The Golden Age of Hollywood

I came across these bloopers related to classic films on YouTube and thought I'd share. There are two so if you are seeing this from the main page be sure to click "Continue Reading".




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Comment by film_eccentrik on March 15, 2008 at 4:51am
LOL I love the Bette Davis Bloopers at the beginning. Especially the wig one. Shows she had a sense of humour behind all those dramatics. hah...."You been getting any lately?" "Overtime you mean?"...Love it
Comment by Ktrek on March 11, 2008 at 7:02pm
True it does show the humanity and also gives you a glimpse into how hard these actors work. It comes across on screen as smooth and easy but we don't see the 15 mistakes they made before there was a take worth saving.

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