Random model in City Lights (1931) by the nice Charlie Chaplin


Random model in City Lights (1931) by the nice Charlie Chaplin 22

Random model in City Lights (1931) by the nice Charlie Chaplin

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  1. This is pretty funny because there’s only one, so how much money did they really save? Could have been a joke.

  2. Very common. Nolan used Mannequins for the crowds in The Prestige too.

    They’re usually set a good distance behind the live extras though, so this is a small slip-up.

  3. I think it was a gag. If they were really trying to pass it off as a real person, they would have sat it in the back row. Not right in the middle and in one of the best lit spots.

    I understand that it is common practice to use dummies as extras in films.

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