Raiders of the lost Ark (1951) und Forrest Gump (1949)

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Vor einer Weile bloggte ich auf Nerdcore über ein Ghostbusters-Trailer-Mashup aus 50er-Filmen inkl. Jerry Lewis, Bob Hope und Dean Martin, der Macher des Trailers hat jetzt nachgelegt und Raiders of the lost Ark und Forrest Gump aus alten Filmen zusammengeschnibbelt.


(Youtube Direktindianajones, via MeFi)

This “pre-make” is a mash-up of old trailers and clips found all over Youtube. It is not endorsed or connected to Paramount Pictures or Lucasfilm. It was made as a purely technical exercise and for laughs.

Here is the recipe:
The 10 Commandments, Prince Valiant, Naked Jungle, Secret of the Incas, Jungle Queen, Zulu, Look to Lockheed for Leadership, Casablanca, The City of Brass, Mr. Moto takes a Vacation, Star in My Crown, A Pain in the Pullman, On Dangerous Ground, Patton, King Solomons Mines, Journey to the Center of the Earth, The Greatest Show on Earth, David and Bathsheba, The Screaming Skull, When You Know, Mysterious Mr. Moto, Lawrence of Arabia, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, and Superman at Bay.

Und hier Forrest Gump:


(Youtube Direktforrest)

Forrest Gump was directed by Frank Capra instead of Robert Zemeckis?

In an alternate reality version of the year 1949 (not 1994), it actually did happen. Starring Jimmy Stewart, in the lovable title role, Forrest Gump is the story of how a simple man from Greenbow, Alabama changes the course of history and the world around him.

This is a fan trailer made from bits and pieces found all over YouTube. Here’s the recipe:

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Harvey, To Kill A Mockingbird, Forrest Gump, Horse Feathers, Its A Wonderful Life, Mountain Road, The Shopworn Angel, The Stratton Story, You Can’t Take It With You, Thunder Bay, Top Ten Elusive Runners, Table Tennis Action Classics 1930s-1950s, I Feel Like a Feather in the Breeze, Woodrow Wilson at the Labor Convention, Fancy Curves, The Men, Captains Courageous, The Making of Forrest Gump

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  2. GunGrave

    … hey hey hey… wirklich schön gemacht!

  3. Christian

    godlike

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