Rare behind-the-scenes photographs taken on the set of Jaws have surfaced 45 years after the classic film was released. The previously unseen colour snaps were taken by Charlsie Bryant, the script supervisor for the 1975 film, and they have been in her family ever since. Many of her photos show the huge rubber shark out of the water between shots as the crew maneuvered the 25ft mechanical model. The model, which the cast and crew affectionately named Bruce, is seen with all of his mechanical parts on show. Other shots feature director Steven Spielberg and stars Richard Dreyfuss, Roy Scheider, and Robert Shaw. The pictures come in a brown faux leather photo album and were taken off the island of Martha’s Vineyard, in Massachusetts, US. They have been consigned to sale with auctioneers Bonhams who are expecting offers of up to £3,700. Rare behind-the-scenes photographs taken on the set of Jaws have surfaced 45 years after the classic film was released, including the hydraulic rig carrying the 24ft long great white shark – nicknamed ‘Bruce’ by director Stephen Spielberg The colour snaps were taken by Charlsie Bryant, the script supervisor for the 1975 film, and they have been in her… Read full this story
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