History YMMV / TheAdventuresOfCaptainMarvel

13th Nov '17 2:02:17 PM rva98014
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** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework, dummies and cleverly edited acrobatics, it created a highly believable "flying man" effect for the audience at the time.

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** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework, dummies gliding on cables and stuntmen doing cleverly edited acrobatics, it created a highly believable "flying man" effect for the audience at the time.
13th Nov '17 9:30:17 AM rva98014
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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cave entrance that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.

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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cave entrance to seal Captain Marvel in a death trap that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.
13th Nov '17 1:07:09 AM rva98014
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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.

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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front cave entrance that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.
12th Nov '17 9:38:35 PM rva98014
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** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework, dummies and cleverly edited acrobatics, it got a similar 'You will believe a man can fly' effect from the audience at the time.

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** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework, dummies and cleverly edited acrobatics, it got created a similar 'You will believe a man can fly' highly believable "flying man" effect from for the audience at the time.
12th Nov '17 9:34:54 PM rva98014
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* SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: This series was essentially the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' of 1941. The special effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework and dummies, it got the same 'You will believe a man can fly' effect from the audience at the time.
** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front.

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* SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: This series was essentially the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' of 1941. SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome:
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The special flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework wirework, dummies and dummies, cleverly edited acrobatics, it got the same a similar 'You will believe a man can fly' effect from the audience at the time.
** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front.cliff-front that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.
30th Dec '15 10:47:19 AM BobTanaka
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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front.
16th Nov '11 4:21:29 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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