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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
Zhora is portrayed by [[Joanna Cassidy]], who was cast partially because she had a pet Burmese python named Darling, which was used as Zhora's snake in the film. She was also cast largely because of her physicality.<ref>''[[Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner]]''</ref> For Zhora's death scene, stunt performer [[Lee Pulford]] stood in for Cassidy. Cassidy's head was digitally placed over Pulford's for the release of ''Blade Runner: The Final Cut''.
 
Zhora is portrayed by [[Joanna Cassidy]], who was cast partially because she had a pet Burmese python named Darling, which was used as Zhora's snake in the film. She was also cast largely because of her physicality.<ref>''[[Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner]]''</ref> For Zhora's death scene, stunt performer [[Lee Pulford]] stood in for Cassidy. Cassidy's head was digitally placed over Pulford's for the release of ''Blade Runner: The Final Cut''.
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In the shooting script, Zhora is not killed by Deckard's gunshots. Instead, she reaches the street and is hit by a bus.{{ref|fn}}
 
   
 
Zhora's dance was originally to be filmed, but ultimately did not make it past choreography and a makeup test.
 
Zhora's dance was originally to be filmed, but ultimately did not make it past choreography and a makeup test.

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