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    Oct 27, 2014

    Here's What The Cast Of "The Princess Bride" Looks Like Now

    Skipping the kissing parts for 27 years.

    Cary Elwes as Westley

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    Fun Fact: Colin Firth was also considered for the role of Westley.

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    Fun Fact: Colin Firth was also considered for the role of Westley.

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    Fun Fact: Colin Firth was also considered for the role of Westley.

    Wallace Shawn as Vizzini

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    Fun Fact: Wallace Shawn is also a playwright. In fact, he wishes more people knew him for his plays than for his acting. He's written such works as Marie and Bruce (1978), Aunt Dan and Lemon (1985), and The Designated Mourner (1997), among others.

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    Fun Fact: Wallace Shawn is also a playwright. In fact, he wishes more people knew him for his plays than for his acting. He's written such works as Marie and Bruce (1978), Aunt Dan and Lemon (1985), and The Designated Mourner (1997), among others.

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    Fun Fact: Wallace Shawn is also a playwright. In fact, he wishes more people knew him for his plays than for his acting. He's written such works as Marie and Bruce (1978), Aunt Dan and Lemon (1985), and The Designated Mourner (1997), among others.

    Chris Sarandon as Prince Humperdinck

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    Fun Fact: Chris Sarandon married Susan Abigail Tomalin (Susan Sarandon) in 1967. They divorced 12 years later, but she kept his last name.

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    Fun Fact: Chris Sarandon married Susan Abigail Tomalin (Susan Sarandon) in 1967. They divorced 12 years later, but she kept his last name.

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    Fun Fact: Chris Sarandon married Susan Abigail Tomalin (Susan Sarandon) in 1967. They divorced 12 years later, but she kept his last name.

    Mandy Patinkin as Inigo Montoya

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    Fun Fact: Mandy Patinkin, who looks back very fondly on his early career, said that the filming of the scene in which Inigo and Fezzik take "mostly dead" Westley to Miracle Max were the "three greatest days of [his] life."

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    Fun Fact: Mandy Patinkin, who looks back very fondly on his early career, said that the filming of the scene in which Inigo and Fezzik take "mostly dead" Westley to Miracle Max were the "three greatest days of [his] life."

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    Fun Fact: Mandy Patinkin, who looks back very fondly on his early career, said that the filming of the scene in which Inigo and Fezzik take "mostly dead" Westley to Miracle Max were the "three greatest days of [his] life."

    Christopher Guest as Count Tyrone Rugen

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    Fun Fact: In an interview, Christopher Guest admitted that he still owns the six-fingered glove he wore in The Princess Bride and that he wears it "once every five years."

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    Fun Fact: In an interview, Christopher Guest admitted that he still owns the six-fingered glove he wore in The Princess Bride and that he wears it "once every five years."

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    Fun Fact: In an interview, Christopher Guest admitted that he still owns the six-fingered glove he wore in The Princess Bride and that he wears it "once every five years."

    Robin Wright as The Princess Bride

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    Fun Fact: In a 2014 interview, Robin Wright said of her co-star Cary Elwes, "[He] was so good-looking [...] I was convinced we were going to be married." She is currently engaged to actor Ben Foster.

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    Fun Fact: In a 2014 interview, Robin Wright said of her co-star Cary Elwes, "[He] was so good-looking [...] I was convinced we were going to be married." She is currently engaged to actor Ben Foster.

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    Fun Fact: In a 2014 interview, Robin Wright said of her co-star Cary Elwes, "[He] was so good-looking [...] I was convinced we were going to be married." She is currently engaged to actor Ben Foster.

    Carol Kane as Valerie

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    Fun Fact: Carol Kane has a knack for charismatic characters. She is currently playing the mother of Oswald Cobblepot (Penguin), Gertrude Kapelput, in Fox's new Batman spin-off, Gotham.

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    Fun Fact: Carol Kane has a knack for charismatic characters. She is currently playing the mother of Oswald Cobblepot (Penguin), Gertrude Kapelput, in Fox's new Batman spin-off, Gotham.

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    Fun Fact: Carol Kane has a knack for charismatic characters. She is currently playing the mother of Oswald Cobblepot (Penguin), Gertrude Kapelput, in Fox's new Batman spin-off, Gotham.

    Billy Crystal as Miracle Max

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    Fun Fact: Billy Crystal said that Mel Brooks was the inspiration for his portrayal of Miracle Max.

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    Fun Fact: Billy Crystal said that Mel Brooks was the inspiration for his portrayal of Miracle Max.

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    Fun Fact: Billy Crystal said that Mel Brooks was the inspiration for his portrayal of Miracle Max.

    Peter Falk as The Grandfather

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    Fun Fact: In an interview, Fred Savage said that he and Peter Falk were very close and that Falk was extremely kind and supportive between takes when shooting their scenes together. Whenever they'd see each other, years down the line, Falk would give Savage a "big hug" and they'd catch up.

    Falk died in 2011. He was 83.

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    Fun Fact: In an interview, Fred Savage said that he and Peter Falk were very close and that Falk was extremely kind and supportive between takes when shooting their scenes together. Whenever they'd see each other, years down the line, Falk would give Savage a "big hug" and they'd catch up.

    Falk died in 2011. He was 83.

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    Fun Fact: In an interview, Fred Savage said that he and Peter Falk were very close and that Falk was extremely kind and supportive between takes when shooting their scenes together. Whenever they'd see each other, years down the line, Falk would give Savage a "big hug" and they'd catch up.

    Falk died in 2011. He was 83.

    Fred Savage as The Grandson

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    Fun Fact: According to an interview with Fred Savage, by the time Savage arrived in London to film his scenes, the rest of the movie had already been shot. As a result, he didn't get to meet all of the actors. He said that he still hasn't met Cary Elwes.

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    Fun Fact: According to an interview with Fred Savage, by the time Savage arrived in London to film his scenes, the rest of the movie had already been shot. As a result, he didn't get to meet all of the actors. He said that he still hasn't met Cary Elwes.

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    Fun Fact: According to an interview with Fred Savage, by the time Savage arrived in London to film his scenes, the rest of the movie had already been shot. As a result, he didn't get to meet all of the actors. He said that he still hasn't met Cary Elwes.

    André René Roussimoff aka André the Giant, who played Fezzik, died in 1993, just six years after the release of this film. He was 46 years old.

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