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Red Dwarf - Nice One, Craig
When the crew are in the cockpit at the beginning of the episode, suddenly, the whole shot jolts when they unexpectedly 'change course'. This means that the camera jolts, along with each of the cast. The shot then goes to Holly who says 'Strange. We've changed course'. It then goes back to the whole cockpit shot, and if you watch Craig Charles (Lister), he actually jolts back in his seat sharply as he does when the whole scene jolts, only he's too early - about five seconds later, the whole scene jolts again, when he's actually meant to.
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Koffball on 05-29-2002
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Koffball writes:
I've seen that one, it's very good. Obviously, the tight and strict physical requirements for the cast and crew can't have been easy to perform. Plus after reading Robert Llewellyn's discussion about this being one of the 'pick-ups' they had to spend an entire day doing after most of the series was filmed, and the day after the drunken wrap party, it's hardly surprising that Craig Charles lost his concentration and jolted too early. I think the major slip-up here is from the editing team who somehow bypassed or ignored what is actually a very real and obvious mistake.
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Kittykatkat writes:
there is quite a good version of this slipup in the smegups tape where the camera is rocking as the ship is being jolted around and the cast are all moving in completely different directions.
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