Rewind ArchiveEver the pioneer, with this film Coppola was one of the first directors to use a live, from-the-camera video feed, instant playback and, ultimately, using that video to enable rough cuts made of each scene shot by the next morning making this movie less of a film than a grand experiment and continuous, collaborative work-in-progress.
Rewind ArchiveIn order to make the signs for the minature Los Vegas scenes work, neon artists Larry Albright and Bill Concannon needed to develop a process for making neon signs where the tubing was 2mm in diameter. (By comparison, most neon signage is between 8mm and 25mm, where most of the tubing on the Las Vegas strip is 18mm.) Custom glassblowing burners, electrodes and other hardware needed to be fabricated from scratch. Amazingly enough, many of the pieces produced still work today.
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Rewind ArchiveThis movie was set entirely in Las Vegas, but was completely filmed on a sound stage.
There are often scenes cut from the final version of a movie. Sometimes these will have been seen by preview audiences, or be included in Blu-ray or DVD extras etc.
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Rewind ArchiveThe DVD version of this movie is the one that was originally seen in theaters. The VHS version had some scenes added.