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Depends on what you want to record. A camcorder can be connected by the front sockets. Yellow video. Red Right audio, White left audio. Assuming the VCR has a front socket.
You can connect another Video via the scart socket AV2. However if the programme is copy-protected it wont record it. To do this you would need to get hold of a Copy Decoder. Which are available on-line.
I should however say that copying such things is illegal.

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