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How they used to fake horseback riding scenes in the movies

That's Boris Karloff riding off on a mechanical horse. This footage was shown at the end of Mario Bava's 1963 film Black Sabbath, but only in the Italian version. In the English version, they cut the scene out, according to coolasscinema.com: But in the original Italian version, we close out with this ending monologue from Karloff decked out in his Wurdulak costume -- "So there it is.
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