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  1. Forrest Gump (1994) - IMDb

    Jul 06, 1994 · Forrest Gump is a simple man with a low I.Q. but good intentions. He is running through childhood with his best and only friend Jenny. His 'mama' teaches him the ways of life and leaves him to choose his destiny.

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  2. The film is based on the 1986 novel by Winston Groom. Both center on the character of Forrest Gump
    However, the film primarily focuses on the first eleven chapters of the novel, before skipping ahead to the end of the novel with the founding of Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and the meeting with Forrest, Jr. In addition to skipping some parts of the novel, the film adds several aspects to Gump's life that do not occur in the novel, such as his needing leg braces as a child and his run across the United States

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  3. Forrest Gump - Wikipedia

    Forrest Gump is a 1994 American epic romantic comedy-drama film directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Eric Roth. It is based on the 1986 novel of the same name by Winston Groom and stars Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, Gary Sinise, Mykelti Williamson and Sally Field.

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    • June 23, 1994 (Los Angeles), July 6, 1994 (United States), October 7, 1994 (United Kingdom)
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  4. Forrest Gump (1994) - Rotten Tomatoes

    Slow-witted Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) has never thought of himself as disadvantaged, and thanks to his supportive mother (Sally Field), he leads anything but a restricted life. Whether dominating on...

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  5. Forrest Gump | Plot, Cast, Awards, & Facts | Britannica

    Forrest Gump, American film, released in 1994, that chronicled 30 years (from the 1950s through the early 1980s) of the life of a intellectually disabled man (played by Tom Hanks) in an unlikely fable that earned critical praise, large audiences, and six Academy Awards, including best picture.

  6. Watch Forrest Gump | Prime Video

    A simple man, an innocent on the loose, an idiot savant in one of the most turbulent eras in our nations history, Forrest Gump never waivers in his moral integrity and manages to touch and influence the lives of many - famous and infamous. He is physically handicapped, but becomes an athlete of renown.

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  7. Forrest Gump | Forrest Gump Wiki | Fandom
    • Early Life and Education
    • College
    • Army Service
    • Ping-Pong
    • Shrimp Boat Captain
    • Home in Alabama
    • Running
    • Present Day

    As a child, Forrest had strong legs, but a weak spine, which the family doctor claimed was \\"as crooked as a politician.\\" Because of this, he was forced to wear leg braces which made walking and running difficult, and also discovered he had a sub-standard IQ, which the principal of the local school said excluded him from attending the school. (Forrest's mother made the man reconsider after they slept together.) Forrest's mother told him never to let anyone tell him he was different, saying: \\"S...

    Forrest remained close friends with Jenny throughout high school, and one day, when he was targeted by the same bullies, he ran across the high school's football field, disrupting the practice, but also running faster than the players on the team. This caught the attention of the head coach of Alabama Crimson Tide, Paul \\"Bear\\" Bryant, and Forrest received a football scholarship to the University of Alabama where his impressive speed helped the team to win several games. He was then admitted t...

    Forrest graduates from college in 1967, and, at the ceremony, he is approached by an army recruiter, who asks him if he has given any thought to his future. Forrest joins the United States Army, and meets a young black man, Benjamin Buford Blue (Bubba) on the bus. Bubba is a fellow recruit from Bayou La Batre, whose ambition is to buy a shrimping boat to continue his family history of cooking shrimp.Forrest excels in army training, and breaks a company record by assembling his M14 rifle quick...

    After recovering in the army hospital, Forrest is introduced to Ping-pong, and rather than returning to Vietnam, Forrest is assigned to the Special Services, entertaining wounded veterans with his ping-pong skills. He would later travel to the People's Republic of China during the Ping-Pong Diplomacy period. When he returns in 1971, he was a national hero, \\"famouser than even Captain Kangaroo \\" and was invited by Dick Cavett to appear on The Dick Cavett Show. John Lennon was also a guest on t...

    Upon his return, Forrest finds his Greenbow house filled with memorabilia capitalizing on his fame as a ping-pong player in China. At his mother's insistence, Forrest made $25,000 endorsing a brand of \\"Gump-Mao\\" ping-pong paddles, and used most of the money to travel to Bubba's hometown of Bayou La Batre and purchase a boat. When someone pointed out it was bad luck to have a boat without a name, Forrest named the boat after Jenny, which he calls, \\"The most beautiful name in the wide world.\\" U...

    Forrest returned home to Greenbow in September 1975 when he learned his mother was dying of cancer. After her death, Forrest stayed at the house and leaves his shrimping industry in the hands of Lieutenant Dan and retired to mowing and cutting grass and lawns, as he apparently enjoys doing it. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Dan participated in a substantial investment into what Forrest says to be \\"some kind of fruit company.\\" In reality, the company was the fledgling Apple Computers, and it is implied...

    Forrest's newfound loneliness leads him to take a run \\"for no particular reason.\\" At first, he decides to run to the end of the road, second across town, third across the county, fourth all the way to the Mississippi border. Eventually, he traverses the country several times over a span of three years. Forrest attracts media coverage, and eventually, dozens of followers initiating and inspiring what would become the jogging craze of 1978–79. During the run, he inspires the phrase \\"Shit Happen...

    Much of Forrest Gump is told as memory to people waiting for a bus; the remainder is Forrest's present. The present (the \\"present\\" in the film being between November 17, 1980 and December 31, 1980 as seen from the magazine in the black ladies hands and car ad on a bus, since companies will often put ads for new cars a year ahead of time), Forrest tells his latest companion on the bench, an elderly woman, he'd recently received a letter from Jenny asking him to come see her. When told Forrest'...

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  9. Forrest Gump (character) - Wikipedia

    Forrest Alexander Gump is a fictional character and the protagonist of the 1986 novel by Winston Groom, Robert Zemeckis 's 1994 film of the same name, and Gump and Co., the written sequel to Groom's novel.

  10. Forrest Gump - The Soundtrack — Original Motion Picture ...

    Listen free to Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – Forrest Gump - The Soundtrack (Hound Dog, Rebel Rouser and more). 34 tracks (118:00). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at

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    Hound Dog
    Elvis Presley
    Rebel Rouser
    Duane Eddy
    (I Don't Know Why) but I Do
    Clarence "Frogman" Henry
    Walk Right In
    The Rooftop Singers
    • “There’s an awful lot you can tell about a person by their shoes.” – Forrest Gump.
    • “You have to do the best with what God gave you.” – Forrest Gump.
    • “Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re gonna get.” – Forrest Gump.
    • “There’s only so much fortune a man really needs, and the rest is just for showin’ off.” – Forrest Gump.