Tom Hanks doubts bus bench scenes in "Forrest Gump" 

Tom Hanks has uncovered how he didn't think the famous transport seat scenes in raving success film "Forrest Gump" would make it into the finished product. 

Hanks played the title character, a man with youngster like blamelessness and a propensity for coincidentally finding history, 

In the 1994 film coordinated by Bob Zemeckis, which won six Academy Awards.

"I will tell you, in 'Forrest Gump,' all the stuff that we shot on the recreation area seat in Savannah, Georgia ... we were simply shooting grub for a potential story piece of it," 

Hanks told the ReelBlend web recording during a limited time interview for his new film "Elvis" recently.

"Furthermore, I said to Bob [Zemeckis], 'Would anyone say anyone will think often about this nut sitting on a [bench]? What is this?  

Nobody understands what's mixed together I mean,'" said Hanks.