World's Most Death Defying Stunts Trailer

World's Most Death Defying Stunts Trailer (1999)

01 January 1999

Nail-biting stunts abound in this documentary, which includes video of some true daredevils. This episode includes the only footage of a B.A.S.E. (Building, Antennae, Span, Earth) leap from New York City's World Trade Center. Also featured are men riding giant logs down a mountain, a woman with no safety line on an airplane wing and the tragic result when a group of friends jumps from a Florida bridge and their cable snaps.

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