Lost AMERICAN GRAFFITI Set Photos Rediscovered

Lots of photos get taking on a movie set. And a majority of those pictures are never seen by the public, buried away in a file cabinet or an archive. But sometimes, they are rediscovered and give us an interesting look at the film’s production.

The most recent example of this is some behind-the-scenes photos taken during the shooting of George Lucas’ American Graffiti. The photos were discovered in the archives of the Magnum photo agency who discovered them while in the process of having their archive organized.

You can see the complete group of photos here, but below is a sneak of a few of the images.

Via Wired.

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