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    Senior Member Country: UK CaptainWaggett's Avatar
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    It's Griffith Jones bottom right with the pointy beard isn't it?

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    Hi - have you had a look on the Getty Images website? I would agree with CaptainWaggett that bottom right is Griffith Jones. There are a couple of good pictures of Nicholas Hannen and Michael Warre on the site but I still can't work it out I'm afraid!

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    The Getty Images helped - Thanks!

    My final selections:

    Link: Henry V

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    I would love to know whatever happened to the stunning model of 16th-century London that opens the film. Surely they couldn't have thrown it away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezzy
    I would love to know whatever happened to the stunning model of 16th-century London that opens the film. Surely they couldn't have thrown it away?
    Well, they used it, or rather film clips of it, to depict Victorian London in Master of the World (1961).

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    Very interesting. Never seen that. So it might be gathering dust in a prop store somewhere.

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    The film started with that spectacular model work, wit a panoramic view of old London, and river Thames ending at the Globe Theatre.

    Londonminiature.jpg

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