Over the years, The Princess Bride has achieved legendary status in Hollywood. Shockingly, the movie wasn’t a big hit when it was released 30 years ago: It only grossed just over $30 million, and it never ranked higher than No. 3 for any weekend during its theatrical run. But Rob Reiner’s comedic fantasy has become one of the most beloved — and most quoted — movies of its generation, and it’s now looked upon as one of the classic movies of its time. The film featured an amazing ensemble cast that included Billy Crystal, Mandy Patinkin, Carol Kane, Fred Savage, Andre The Giant, and Peter Falk. It was also the breakout film for a young (and, at that time, unknown) actor named Cary Elwes, who looks back fondly upon the making of The Princess Bride. (Click on the media bar below to hear Cary Elwes)

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