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* Electrasy's "[[https://vimeo.com/206052291 Morning Afterglow]]" is also a reversed Oner. There is also a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6qzxPQORcg making-of video]] showing how it was done.


* Impressively, the Thai martial arts action movie ''Tom Yum Goong'' (known in the US as ''The Protector'' and the UK as ''Warrior King'', starring Tony Jaa) features a four-minute one-shot elaborate fight sequence that reportedly took eight days to get right in which [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qE7WijeShQM Tony Jaa fights his way up a building.]] Up multiple sets of stairs and through rooms, with occasional pans out and back again to show extras landing after being thrown over the railings. The only CGI in the whole sequence is a window breaking, and only because the real prop didn't work right and cheating it in with CGI was cheaper than rebuilding the entire set for another take.

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* Impressively, the Thai martial arts action movie ''Tom Yum Goong'' (known in the US as ''The Protector'' and the UK as ''Warrior King'', starring Tony Jaa) features a four-minute four-minute[[note]]the time was chosen specifically because that was how much usable footage could be shot with a single canister of 35mm film[[/note]] one-shot elaborate fight sequence that reportedly took eight days to get right in which [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qE7WijeShQM Tony Jaa fights his way up a building.]] Up multiple sets of stairs and through rooms, with occasional pans out and back again to show extras landing after being thrown over the railings. The only CGI in the whole sequence is a window breaking, and only because the real prop didn't work right and cheating it in with CGI was cheaper than rebuilding the entire set for another take.


** ''Film/MissionImpossibleFallout'' has the HALO jump section, where we follow Ethan every step of the way, from the initial jump, to him saving Walker, finally cutting when the chutes are deployed.

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** ''Film/MissionImpossibleFallout'' has the HALO jump section, which stitched together three takes[[note]]out of over 100[[/note]] into a seemingly continuous sequence, where we follow Ethan every step of the way, from the initial jump, to him saving Walker, finally cutting when the chutes are deployed.

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** The underwater setpiece in ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'' is filmed featuring several individual Oners intersected with cuts to Benji and Ilsa.


* ''Film/{{JCVD}}'' features a couple, opening with an extended parody of star Creator/JeanClaudeVanDamme's previous movies, with Van Damne roaming around an urban battlescape deploying every kind of weapon up to and including the kitchen sink. Later he floats up to ceiling (at least in his own mind) and engages in a heartfelt and [[HeReallyCanAct extended soliloquy]].

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* ''Film/{{JCVD}}'' features a couple, opening with an extended parody of star Creator/JeanClaudeVanDamme's previous movies, with Van Damne roaming around an urban battlescape deploying every kind of weapon up to and including the kitchen sink. Later he floats up to ceiling (at least in his own mind) and engages in a heartfelt and [[HeReallyCanAct [[SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct extended soliloquy]].


** The scene in ''Film/MissionImpossible3'' where Ethan Hunt runs through Shanghai is done in one long 20-second take, with the camera following his path while warning the citizens to move out of the way.

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** The scene in ''Film/MissionImpossible3'' ''Film/MissionImpossibleIII'' where Ethan Hunt runs through Shanghai is done in one long 20-second take, with the camera following his path while warning the citizens to move out of the way.

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* ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries Mission: Impossible]]'':
** The scene in ''Film/MissionImpossible3'' where Ethan Hunt runs through Shanghai is done in one long 20-second take, with the camera following his path while warning the citizens to move out of the way.
** ''Film/MissionImpossibleFallout'' has the HALO jump section, where we follow Ethan every step of the way, from the initial jump, to him saving Walker, finally cutting when the chutes are deployed.


* PlayedForLaughs in the opening scene of ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'''s second season which zooms through the sky, a plane, and a cityscape, before finally focusing on the face Suzu's pet dog Boa.
-->'''Tsuda:''' We're starting with a dog!?

