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'Hit By a Bus' Supercut: Jaywalking Is Constantly Deadly


Supercut whiz Harry Hanrahan returns with a crash course on the oft-taught film lesson of looking both ways, lest you obliviously get struck by a vehicle that will probably be a high-speed bus, with the aptly-titled Hit By a Bus. Somehow it's over twelve minutes long. That is how often people in movies are getting hit by buses.

Consider this all-inclusive until April's Scary Movie 5 puts an end to that.

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