rear (screen) projection

rear (screen) projection
  a special effects technique to create backgrounds, in which actors are filmed in front of a screen on which a background scene is projected; commonly used in early films to produce the effect of motion in a vehicle. Also see process shot, process photography, or back projection.
  Example: rear projection in Written on the Wind (1956), or the many films with shipboard scenes of two actors standing near a railing behind which are rear-projected waves and sky

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