Weston landmark plays host to film crews

PUBLISHED: 18:00 07 January 2013

(From left to right......Co-Director Ben Tallamy, Museum Manager Lee Mills, Co-Director Tom Hutchings and Actor Duke Palmer).

(From left to right......Co-Director Ben Tallamy, Museum Manager Lee Mills, Co-Director Tom Hutchings and Actor Duke Palmer).

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A WESTON attraction has played host to film crews for the second time.

The Helicopter Museum’s Huey helicopter was used to recreate a Vietnam scene in Shields Of Justice, an independent comedy film shot in the South West.

The independent film is set to be a pastiche of classic shows such as Dragnet and Starsky and Hutch.

The museum was also used to film an episode of BBC2’s Antiques Roadshow, due to be screened at the end of the month.


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