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* ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'':
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PlayedForLaughs in the opening scene of ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'''s the second season which zooms through the sky, a plane, and a cityscape, before finally focusing on the face Suzu's pet dog Boa.
-->'''Tsuda:''' --->'''Tsuda:''' We're starting with a dog!?dog!?
** The movie did this again, with the camera following a drone that Hata had stolen from the Robot Research Club as it flies past most of the cast in the hallways, [[CallBack once again stopping with Suzu's dog]].

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** The episode "Gary Blauman" contains a 2 and a half minute guest star studded panning one shot.


* Accordingly, Music/WeirdAlYankovic's parody "Tacky" is likewise a single take. It starts off with Al at the top of UsefulNotes/LosAngeles's Palace Theater in a hideous outfit, then the camera follows different celebrities (Series /WhoseLineIsItAnyway Aisha Tyler]], Creator/MargaretCho, [[Series/ModernFamily Eric Stonestreet]], Creator/KristenSchaal, Creator/JackBlack) as it makes its way down the building, and ends with Al on the ground floor in a different hideous outfit. The really impressive part is they did six takes of it, and every time Weird Al ran down five flights of stairs (while changing clothes!) to make it to the ground floor.

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* Accordingly, Music/WeirdAlYankovic's parody "Tacky" is likewise a single take. It starts off with Al at the top of UsefulNotes/LosAngeles's Palace Theater in a hideous outfit, then the camera follows different celebrities (Series /WhoseLineIsItAnyway ([[Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway Aisha Tyler]], Creator/MargaretCho, [[Series/ModernFamily Eric Stonestreet]], Creator/KristenSchaal, Creator/JackBlack) as it makes its way down the building, and ends with Al on the ground floor in a different hideous outfit. The really impressive part is they did six takes of it, and every time Weird Al ran down five flights of stairs (while changing clothes!) to make it to the ground floor.


* Accordingly, Music/WeirdAlYankovic's parody "Tacky" is likewise a single take. It starts off with Al at the top of UsefulNotes/LosAngeles's Palace Theater in a hideous outfit, then the camera follows different celebrities (Creator/AishaTyler, Creator/MargaretCho, [[Series/ModernFamily Eric Stonestreet]], Creator/KristenSchaal, Creator/JackBlack) as it makes its way down the building, and ends with Al on the ground floor in a different hideous outfit.

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* Accordingly, Music/WeirdAlYankovic's parody "Tacky" is likewise a single take. It starts off with Al at the top of UsefulNotes/LosAngeles's Palace Theater in a hideous outfit, then the camera follows different celebrities (Creator/AishaTyler, (Series /WhoseLineIsItAnyway Aisha Tyler]], Creator/MargaretCho, [[Series/ModernFamily Eric Stonestreet]], Creator/KristenSchaal, Creator/JackBlack) as it makes its way down the building, and ends with Al on the ground floor in a different hideous outfit.outfit. The really impressive part is they did six takes of it, and every time Weird Al ran down five flights of stairs (while changing clothes!) to make it to the ground floor.

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* The camera in ''Film/TwoThirtySeven'' often follows a character through the school for extended periods of time, sometimes switching which character it follows mid-shot.

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* ''Series/TheDefenders2017'': There's a pretty impressive lengthy shot at the start of the team-up HallwayFight, which starts with Matt and Jessica arriving, and goes all the way through Matt sensing Elektra approaching.


* In the first ''Film/{{Superman}}'' film, Superman flies off Lois' balcony and seconds later within the same shot Clark appears at her door. The part of the shot where Lois watches Superman fly away is actually Margot Kidder looking at a rear projection. It's also not a single take, but two shots very cleverly edited together.

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* In the first ''Film/{{Superman}}'' film, Superman flies off Lois' balcony and seconds later within the same shot Clark appears at her door. The part of the shot where Lois watches Superman fly away is actually Margot Kidder Creator/MargotKidder looking at a rear projection. It's also not a single take, but two shots very cleverly edited together.

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* ''VideoGame/AWayOut'' showcases this beautifully during the [[spoiler: escape from the hospital]] as the gameplay and camera seamlessly shifts between both protagonists while keeping the players on their toes.

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