Behind the Scenes: The Making of OK Go’s Rescue Dogs Video

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When White Knuckles came out last month, it was an instant hit with dog lovers, who were amazed to learn that it was not edited – it was a true “one run” clip, with no mistakes edited out. It’s interesting to get a behind the scenes look at how it was pulled off. Note that the final cut was attempt 72 out of 128 takes!

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12 thoughts on “Behind the Scenes: The Making of OK Go’s Rescue Dogs Video”

  1. It is nice to see some humans with enough patience to keep filming until it was right. Also you know it cost a lot and then to say the net proceeds will go to ASPCA is great. Makes you want to go out and buy their new CD.

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  2. Really incredible they were able to make this beautiful video. Lots of brain and heart here! Bravos to all humans and magnificent rescue dogs (and goat! ) who all made this.

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