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Was the Lord of the Rings trilogy the first film series to be shot concurrently?
I know that the three films in the Lord of the Rings film series were quite famously shot concurrently. The films were then edited and completed, before being released to the cinemas a year or so ...
Mar 13 at 17:50
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