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CLEVELAND - A 'gag reel' from the filming of "The Avengers" movie has been posted online, and it includes at least one scene filmed in Cleveland.
The clip was posted on YouTube Monday and has only been viewed a few hundred times as of Tuesday morning.
The reel shows outtakes that happened during the making of the film, and shows a blooper captured in front of the Medical Mutual building in downtown Cleveland.
Cleveland played a major role in the filming of the Hollywood blockbuster, with East 9th Street being closed for nearly a month while crews shot a battle scene.
The Marvel action film, which opened in April, broke records and became one of the biggest films of all time.
Watch the clip here (the person who posted it won't allow embedding: http://on.wews.com/MJbR12 )
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