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Originally posted by fls13
The first scene appears to be shot on a studio soundstage. That would pretty well rule out a ufo. What's there looks like cgi to me.
Rio Bravo was filmed in Old Tucson, the same Arizona movie set where Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957) was filmed. Cinematographer Russell Harlan modeled the look of the film on the frontier paintings of Charles M. Russell. Filming outdoors was often a chore due to the 120-degree heat and an invasion of grasshoppers that fried on the hot lights and littered the sets.
Originally posted by Mario Maisto
reply to post by fls13
if the first video was modified, why the creator of this modify has put some spheres and not a well known flying saucer?