“Funeral procession in Live & Let Die”
In 007: This is the location for the “jazz” funeral procession in Live and Let Die. An agent walking fatefully asks whose funeral it is and the response he got was “Yours.” At which point he was stabbed and placed in a coffin. Principal photography began in October 1972, in Louisiana. For a while only the second unit was shot after Moore was diagnosed with kidney stones. In November production moved to Jamaica, which doubled for the fictional San Monique. In December, production was divided between interiors in Pinewood Studios and location shooting in Harlem. The producers were reportedly required to pay protection money to a local Harlem gang to ensure the crew's safety. When the cash ran out, they were "encouraged" to leave
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