Was That Bradley Cooper? ~ Bedford Abuzz with Filming in Town

As you may or may not know, there is a movie filming here in Bedford.  As with any movie, it comes loaded with stars.  But who and where?  For obvious reasons, the set is very tight lipped as to what’s going on.  We know it’s being filmed at the Wedgewood Swim and Tennis Club. While we do not want to perpetuate rumors, we can’t help but speculate on what we hear

Does Sally Fields really love Moosetracks?  (She likes it! She really likes it!) “Was Painted Burro’s  closure a big blow to Selene Gomez?”  

I did say gesundheit to someone in Whole Foods after I heard a “ Hoo-ah,” was it Pacino?  Sitting in traffic on the Great Road, I swear I heard the person who cut me off say “I’m an excellent driver.”  

What kind of movie are they filming?  Why Bedford?  Did Hollywood decide that the Battle of Sweeney Ridge could be made into a full-length movie? 

Now that Bedford no longer has the oldest flag, is this a new way for Bedford to make its mark by being a film destination? We will have to wait until the movie is released to know the answer, One thing I know for sure: we’re not in Kansas anymore.

Editor’s Note: The Scallion is a lighthearted attempt to poke gentle fun at ourselves.  It’s satire and not to be taken too seriously.


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Jan Anthony
June 7, 2022 3:21 pm

Why does “Bedford no longer [have/has] the oldest flag”? What did I miss?

Last edited 2 years ago by Jan Anthony
Jan Anthony
June 9, 2022 3:59 pm
Reply to  Jan Anthony

Well, even if the Byfield flag is technically the oldest (still unconfirmed), can’t we claim Bedford has the oldest American Colonial flag STILL IN USE … or STILL FLYING? This is accurate, isn’t it?

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