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"Hollywood's Varied Vistas." The New York Times.He worked at the studio in various capacities until warum gehen männer zu einer prostituierten 1962.Arnold Gillespie in El Paso, Texas, Education: Attended Columbia University, New York; Art Students League, New York.This is the incident in which Canutt is pitched forward and receives a minor cut to his chin.78 To speed things up, Wyler often kept principal actors on stand-by, in full costume and make-up, so that ao nutten in düsseldorf he could shoot pick-up scenes if the first unit slowed down."Sam Zimbalist, 57, Film-Maker, Dead." The New York Times.31 Vidal further claimed that Wyler took his advice.15 One notable change in the film involved the opening titles.138 William Wyler shot the "pageantry" sequence that occurs before the race, scenes of the jubilant crowd, and the victory scenes after the race concludes.113 It was filmed largely at Cinecittà Studios.The score was so lengthy that it had to be released in 1959 on three LP records, although a one-LP version with Carlo Savina conducting the Symphony Orchestra of Rome was also issued.
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154 Wyler did not see the final cut of the chariot race until the press screening of Ben-Hur.64 Scott was hired on July 17, 1958.100 In mid-January 1958, MGM said that filming in North Africa (later revealed to be Libya ) would begin on March 1, 1958, and that 200 camels and 2,500 horses had already been procured for the studio's use there.Once again filming was delayed.He also decided that the car should stay only a few feet ahead of the horses.101 The production was then scheduled to move to Rome on April 1, where Andrew Marton had been hired as second unit director and 72 horses were being trained for the chariot race sequence.133 Rózsa's score has since seen several notable re-releases.
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119 There is dispute over the number of extras used in the chariot race scenes.