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22nd May '17 11:42:48 PM shawnvw
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*** Tenoche's sex scenes with his girlfriend (about 2 minutes) and Luisa (about 4 minutes).



*** [[BigBad Raoul Silva's]] introduction, where he steps out from an elevator at the end of a long hallway and slowly walks towards Bond, all while giving a long (yet intriguing) monologue.

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*** [[BigBad Raoul Silva's]] introduction, where he steps out from an elevator at the end of a long hallway and slowly walks towards Bond, all while giving a long (yet intriguing) monologue. The director had the hallway constructed to accommodate the length of the speech.
22nd May '17 2:03:59 PM Andyroid
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* The ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'' short "The Cave" is entirely a shot of the exterior of the bears' house while they freak out about a bat getting into their home and trying to get rid of it. The only sign we see of the bears is Ice Bear rushing outside to get the hose when [[spoiler: Grizzly starts a fire in the kitchen.]]
21st May '17 6:41:03 PM JoeMerl
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* {{Lampshaded}} in the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Butterballs"--the kids make [[http://southpark.cc.com/clips/412200/make-bullying-kill-itself an anti-bullying music video]] that goes all around the school; around 2:45 Butters messes it up, and Stan complains that since it's one long shot they have to start all over.
12th May '17 12:47:40 AM jormis29
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** His sequence in ''Paris, je t'aime'', called "Parc Monceau." The whole short film was one continuous shot.

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** His sequence in ''Paris, je t'aime'', ''Film/ParisJeTAime'', called "Parc Monceau." The whole short film was one continuous shot.
8th May '17 6:45:01 PM Dingbot
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* Music/JanetJackson's "When I think of You"

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* Music/JanetJackson's "When I think Think of You"You" is actually two oners merged by an edit at around 3:19 (when the photographer's flash goes off.)[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaleKN9GQ54]]
30th Apr '17 9:01:36 PM Nylsa
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* In the episode Quentin Tarantino directed of ''Series/{{CSI}}'', the he includes such a shot, the camera first filming the [=CSIs=] talking around a table, before following Sarah across the ''entire'' lab as she goes to fetch a suspect's file in another room.

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* In the episode Quentin Tarantino directed of for ''Series/{{CSI}}'', the he includes such a shot, the shot. The camera first filming films the [=CSIs=] talking around a table, before following Sarah across the ''entire'' lab as she goes to fetch a suspect's file in another room.



* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' season one episode "My Student" began with a two-and-a-half minute ColdOpening. DVD special features show that the primary technical difficulty was actor DonaldFaison's inability to sink a three-pointer on cue.

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* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' season one episode "My Student" began with a two-and-a-half minute ColdOpening. DVD special features show that the primary technical difficulty was actor DonaldFaison's Donald Faison's inability to sink a three-pointer on cue.



* British police series ''Series/TheBill'' used it a lot in the very early days of its existence, when the remit was to create a kind of documentary effect. A good example is the 1995 episode "Good Intentions" which has 4 takes over the 22 minute episode. The first lasts approximately 6 minutes and follows characters outdoors and indoors and up and down stairwells. The second and third last approximately 3 minutes each. The fourth, which includes several parts of the police station set, lasts 12 minutes. Towards the end of the series the show tended to rely more on using WhipPans and other camera tricks to break up scenes.

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* British police series ''Series/TheBill'' used it a lot in the very early days of its existence, when the remit was to create a kind of documentary effect. A good example is the 1995 episode "Good Intentions" which has 4 takes over the 22 minute episode. The first lasts approximately 6 minutes and follows characters outdoors and indoors and up and down stairwells. The second and third last approximately 3 minutes each. The fourth, which includes several parts of the police station set, lasts 12 minutes. Towards the end of the series the show tended to rely more on using WhipPans {{WhipPan}}s and other camera tricks to break up scenes.



* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "Fallen," one of the first scenes follows Jonas from Level 18, into the elevator, down to Level 28, and into the briefing room, all in one continuous shot. One of the direct-to-video movies, ''Film/StargateContinuum'', opens with one of these directly, starting in the Gateroom as one team arrives from offworld, then travels through the base, and back to the Gateroom again as SG-1 prepare to leave.* Rick Mercer's rants, beginning DeliberatelyMonochrome on ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes'' and continuing (in full color) on the ''Series/RickMercerReport''. Comedienne Elvira Kurtz, on her short lived series ''Popcultured!'', did a bit showing all the work that goes into
these Oners, including holding up a mirror to show the cameraman walking backwards and keeping pace with her with a full rig on his shoulder.

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* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "Fallen," one of the first scenes follows Jonas from Level 18, into the elevator, down to Level 28, and into the briefing room, all in one continuous shot. One of the direct-to-video movies, ''Film/StargateContinuum'', opens with one of these directly, starting in the Gateroom as one team arrives from offworld, then travels through the base, and back to the Gateroom again as SG-1 prepare to leave.leave.
* Rick Mercer's rants, beginning DeliberatelyMonochrome on ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes'' and continuing (in full color) on the ''Series/RickMercerReport''. ''Series/TheRickMercerReport''. Comedienne Elvira Kurtz, on her short lived series ''Popcultured!'', did a bit showing all the work that goes into
into these Oners, including holding up a mirror to show the cameraman walking backwards and keeping pace with her with a full rig on his shoulder.
13th Apr '17 6:03:26 PM eroock
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* The opening scene in the original [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Halloween1978 Halloween]]

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* The opening scene in the original [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Halloween1978 Halloween]] ''[[Film/Halloween1978 Halloween]]''.
7th Apr '17 7:44:34 PM WaveSwallow
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*** This is one case where the band couldn't film the video in one shot. [[https://youtu.be/2dFdNUz2cQc?t=220 There are no robot-mounted cameras capable of filming the 4.2 second sequence]], so the band had to film in segments and edit them together.
18th Mar '17 6:12:03 PM FF32
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* There a few in ''Film/BlowOut'', such as the SlasherMovie sequence and the scene in Jack's studio where [[spoiler:he realizes his tapes have been erased]].
14th Mar '17 6:51:43 PM julietvalcouer
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* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "Fallen," one of the first scenes follows Jonas from Level 18, into the elevator, down to Level 28, and into the briefing room, all in one continuous shot. One of the direct-to-video movies, ''Film/StargateContinuum'', opens with one of these directly, starting in the Gateroom as one team arrives from offworld, then travels through the base, and back to the Gateroom again as SG-1 prepare to leave.
* Rick Mercer's rants, beginning DeliberatelyMonochrome on ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes'' and continuing (in full color) on the ''Series/RickMercerReport''. Comedienne Elvira Kurtz, on her short lived series ''Popcultured!'', did a bit showing all the work that goes into these Oners, including holding up a mirror to show the cameraman walking backwards and keeping pace with her with a full rig on his shoulder.

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* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "Fallen," one of the first scenes follows Jonas from Level 18, into the elevator, down to Level 28, and into the briefing room, all in one continuous shot. One of the direct-to-video movies, ''Film/StargateContinuum'', opens with one of these directly, starting in the Gateroom as one team arrives from offworld, then travels through the base, and back to the Gateroom again as SG-1 prepare to leave.
leave.* Rick Mercer's rants, beginning DeliberatelyMonochrome on ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes'' and continuing (in full color) on the ''Series/RickMercerReport''. Comedienne Elvira Kurtz, on her short lived series ''Popcultured!'', did a bit showing all the work that goes into into
these Oners, including holding up a mirror to show the cameraman walking backwards and keeping pace with her with a full rig on his shoulder.


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* In ''Series/Babylon5'' they ''almost'' managed one but were foiled by a SpecialEffectsFailure. In the episode [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Recap/BabylonFiveS03E10SeveredDreams Severed Dreams]] Delenn's speech to the Grey Council is meant to be one continuous take, with the camera following her behind the councilors in a circle. And it almost worked...except when Mira Furlan attempted to break the staff in half ("then the Council should be broken!") the prop staff didn't break on the first take.
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