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Throughout his career, actor Will Ferrell has made a habit of releasing movies that almost instantly become quotable pieces of pop culture history.

Along with “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” and “Step Brothers,” Ferrell’s comedy classic “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby” is among his most quotable films.

Lines like “if you ain’t first, you’re last,” and catchphrases like “shake and bake” helped make the 2006 film immensely popular.

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The movie tells the tale of Ricky Bobby, a rockstar NASCAR driver who lives life fast and goes through an embarrassing fall from grace.

After the film was released, producers shared a blooper and outtake reel that showed how much fun the actors were having behind the scenes.

Given the close working relationship between Ferrell and costar John C. Reilly, the blooper reel is packed with laughs and is just as funny as the film.

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