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Wednesday, 13 June 2012


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Not sure I'd take the 'lying around' to mean literally lying around in Malta. I suspect they meant that when stockpiling props they would need it was just one of many and wasn't (necessarily) picked out on purpose. Though I'd put money on one of the prop hands doing it on purpose even if the director/producers were not aware.

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