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Where can I find a collection of colorful shots of Robert De Niro from various movies and projects?

Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese have worked together on nine films, with "Raging Bull" being the fourth.

"Raging Bull" was originally planned to be shot in color, but the film's cinematographer, Michael Chapman, suggested using black and white to accurately portray the 1940s and 1950s setting.

The boxing gloves used in "Raging Bull" would have been maroon in color due to the fact that leather dye wasn't advanced enough for true black at the time.

Robert De Niro trained with former middleweight boxing champion Jake LaMotta and underwent intense physical training to accurately portray the role.

De Niro gained 60 pounds to play an older version of LaMotta in "Raging Bull."

The iconic mirror scene in "Raging Bull" was famously improvised by De Niro on set, with Scorsese capturing it in one take.

"Raging Bull" was initially a box office failure, grossing only $23 million against a $18 million budget, but it later gained critical acclaim and is considered a classic.

The film's black and white cinematography, combined with its brutal violence and raw emotion, has been hailed as revolutionary for the sports drama genre.

The now-iconic colorized shot of De Niro in "Raging Bull" has sparked a debate on whether it was manually colorized or produced through deep learning technology.

Despite the advancements in colorization technology, the original black and white film remains the preferred choice for many film enthusiasts.

"Raging Bull" has been preserved by the Library of Congress for its cultural and historical significance.

The American Film Institute ranked "Raging Bull" as the eighth greatest American film of all time in their 10th-anniversary poll.

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