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Changi (TV Mini-Series 2001) Poster

(2001 TV Mini-Series)

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The butterflies, which Guillaume had to eat were made by the prop maker from wafer, food coloring and marzipan.
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Set dressings were researched from photographs and WWII veterans and obtained from a variety of sources, including the ABC prop store, other Sydney prop houses, private collections, auctions, and second hand stores.
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Two of the older cast served in WW2. Charles 'Bud' Tingwell was a fighter pilot and Slim DeGrey as a stretcher bearer. Slim DeGrey was an POW at Changi after the fall of Singapore. DeGrey wrote a book about it, recording the history of the theater group that was started inside the camp. It's called "Changi, the funny side"
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A total of 53 sets and locations had to be made and dressed including the prison barracks and a Malayan jungle. Just finding a site big enough to hold the main set of three 8 meter high buildings, which could pass for Singapore was laborious.
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