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 Bill Steele<> wrote:

> On 11/9/17 12:14 AM, Obveeus wrote:
> > 
> > Director Ridley Scott is bringing in Christopher Plumber to reshoot all 
> > of Kevin Spacey's scenes in the film - thus replacing him completely:
> > 
> >
> > ll-money-world-following-assault-allegations/846901001/ 
> > 
> The technology is fascinating.  They're talking about compositing 
> Plummer into scenes, or putting his head on Spacey's body.
> I remember when Robert Walker died during "My Son John" they finished 
> tthe movie with outtakes from Strangers on a Train. There was a scene 
> where he was in a phone booth and I could see that he'd been pasted in 
> there.
> Further back, there nwas something like that with Jean Harlow: We got a 
> a lot of longshots of the back of a blonde woman. And something where 
> David Niven lost his voice and they brought in Richn Little to dub  his 
> lines. Didn't really sound like him, IIRC.

Never does.  And Little 'honored' Niven by announcing he'd been dubbing 
him the day Niven died.  Miserable rat bastard.

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