Directed by: George A. Romero
Starring: Duane Jones, Judith O'Dea, Judith Ridley, Karl Hardman, Keith Wayne, Marilyn Eastman
Genres: Horror, Sci-fi, Thriller
Question: Is it true that missing footage from the movie has been found?
Chosen answer: Yes, director George Romero announced in 2015 that he had rediscovered some 16mm working footage that never made it into the movie, including a full 9-minute sequence (a jump-cut of the basement scene) featuring the largest zombie attack in the film. Although Romero died earlier this year, film legend Martin Scorsese was said to be overseeing the film's restoration including the found footage. Http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3366197/george-a-romero-finds-9-minutes-of-lost-night-of-the-living-dead-footage/.
Question: Are 'Dawn of the Dead' and 'Day of the Dead' the morning and day after 'Night of the Living Dead'?
Chosen answer: No. Each is a progression of several weeks or years.
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Newscaster: Reports, incredible as they may seem, are not the results of mass hysteria.Harry Cooper: "Mass hysteria?" What do they think, we're imagining all this?Ben: Shut up.
A scene is shown where the zombies smash the headlights of the truck that Ben arrived in. Later in the movie, when they attempt to refuel the truck, both headlights are fully intact and lit.
The scene where Barbara crashes the car into the tree wasn't scripted originally; an accident that put a large dent in the car before the scene was shot prompted George Romero to re-write the scene in such a way that the dent is justified.