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ACT Location Walk, Canterbury, 29th August 2010
Pictures by Richard Fraser
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We gather at the Dane John Tower.
Canterbury Cathedral as seen from the Dane John Tower.
Rapt attention from the assembled throng as they learn about Michael Powell's early school days.
The Three Tuns. Not only an old pub but also the site of an even older Roman amphitheatre. The first theatre known to have been in Canterbury.
The Museum of Canterbury which, when Michael was a lad, was the Poor Priests' Hospital for elderly and infirm clergymen.
Alongside Paul, some welcome faces that need no introduction for ACT regulars: l-r Steve Crook, Len Smith ('Leslie'), David Todd ('Commander Todd'), Jim Pople (ACT 2nd asst editor) and Wyn Tamsitt (widow of James played the part of 'Terry Holmes'), Paul Tritton.
ACT location walk regulars Julian Bridger and Richard Davey.
3 "volunteers" prepare to re-enact a short scene from 'A Canterbury Tale'.
Andrew Feltham shows off his impromptu sketch of a moment from today's walk.
By the former City Police Station in Pound Lane.
Jim Pople tells people what it was like filming A Canterbury Tale.
Paul tells another Canterbury Tale.
Paul gives us his thoughts on the new Marlowe Theatre.
The new theatre begins to take shape.
A slightly distorted close-up view of the Cathedral.
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