Famous and crazy kinotryuki
Nothing ventured, nothing gained. And it does not pay for treatment of serious injuries and an early funeral. However, in the world a lot of professions related to the direct risk of life. And especially it concerns the world of cinema. After all, in that just were not willing to filmmakers, to give the viewer an exciting spectacle.
1. "Finally safe!"
Picture of "Safety Last!" Was filmed in 1923. In the film he played a notable comedian Harold Lloyd of the era, which is also famous for dangerous stunts on the screen. Love of tricks are not rescued from the actor, even an incident in 1919, when on the set of his severed finger 2 explosion. So, here in one of the scenes of "Safety Last!" Lloyd had to climb the steep wall without insurance, as well as hang on clockwise.
2 "Steam Navigation Bill"
The film "Steamboat Bill, Jr." was filmed in 1928. It was a major Hollywood stuntman that time Buster Keaton, who has performed countless dangerous stunts. The legacy of his work can now be found in almost every movie where there are action scenes. So, here in one of the scenes of "Steamship Bill" Buster on a brick wall I had to fall so that he was standing in the window opening of the second floor. This trick was performed live, and at the time of shooting a large part of the site management, which made the film, decided to just leave. By the way, the creativity inspired by Buster Keaton and Jackie Chan.
The movie "Stagecoach" in 1939 is considered the first true blockbuster. It was Western Mighty, who later had a tremendous influence on the formation of all of Hollywood. There's a scene attacking Indians. It is full of spectacular stunts, even by today's standards. All the stunts were done by professional stuntmen. They even fell under the hooves of the horses.
The film "Ben-Hur" in 1959 production today obsolete in everything except the tricks that are really great in the movie. And it is very dangerous. One of the most difficult scenes was the chariot races. Curiously, the best trick to get random. Horses rushed to the place where the wreckage lay on the road. Horses jumped them, but the chariot in them, almost capsized.
5. "The Man with the Golden Gun"
The Bond films have always had a lot of spectacular stunts. However, special mention deserves the picture "The Man with the Golden Gun", filmed in 1974. Thus, in the film there is a jump in the car with a 360-degree flip. He performed his stunt Bumps Willard. It is interesting that the very trick was invented before the writing of the script for the film. He even patented pre producers.
6. "The Spy Who Loved Me"
Ornament another film about the 007 "The Spy Who Loved Me", filmed in 1977, was the incredible ski chase. At the end of the chase figure jumping ski enormous break. Moments later flight viewer saw behind the character is revealed huge parachute. He filmed the chase in the mountains of Canada. This trick is performed stuntman Rick Sylvester. At the time of this film, jump Rica became the most expensive stunt in a movie.
7. "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
Needless to say, how much influence on the entertainment cinema had a film about Indiana Jones? Here the film "Raiders of the Lost Ark" in 1981 entered the history of cinema thanks to tricks. One of the most difficult was the trick, in which the hero is in the front radiator of the truck and can not climb on it, and then found himself under a truck and hung out on the ground, clutching the whip for the car. This trick is performed stuntman Terry Leonard. Young at the time Harrison Ford was trying to do everything yourself and still convinced the director that has to personally take part in the filming of a few close-ups of the moment.