whiterabbitt83 wrote:do they show him dieing
NefariousNed wrote:whiterabbitt83 wrote:do they show him dieing
Seems to me that the first time he tried to bend over with that huge belt buckle would've been the end of him!
MUSTANG wrote:Exactly! When I spoke again to Bill Gilmore, he said they didn't worry about continuity errors. Or using the same shot in several scenes. If it works, use it! He said they knew if something was "wrong," but as the action ran by so fast, no one was going to pick out the errors. An explosion was an explosion was an explosion. In some case, they HAD to use a particular take as other takes for the same scene either weren't acceptable, or they had technical issues or whatever. So, if the lighting was different, shadows were wrong, different personnel, it didn't matter. They did try to make sure to minimize continuity errors in dialog scenes. Of course, when edits were made, it did cause certain issues. But, no one was supposed to notice! It was the tone and message that was important, not the execution!
MUSTANG wrote:I've sent a few screen shots to Ned and asked that he post them. Clearly, Blake is shown in the group of Bowie's men as they approach the Alamo.
Interestingly, he a part of Bowie's men when they enter; he's ordered by Dickenson to show Bowie's men to their quarters; and he's a part of the
Crockett's Tennessean's in the Cantina. Man, this guy doesn't know who he reports to!!!
NefariousNed wrote:As per Mustang...
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