Ahh, 70’s Stephen Boyd! Thanks Getty Images!!

Thanks to a tip from Emmanuel in France – Getty Images is always adding new things, so it’s great to see a ton of new Stephen Boyd photos from two of his TV projects  –
Carter’s Army (1970) and Of Men and Women (1973)! Stephen looks so good in both of these shows– it is great to see more photos!!

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 “Carter’s Army”Getty Images

 

“Of Men and Women” Getty Images

The Buena Vista Plantation in Gloster, Louisiana: The filming location of “Slaves” (1969)

An amazing visit to this secluded, haunted plantation in West Louisiana.

This is the view of the Big House used on the Slaves movie poster!! The upper level columns are gone, but you can count the lower pillars and the 2 chimneys on the roof to confirm it is the same house.

This area was used for much of the main action, including the large slave crowd scene at the end of Slaves

What a beautiful tree….! Not sure what kind….maybe an oak tree. A classic plantation view here.
The unpaved road up to the plantation.
Converted to a garage, what used to be slave quarters most likely.
This is a private residence now.

Buena Vista c. 1859 Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places

Bonnie and Clyde, JFK assassination, Audie Murphy – East Texas

Brigitte Bardot as Bonnie for her song “Bonnie and Clyde” with Serge Gainsbourg

I am making a quick road trip around Dallas and East Texas ( The 6th Floor Museum in Dallas is amazing!) I hope to get pictures of the plantation used in “Slaves” soon….keeping my fingers crossed! Also saw a great Audie Murphy museum in Greenville, Texas. Enjoy the pics!

Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow Graves (2 different graveyards)

Lee Harvey Oswald’s House and Texas Theatre

JFK Sixth floor museum and “The Grassy Knoll”

Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum, Greenville Texas