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i used to think that when someone died or got hurt on tv shows or movies, they really died. i thought that stunt doubles were the ones who sacrificed their lives for really good actors.
I used to think when people got shot in movies that it was real. My parents told me that how would actors agree to die just for a movie... but I thought they were lying to me so I wouldn't freak out. Then they just told me that it wasn't blood, that it was just ketchup. So that Christmas I asked for a gun that shot ketchup like the ones used in movies hahaha.
I used to believe all the people that got killed in movies were prisoners sentenced to death, and that's why it was so realistic, because they were using real people, not stuntmen.
i used to belive that actors in movie used to really get killed. Until i saw an actor die twice
I used to think that the poeple who died in movies were actually death-row inmates that got to choose this way to be killed
I used to believe that when somebody died in a film, that person actually died in real life.
I used to believe that all the people in cowboy films that got killed were people who wanted to die
i used to believe that films were real so if someone got killed i thought they really got killed! Now I know it's not true.
P.S - Or if someone died.
When I was about 3 I used to think that all films were real and events in a film were actually happening in real life as I watched them. Apparently I would cry for hours when someone died, and my parents would never know why - until I told them a year or so later.
When I was young I saw a movie where a car went over a cliff. I remember thinking that the driver's family must have got a lot of money to let that guy drive off a cliff and die just to make a movie.
when actors die in movies i believe that they actually dienad when they appear in other movies i thought is probably the twins or something
i used to believe that when people die on movies it was because they didnt mind dying because thay are ill or something
I used to believe that the movies were real and that people who died in those movies actually died. Which is why I thought actors were very highly paid.
i used to think that everyone who died in a film was a volunteer. This was shattered when a comic - probably the 'Eagle' - printed a feature on how film stunts worked!!
I used to think that the peolple who dies in the movies, in westerns for instance, was people that wanted to commit suicide and the money they earned as actors was paid to the family
when i was a kid i used to believe that people who had horrible lives volunteered to die on film to make movied and that was how the scene was shot, with the person actually dying.
When I was about 8 I was very distressed when I watched Westerns because I believed that real guns were used and that people actually died. My parents reassured me that the guns only fired 'blanks'. However the only 'blanks' I knew were the 'double blanks' used in the game of Dominos. So I was partly reassured but still puzzled because a)I could not work out how they put the Dominos in the guns and b)I thought being hit by a Domino fired from a gun would be pretty painful. It was several years before told my elder brother this and he thought I was really stupid.
I used to believe that everybody who died on screen died in real life. I figured that for these roles they used people who were terminally ill anyway. It never ever occured to me that people could act death.
My mum used to buy me sweets to sit quietly to watch the Saturday afternoon movie. I used to beleive that advertisements were put out offering people lots of money to be shot on film. I thought they were paid up front,spent the money ,then died.How weird was I!!!
When I was younger, I used to believe when you got killed in a movie.. you really were killed. So the movie stars hired stunt poeple to die for them.