In the 2001 film Donnie Darko , the phrase cellar door is discussed in one scene, and an actual cellar door figures into the plot in a later scene.  The remark is attributed to "a famous linguist" in the dialogue script of the film. When asked about the origin of the phrase, writer-director Richard Kelly inaccurately suggested Edgar Allan Poe as the possible source. 
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