How Filmmakers Created Fake Newsreels in the 1920s

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A horrifying magnitude 7.9 earthquake hit Japan on September 1, 1923, killing over 140,000 people. And while news of the devastation reached newspapers around the world by the next day, there was no way to get film footage from Japan to the United States that quickly. But that didn’t stop filmmakers from making fake…

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Source: https://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/how-filmmakers-created-fake-newsreels-in-the-1920s-1832866878
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