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Title: Cortijo Del Fraile (San Antonio mission fenced off)
Post by: Ramon on November 02, 2011, 11:07:55 AM

The cortijo has now been fenced off on safety grounds, see link below.

http://cortijodelfraile.es/imagenes%20pdf/CdF%20vallado%2028%20oct%2011%20-%20JJPB.pdf (http://cortijodelfraile.es/imagenes%20pdf/CdF%20vallado%2028%20oct%2011%20-%20JJPB.pdf)


Title: Re: Cortijo Del Fraile (San Antonio mission fenced off)
Post by: cigar joe on November 02, 2011, 09:12:49 PM
The cortijo has now been fenced off on safety grounds, see link below.

http://cortijodelfraile.es/imagenes%20pdf/CdF%20vallado%2028%20oct%2011%20-%20JJPB.pdf (http://cortijodelfraile.es/imagenes%20pdf/CdF%20vallado%2028%20oct%2011%20-%20JJPB.pdf)

Thanks


Title: Re: Cortijo Del Fraile (San Antonio mission fenced off)
Post by: drinkanddestroy on January 08, 2014, 12:20:06 PM
you jumped the fence to take pictures?

did you take a piece of the wall for a souvenir?  ;)


Title: Re: Cortijo Del Fraile (San Antonio mission fenced off)
Post by: drinkanddestroy on July 14, 2014, 11:51:20 PM
Ramon,

Are you still on these boards?

Wondering if the interior of the building was also used for the interior scenes in GBU?

if I recall correctly, Frayling said that the exterior and interior of the Mission San Antonio were not the same building. In fact, I believe he said that the building that was used for the exterior of the Mission, the interior was actually used in FAFDM as Indio's hideout in Agua Caliente.

So again: one building was used for the exterior of the Mission in GBU and the interiors of Indio Agua caleiente hideout in FAFDM; and another building was used for the interior of the Mission in GBU. I believe that Frayling said this (in STDWD, and/or the BRD commentaries to FAFDM/GBU).

Can you confirm this?