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    Opening scenes, the death of the title character (Ben Kingsley) in Delhi, Harsh Nayyar as assassin, then the funeral, Shane Rimmer as the commentator, generally recognized as the largest movie scene ever filmed, with over 300,000 extras, from Richard Attenborough's Gandhi, 1982.

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Gandhi (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Conscience Of All...
Opening scenes, the death of the title character (Ben...
Gandhi (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Conscience Of All Mankind
Opening scenes, the death of the title character (Ben Kingsley) in Delhi, Harsh Nayyar as assassin, then the funeral, Shane Rimmer as the commentator, generally recognized as the largest movie scene ever filmed, with over 300,000 extras, from Richard Attenborough's Gandhi, 1982.>
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First wife Kasturba (Rohini Hattangady) then the title...
Gandhi (1982) -- (Movie Clip) We Will Light A Fire
First wife Kasturba (Rohini Hattangady) then the title character (Ben Kingsley), addressing a crowd during his Indian "non-cooperation" movement, circa 1921, in Richard Attenborough's Gandhi, 1982.>
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Gandhi (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
Edward Fox as British General Dyer, leading director Richard Attenborough's heavily researched recreation of the massacre at Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar, India, April 1919, in Gandhi, 1982.>
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Gandhi (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Day Of Prayer And Fasting
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Gandhi - (Original Trailer)
Original trailer for "Gandhi," 1982
Gandhi - (Original Trailer)
Eight Academy Awards® including Best Picture went to Gandhi (1982), the true story of the man who freed India from colonial rule through non-violent protest.>
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