parade, Mayor Vaughn discusses putting up signs with Hendricks.

Windows Media


Hooper and Vaughn on the Ferry

Mayor Vaughn and Brody talk about Brody’s hiring and vandalism while on the ferry.

Windows Media


Hooper Tells Brody About His Phone Calls
On the way to cut open the tiger shark, Hooper talks about a woman with whom he apparently had phone sex.

RealAudio | Windows Media


Quint’s Truck

A black truck comes to a stop, camera is on driver side door, door has the name “Quint” and a drawing of a shark on it, door opens and Quint steps out.

Windows Media


Quint Torments Boy in Music Store

Quint enters a music store to buy piano wire. A boy is there playing a song on a clarinet. Quint mimics what the boy is playing, getting louder and louder until the boy loses his composure and stops playing.

RealAudio


Shark Goes After Michael Brody

After the shark attacks the guy in the Estuary, it goes after Michael Brody, with the Estuary guy still in its jaws. The Estuary guy, barely alive, pushes Michael out of the way, saving Michael’s life.

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