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Moon-spinners revisited (sub-title- I HATE the search function here)

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About the beginning of May someone asked what was the name or location of the taverna where the Moon-spinners was filmed. Just because I'm a sad git, I did heaps of looking it up and failed. I asked also on the Crete board I play on and got no answer there either. Till today.

received this email

According to Disney company publicity materials, the Moon-Spinners
was filmed in Elounda, Crete, and the hotel in the film was actually
built by the Disney company, as was a church building used in the
film. The Disney publicity materials implied that both the church and
the hotel were left to the town and continued to be used after
filming was over. It would be interesting to know if this was true.
Of course, the movie was filmed over 40 years ago, so these two
buildings may not be left.

Sincerely,

John G. West
Author, The Disney Live-Action Productions

I CANNOT find the original question, so apologise for the repost.

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