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Not realizing the film was being shot, local residents informed the fire department

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Not realizing the film was being shot, local residents informed the fire department

During the shooting of the film, the atmosphere of the various scenes must be created. Then it was filmed. Now that the technology is used in many scenes, creating atmosphere may not be necessary all the time.

Many scenes are also viewed using chroma technology in front of a green screen. But there was a time when cinema had to create an atmosphere. In shock at creating such an atmosphere, firefighters suddenly appeared on set.

Gone with the Wind by Victor Fleming is a landmark film in international cinema. Who will forever shine in the history of cinema. In this 1939 film, a fire scene was shot at this time. What happened before all the characters in the movie were cast.

The scene was shot at a cost of $25,000 at the time. It was the highest cost of shooting a scene so far.

The scene looked like Atlanta burning. Models acted in place of the main actors and actresses in the scenes. The scene is a huge fire scene.

It took place in a large open field behind the studio where the original film was shot. An abandoned set from the set of another film was brought there, set on fire and filmed.

Meanwhile, people around didn’t know the movie was being shot. They thought the studio was on fire. Panicked, they call the fire department. The firefighters appeared. Later, however, the whole matter became clear to everyone.



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