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Shooting the Moonshine War (1970)

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The unidentified rural location is Mountain Ranch, CA

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This is a promotional short film for _The Moonshine War (1970)_ . It shows filming on location in an unidentified rural setting, beginning with the arrival of the large MGM equipment trucks. The narrator, who says he is one of the local residents, provides commentary as we see two car chases filmed. The film's director and five of main actors are shown at work. Written by David Glagovsky <dglagovsky@prodigy.net>

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9 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The unidentified rural location in this movie is in Calaveras County, California and specifically just outside of the small community of Jenny Lind (named after the nineteenth century actress). The watercourse shown in the movie is the Calaveras River. The movie set was on a flat terrace below the Jenny Lind to Milton Road Bridge. The film moderately is interesting because of the starring actors. This presented Patrick McGoohan with a definite off beat roll and this was an early roll for Alan Alda. Although I think McGoohan was miscast because his accent sounds somewhat out of place the movie is entertaining.


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