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Cut to the Chase: Editing Chase Sequences

April 28, 2015, 08:27 AM

The “chase sequence” dates all the way back to the dawn of cinema, in particular 1903 when Edwin S. Porter directed The Great Train Robbery, which depicted a chase in the most basic sense: there were characters running, often towards the camera, away from a pursuing party.

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