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Dr. No - A Classic Blooper
When Bond wakes up realizing he has a tarantula on himself,you can see a sheet of glass protecting Connery in the closeups with his face.The stunt man did not have such protection.
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FreddieBoy on 11-14-2000
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Tate writes:
The reason that the stunt double didn't have a sheet of glass was because it was a much closer shot. they liked to think that you wouldn't notice the piece of glass in the shot of Sean Connery, but in the other shot it would have been plainly seen, so they couldn't use it.
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PROD writes:
The reason they used glass for the close-ups of Sean Connery was to make it look more real but to also make it so the actor wasn't any danger. Besides how would you like it to have a spider like that crawl along your bare body?
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