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    • amyrobinsonv

      That’s actually never even been backed by any scientific studies. And may just be more conjecture that turned into myth with repetition over the years. If there was any decent link a lawsuit would’ve been filed, as was done in other cases of towns by test sites. And for as many cancer deaths of crew on that film it’s actually not uncommon for films of the era to have scores of cancer deaths. (This has lead to many a film being dubbed “cursed” from pure coincidence of high death numbers.) With the huge booze (thought to play a role in some throat/stomach/GI tract cancers) & smoke habits considered normal of the time, and there’s hundreds to thousands of people who work on each film. It’s an inevitable reality lots end up dying from cancers. Plus, Wayne’s prior cancer (1964) bout was specifically linked to smoking, (they can see the smoking damage, tar in the lungs), and he himself had said his next, and fatal bout was smoking-caused as well. (Sorry to be so exhaustive, I’m actually a film historian, so I love talking about stuff like this.)

    • amyrobinsonv

      Or the “Moon and the razor” scene by Luis Bunuel.

    • amyrobinsonv

      I see your post, and raise you the Brazil plastic surgery scene.

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