Location filming of The Wrong Box

Brian Godwin was ‘on set’ during the filming of this movie in 1966 together with his trusty, pre digital, 35mm film camera and has kindly agreed to share his shots with us.

The film crew, film camera and crane together with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath.
The fair hair and white collar to the left of camera is Michael Caine
Wide angle shot of the film crew, together with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath.
A wide angle shot of the film crew, together with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath. Filmed from the right hand side.
A wide angle shot of the film crew, film camera and crane together with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath. Filmed from the right hand side. Filmed from the left hand side.
The film crew with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath.
The rear view of some crew together with camera man and camera watching some cast against the back drop of a portion of the Royal Crescent, Bath.
The film crew together with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath.
The fair hair and white collar, mid ground left of centre is Michael Caine
The film crew, film camera and crane together with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath. As viewed from the green.
A close up of The film crew, film camera, some cast together with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath.
A close up of the film crew, film camera, some cast together with others 'on set' during the filming of The Wrong Box against part of the Royal Crescent, Bath. The white apparition is John Mills moving across during a limited time exposure.
The white apparition is John Mills moving across during a timed exposure.

It is really wonderful to have some ‘reel’ photos taken by ‘reel’ people, very many thanks Brian.

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