Pretty much the whole movie puts on a clinic for how to do chase scenes. Take a look at thisopening sequencefrom the movie.
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Pretty much the whole movie puts on a clinic for how to do chase scenes. Take a look at this opening sequence from the movie.
Clock Hang in 'Safety Last'
This classic movie moment has been imitated numerous times since Harold Lloyd first came up with the idea in 1923.
Wall Fall in 'Steamboat Bill Jr.'
This was reportedly done with a real wall, cementing Buster Keaton as a legend in film and daredevil-ness.
Jump Off of Cliff in 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'
This is by far the funniest stunt in this collection, showing that daring stunts don't always have to be so serious.
Tom Cruise Climbs Burj Khalifa in 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol'
Tom Cruise earned every dollar of his $20 million salary in this palm-sweating scene where he climbs the tallest building in the world.
Car Chase in 'Deathproof'
Real-life stuntwoman Zoe Bell played herself in this Tarantino film, and she used every bit of her training in this scene where she holds on for dear life while on the hood of a speeding car.
Skiing/Skydive in 'The Spy Who Loved Me'
James Bond shows off several skills in this sequence, avoiding attacks from the ground and the air.
Truck Chase in 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'
Harrison Ford reportedly performed most of this stunt himself. Click here to watch Dr. Jones chase down a truck on horseback.
Chariot Race in 'Ben-Hur'
Though maybe not so impressive by today's standards, the chariot race in Ben-Hur raised the bar for stunt work from 1959 on.
Bus Jump in 'Speed'
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In this movie, the best stunt didn't come from a person but a machine. The famous bus from the movie made an incredible 50-foot ramp jump.
Top 10 Movie Stunts
Stunt men and women might be the most underrated professionals in Hollywood, and we’re about to show you why. Click through to see some of the most daring action sequences of all time.