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Saw: Legacy may have disturbed Jigsaw's final resting place

Back in 1984, the decision was made to try to bring the FRIDAY THE 13TH franchise to an end with its fourth installment, which was titled FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE FINAL CHAPTER. Jason Voorhees, the killer at the center of the series, was seemingly killed off for good in the climax of the film, but in the movie business money is more powerful than a machete to the head, so when THE FINAL CHAPTER was successful at the box.
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