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I cannot tell you how absolutely amazing it was to wander the grounds of the place and see tombstones dating all the way back to the 1880s, some so old that the inscriptions had simply worn off.
And while I realize that “charming” might be an odd word to describe a graveyard, that is exactly what Sierra Madre Pioneer Cemetery is.
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While the fans claim they want change, they tend to react negatively to it. "Changes to a story are an aversion to Status Quo Is God, but such changes are a necessary part of Character Development and Plot Twists.We now have a smorgasbord of choices, which is great but also a little daunting, as each has a range of different shows and some work only on particular devices."Here's a secret — when I finally okayed the clone saga, I told Danny Fingeroth to build a back door into it.According to a fabulous Sierra Madre Patch article, before filming began, production designer Henry Bumstead, who was a San Marino resident and often used nearby locations in his movies, had the Pioneer caretakers cease weeding the property so that it would appear to be unkempt and dilapidated. And cinematographer Leonard South lit the set without using any artificial lighting to further add to the dismal effect.The shoot also happened to take place on two particularly gloomy L. The caretaker’s shack which appeared in the scene has since been replaced with a more modern-looking structure.
Sierra Madre Pioneer Cemetery also shows up once again towards the end of , in the scene in which Joseph P. For that scene, Hitch brought in a thirty-foot scaffold so that he could shoot the chase sequence between George and Mrs. And Mike, from Movie Shots LA, let me know that Pioneer Cemetery was also used in the 1978 horror flick in the scene in which Michael Meyer’s psychiatrist, Sam Loomis (aka Donald Pleasence), discovers that Judith Meyer’s headstone, which is supposed to be located in Row 18, Plot 20, is missing.