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True Grit - Changing Horse in Mid-Air
At the end of the movie, after Kim Darby has said good-bye to John Wayne, he gets on his horse and makes a flamboyant exit as he jumps a fence. The horse approaching the jump is most definately not the horse finishing the jump. This mid-jump switch was so obvious that my 4 year old niece noticed it! I realize many horses are used in filming, but to change in mid-air?
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Anonymous on 09-26-2005
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