The world fell in love with Julia Roberts' giggle during the iconic jewellery box moment from 'Pretty Woman', but there were plenty of laughs happening behind the scenes of the movie, too.
It's been a whopping 32 years since 'Pretty Woman' was released, but the film remains a timeless classic that many of us have revisited again and again.
What you might not have seen, however, is the original blooper reel from the flick, which was released in 2005 when Pretty Woman came out on DVD.
It's worth a watch, if only to see Richard Gere pulling funny faces and pranking Julia Roberts by running away when she's under the water in her bubble bath.
One thing that's very clear in the clip is that the famous chemistry between Gere and Roberts existed even when they weren't in character - which is actually what convinced Gere to take the role in the first place.
"I just remember you sitting across from my desk in my office, I was so mesmerized," Gere said during the cast's 25-year reunion in 2015.
"We loved each other immediately," Gere confessed - but added that he still wasn't sold on the script.
"To be honest, I didn't know if I was doing this movie yet. She's across the desk, we're getting to know each other, we're flirty-flirty, nice-nice," he said.
"And [director Gary Marshall] calls up and says, 'How's it going?' And I'm going, 'Yeah, yeah,' and she takes a piece of paper. She turns it around, and she pushes it to me. It said, 'Please say yes.' It was so sweet. And I was like [miming talking on the phone], 'I just said yes.'"
Check out the gag reel and see all the good times for yourself!