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CGI Friday: a brief history of computer-generated actors

CGI Friday: a brief history of computer-generated actors

The Guardian - John Patterson

It used to be the case that if a lead actor died mid-movie, film-makers had a limited range of options available to them. When Tyrone Power died of a heart attack on the set of Solomon and Sheba in late 1958, having shot 75% of his scenes, he was replaced, in all but a few long shots, by Yul …

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