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n. In films, someone who performs stunts that are deemed too dangerous or physically difficult for the main actors to attempt.

Stuntman (disambiguation)

A stuntman or stunt performer is someone who performs dangerous stunts.

Stuntman may also refer to:

  • The Stunt Man, a 1980 film starring Peter O'Toole
  • Stuntman (video game), a 2002 video game
    • Stuntman: Ignition, its sequel
  • Stuntman (Edgar Froese album), 1979
  • Stuntman ('t Hof van Commerce album), 2012
  • Stuntman (film), a 1994 Indian film
Stuntman (video game)

Stuntman is an action-adventure racing video game that was developed by Reflections Interactive and published by Atari, Inc. for the PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance. The game focuses around the career of a motion-picture stuntman. It takes the player through various movies in which they perform dangerous stunts as called by the game.

Critical reaction to Stuntman varied. The game was hailed for its innovative gameplay and physics, but was criticized for being linear and requiring too many retries. The game was followed up with a sequel, titled, Stuntman: Ignition, in 2007.

Stuntman (Edgar Froese album)

Stuntman is the fifth solo album released by Tangerine Dream leader Edgar Froese, in 1979, following the release of Tangerine Dream's album Force Majeure. As with most of his solo albums between 1974 and 1983, Froese remixed the album with a new cover.

Stuntman ('t Hof van Commerce album)

Stuntman is the fifth album by 't Hof van Commerce. The album was released in 2012 after a remarkable 7-year pause of the band since their last album Ezoa en niet anders in 2005. The tone of the album is seen as less aggressive and more positive, as the main mc's ( Serge Buyse and Flip Kowlier) have entered their 30's by the release of the album. Some songs (Iderjin is Goed, Kinders In Bedde) are directly putting the stress on the family life that the band members are currently having.

The album was generally well received, scoring 7,5/10 on and 3 out of 4 stars on

Stuntman (film)

Stuntman is a 1994 Indian Bollywood film directed by Deepak Balraj Vij and produced by Poonam Sharma. It stars Jackie Shroff and Zeba Bakhtiar in pivotal roles.

Usage examples of "stuntman".

Show me a vapid stuntman, I’ll show you a Vassar graduate in a torpedo bra.

And ten years ago, through a set of circumstances that involved nearly killing someone with his car, he began to project all of his unspent parental love onto an enigmatic young stuntman orphan.

When I found out you were a stuntman, well, that’s when my plan gelled.

But today his stuntmen will arrive, and he’ll be able to shoot all the scenes without Jordie, and I’m sure it will turn out that he hasn’t lost very much time after all.

The arrival of his stuntmen, and the satisfaction of putting his idle crew to work calmed him slightly, but the smallest equipment failure or human error had him in an instant rage.

Out of the corner of his eye, he could see the real stuntman roaring over the crest of the hill, bellowing, “What happened?

The stuntman would be furious, but all he could think of was that Bruno was probably dead.

I don’t want anything to do with an industry where they take a guy and put him through what I went through today, stuntman or not.

The stuntman had been in surprisingly good spirits, remarkably good considering his two broken legs, and had even succeeded in putting the Legionnaire commander relatively at ease over the incident.

The Bear was going to fat but had taught bodybuilding at one time, worked as a movie stuntman and had choreographed fight scenes.

All last night after the business with the stuntman, she had looked at him in a different way, he felt, than she did before.

The stuntmen were always getting shot off of horses or off of roofs or falling through the railings on upstairs porches and balconies.

There was Angie, her stand-in - a poor man's version of Lara, with a tired look about her, due to the fact that she was married to a stuntman who continually gave her a hard time.

The stuntman began explaining the way the scene should go telling Kyle exactly how to throw a punch without actually striking Joey.

You know, if an actor has a tiny dick, bring in a stuntman with a huge one - that'd be good for their egos, huh?