The Ohio State University Marching Band, known for their spectacular performances both audio and visual, stunned fans Saturday with a tribute to cinema.

In a nearly nine-minute performance, the band moved seamlessly to create movie scenes, all the while playing either the movie's theme or a song from the film. The movies honored were, in order: Man Of Steel, Lord Of The Rings, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park and Pirates Of The Caribbean.


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On October 19, the band performed a tribute to the late Michael Jackson, which included a moonwalking visual of the singer to the sound of "Billie Jean." The marching band had only one week after this performance to learn the music for and choreograph the Hollywood tribute.

In the October 26 game, the Hollywood Tribute show was performed at, the OSU Buckeyes defeated the Penn State Nittany Lions 63-14.

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