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I used to think that if someone got shot or killed in a movie, that they actually died in real life. I wondered where they got these people and if they volunteered for their parts. Were they suicidal? If they got paid what did they do with their money since they were dead?
When they made war films/westerns which had people being killed, they used people from prison who had been sentenced to death for committing crime. and that they were really being killed
I used to believe that in movies, when somebody died, I thought they hated their life and just really WANTED to die. Boy, was I wrong!
I used to believe that people really died in movies and on tv. I used to wonder why they would want to be on tv bad enough just to turn around and die!
I was very naieve when I was young (still am). I don't remember the year, but I was maybe 7 or so; that would have made it '67. When I saw a movie called, "Your Cheatin' Heart" about Hank William's life, starring George Hamilton I thought Mr. Hamilton was actually Hank Williams and died right there before my eyes. I cried and cried about that.
when i used to see a character die in a movie, i used to believe that the actor would get payed and spend all his money b4 he actually goes and dies in the movie...after seeing the same actor diing over and over again i asked my mum how many times a person can live and die.....
When I was young, I thought that when a person in a movie died, they really died. I remember thinking that they must have paid them A LOT of money to kill themselves for a movie.
When I used to watch movies, and someone got shot, I thought they really died. I was under the impression that the director/producer paid the actor/actress, money up front to enjoy life, but then when the movie was shot, the individual, after have enjoyed life to the max. for a while, would die
When I was a kid, I used to believe when a actor/actoress die in a movie, they will really die and won't act in the next movie
I used to believe that when somebody died in a film, that person actually died in real life.
When I was very young, I had a very odd belief about action scenes in movies and TV shows. I don't know where I got the idea, but I thought when every you saw about to die and they were not the star - stunt men tossed off a roof, that sort of thing - that the person had really died. I thought they were prisners on death row whose death was part of a movie as some sort of bizzare special treat.
I used to believe if someone was killed in a movie then that meant they were killed in real life too. I thought actors accepted roles voluntarily and knew that they would be killed and wanted to die for whatever reason. It wasn't until my mom and I were watching a movie together and I asked why a particular character wanted to die that she figured out what I had thought was going on and corrected me.
i used to belive when people died in movies it happend for in real.
When i was younger than 11, i belived that people risked and sold their lives for movies. So i say to my daddy, how come people die for movies, like that guy got shot with an arrow and died, why whoud he do such a dumb thing. Dad, i thought that guy was dead (as i saw the same actor in another movie) he said, yea in the movie. I was puzzled, so im thinking harder, people die then come alive and die again? lolz... i found out by watching how they made the movie...
i used to believe that when people die on movies it was because they didnt mind dying because thay are ill or something
When I was around 8 or 9, I used to believe that when people died in tv shows and movies via guns or jumping off a cliff, they really died. My explanation for this was that prisoners on death row volunteered for the job and were substituted in at the last second, since they were going to die anyway.
I used to beleive if they killed someone on a TV show that the person died in real life.
I used to think that when they killed someone in the movies they would get a stunt double that looked identical to the actor, and then kill him (for real).
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
Actors in western films really died when they were shot. That's why the cast often consisted of older men who didn't have much remaining lifetime anyway.