Movies that stole footage from other movies

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Screen Rant narrator Rob Flis shares some instances in which filmmakers, for some reason or another, have used footage from older films when making new ones.
Movie audiences usually believe that whatever drama or action they see on screen was created or captured for nothing but that story. Most of the time, they’re right. But sometimes, a director or studio realizes that it’s better for the vision, schedule, or budget to give existing footage a second life.

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