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They did Alice van Springsteen was the stunt double for Ms Taylor in National Velvet Her first work as a film stuntwoman came in Will Rogers' last movie, "In Old Kentucky" (1935). A member of the Cowgirl Hall of Fame, she went on to serve as a stunt double for Elizabeth Taylor (in 1944's "National Velvet"), Marian Davis, Jane Wyman, Ingrid Bergman and ...


There's nothing definitive but the number of people credited with "stunts" at IMDB would seem to indicate that these were, in fact, stunt actors. The additional cost is probably marginal given that they'd probably only be required for a single scene probably shot in a single day. The scenes showing general turbulence were filmed in a complete aircraft ...


Mostly According to John Hamm... “We’re shooting the movie in, I think, 6K,” Hamm explained (via JoBlo) at the premiere of Amazon’s Good Omens. “So it’s incredibly hi-def. The aerial footage is mind-blowing. And it’s mostly practical. There’s not a lot of CG. Those guys are really up in planes and getting thrown around in multiple Gs.” Source


William Katt's stunt double was Dennis Madalone https://www.youtube.com/user/dennismadalone


The French Connection car chase is arguably more dangerous in that the car chase was filmed without permits on mostly uncleared roads and most of the near-misses and one full-hit to a car were on open streets with unaware bystanders. They did have some control and informal permission on several blocks because they had police on the set etc., but they did ...

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