In Bullfight at Malaga, producers Robert Drew and Richard Leacock used boom microphones and silent, wind-up film cameras to record the action in the ring. They hired local photographers and sound technicians to assist them in shooting the action from eight different angles. In this clip, you see Drew (in white shirt and tie) grab the mic from the technician and yank it out of the way of the fighter's flowing cape. Drew later said that he feared the cape would wrap around the mic, leaving the fighter exposed to the potential of a deadly goring. And, yes, that's Ernest Hemingway among the spectators. Jack Paar showed a version of this film on NBC's Tonight Show in 1959.