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Peter Pan (Mary Martin) - Cables
In several scenes of the Mary Martin version of Peter Pan (in particular the scene where Wendy, Michael, and John learn to fly) you can see their cables.
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Jabba the Hutt on 11-30-2000
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Gizzy writes:
Dude, this is a stage production! Of course you can see the cables! This is not a slip up, there just wasn't any way to show them fly with out cables! They were, after all, on stage in front of an audience.
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Kaya writes:
Actually this was filmed on stage so they weren't paying much attention to the visual affects I don't think. It was also 1982, not much advanced technology in that department. You can't really expect that much from a staged musical!
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tripps writes:
Actually, it was before the 70's and 60's as well. Here are two citings for the actual dates - "she had starred in a musical version on Broadway in 1954, and this production was subsequently performed on television in 1955, 1956 and 1960" -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Martin "When the play aired on TV, live the first two times, and later on tape, Mary became an American icon." -http://wi.essortment.com/marymartinpete_reaa.htm
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Samantha writes:
Actually, this was filmed in the 70s, because my mom watched it as a child, but you're right about it being a stage production, so I don't think much attention would've been paid to something like that
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