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  • v  shoot again
    We had to reshoot that scene 24 times

  • Snider ultimately agreed to spend an extra $200,000 to film a new ending, and within days Marshall secured locations and flew Damon from Lake Como for a reshoot.
  • Then we'd have to reshoot the entire episode.
  • In 1970, with the original film deteriorating, WPIX decided to reshoot the video as a six-minute 35mm loop.
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  • PBS to air Civil War documentary
    Norm Callan's reflection could be seen in the round maple table that shined with early evening sun, and inspired a PBS cameraman to reshoot a part of an interview about the table's importance to the Union's American Civil War victory.
    July 16, 2013 - Altoona Mirror

  • Robert Pattinson in
    We had to go back and reshoot the scene. I don't know what happened, but I freaked out the first time we did it,Pattinson says.
  • David Mackenzie in
    If you film one where a crime boss isn't punished or jailed, you may be asked to reshoot,said Mr Mackenzie. "A lot of film makers just dodge the censors altogether."
  • John Travolta in The Star-Ledger -
    I made a deal with Luc,Travolta explains. "I wanted him to be honest with me and let me know how he was really feeling. I said, 'If we need to fix anything, I'll stay extra days and we'll reshoot. I want to reshoot if it's not working.' We...

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