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Mechanical Effects

Rotating Set

Royal Wedding (1951)
Fred Astaire
The “You’re All the World to Me” dance was accomplished by putting a whole room, attached camera and harnessed cameraman inside a 20 ft. diameter rotating “squirrel cage.”

2001: A Space Odyssey


Joseph Gordon Levitt
Mechanical Effects: Chris Corbould