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It's not a lion's roar for sure and the F-35 was involved. For detail take the word of God from the Hollywood Reporter: Did you use other archival elements from the animated movie? There's a moment where Simba roars and we think, "My God, how did he make that sound?" and we come to discover it's Mufasa. And Jon said, "In that scene, I think they ...


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In part because, as explained in The Next Generation's Wikipedia page: By 1986, 20 years after the original Star Trek's debut on NBC, the franchise's longevity amazed Paramount Pictures executives. Chairman Frank Mancuso Sr. and others described it as the studio's "crown jewel", a "priceless asset" that "must not be squandered". The series was the most ...


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There was such a scene ..although it never made it into the final production cut. There's a list of deleted scenes which includes Sallahs' Execution With Indy and Marion left to suffocate in the Well of the Souls the Germans decide that Sallah should be executed. A young German soldier was supposed to carry out the dirty job but things changed when ...


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The wikipedia page for "La Strada" states (emphasis mine) As was the common practice for Italian films at the time, shooting was done without sound; dialogue was added later along with music and sound effects So it was both very common practice specially italian - many western movies were also done that way. It still happens, depending on other factors ...


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The journey to become a champion can be long and arduous. Rocky had been fighting for years before he got a shot at Apollo Creed and even then, it was done as a publicity stunt. Remember, he lost the first fight. Likewise, our plucky protagonist Ash Ketchum has had a long journey (and after 22 years of the series (and ~1100 episodes), Ash has finally won ...


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Actually few things have been altered for the show, screenrant has a list of them.. On the story arc front, I couldn't find any credible source to put here. I'll updated this if I can find one. 1. Alec's Backstory Dr. Alec Holland's backstory is vastly different between the DC Universe series and the comics. In the comics, Dr. Holland was a ...


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According to the Closing Logo website Logo: On a black background, we see a home video (from VHS) of a shirtless man (who looks a lot like Don Johnson with a mullet) wearing a pink hat in the middle of the screen, with the time stamp "JUN, 28 1991" in the bottom right-hand corner of the box. He turns to the camera and says the word "Abso...lutely!". As he ...


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In addition to @BCdotweb’s excellent answer: Star Trek began as a production of Desilu, an Independent Studio Star Trek was developed at Desilu, the independent television studio owned by Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball (hence the name). As mentioned in the comments by @PaulieD, they literally shopped it around to all the networks, and NBC bought the pilot. ...


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I'm going to stick with the Italian flavour of filming without a soundtrack since director Federico Fellini used it and information is more readily available on one celebrated international director than a dozen others with less fame. Filming without a recorded soundtrack was common among Italian filmmakers. Although I have no sourced proof, I strongly ...


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Most of what @BCdotWEB posted in their answer is correct, although I've never heard of the even frame rate requirement before. 16-18 fps was used a lot in the 1910s, but by the late 1920s, most cameramen were filming around 24 fps if not higher. Of course slower rates were always used for comic effect in chase scenes. Everything that you ever wanted to ...


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