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Scenes from the last day of indoor filming for "Turn: Washington's Spies." April 24, 2017.
Jackie Kruszewski
Costume designer Lahly Poore-Ericson has also worked on “Titanic” and “The Patriot.” Television shows are a different beast, she says. “You have a script every eight days, and you’re often filming two units at once. It’s very, very fast,” she says. “And it’s not like I can over to the big box Wal-Mart and buy a couple colonial outfits.”
Anton Schaffner
Kelly Farrah of the props department started in movies as a technical advisor. “[The props guys] were saying, ‘Oh I gotta make this, I gotta write that.’ And I said, ‘Well I can do that’ because I wasn’t doing much else.’”
Jackie Kruszewski
Guns -- some real and some rubber -- fill a truck. “One day we fired over 600 rounds,” Kelly Farrah says.
Jackie Kruszewski
Jane Sakowsky-Bell is in charge of drinks and snacks in the craft services truck for the cast and crew. “You see a lot more of these people than you do your own family and kids,” she says. “But we love this job and these people.”
Jackie Kruszewski
Terry Clark separates silver from stainless utensils for an impending dinner scene. Much of the furniture, rugs and paintings she oversees will show up on Cannon's Online Auctions in a few weeks after filming. Bidding goes through June 26.
Jackie Kruszewski
Kendall Cooper cast 300 to 400 extras per episode and trolled Richmond concerts for longhaired musicians with flexible hours. “I’ve gotten really good at telling if someone is a 38 coat or over 6-feet-2-inches,” she says. “But sometimes my opening is ‘how tall are you?’”
Jackie Kruszewski
Gov. Terry McAuliffe is on the actors’ wall for his third season cameo appearance.
Jackie Kruszewski
A streetscape miniature from the art department helps directors plan scenes. “We’ve learned a lot about the Revolutionary War,” says Kate Marlette, 25, one of its assistants.
Jackie Kruszewski
Evan Ward, the set decoration secretary, works in the art department.
Jackie Kruszewski
Ian Kahn portrays Gen. George Washington in a painting now relegated to storage.
Jackie Kruszewski
A warehouse opens onto a Revolutionary War encampment near the Richmond International Raceway. In 2015, someone called CBS-6 thinking a refugee camp had been constructed there. Reporter Mark Holmberg’s investigation fizzled.
Jackie Kruszewski
Ed Brogan, right, and Brad Watson are fitting an extra with gaiters for his background turn as a militiaman. He’s their 10th today -- with about 20 to go. “I’m nobody,” jokes the extra, Ricardo Padilla, when his name is asked. “Just legs.”
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Jackie Kruszewski
Costume designer Lahly Poore-Ericson has also worked on “Titanic” and “The Patriot.” Television shows are a different beast, she says. “You have a script every eight days, and you’re often filming two units at once. It’s very, very fast,” she says. “And it’s not like I can over to the big box Wal-Mart and buy a couple colonial outfits.”
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