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SHOOT: ONCE UPON A TIME’s Father-and-Son Bonding in Steveston for 2×19

Whatever else is going on in Storybrooke in the nineteenth episode of season two, newly-acquainted father-and-son Baelfire and Henry, and the actors who play them, continue to bond.

Michael Raymond-James and Jared Gilmore had an incredible amount of fun rehearsing and filming their play sword fight in Fisherman’s Park  in Steveston yesterday morning and early afternoon in front of passersby, local fans and two fans visiting from France.

Michael Raymond-James jumped on a picnic table at one point in their rambling play sword fight down the grassy hill of the park. And during one take, Raymond-James jokingly held his wooden sword to the throat of the boom operator once he’d moved out of frame.

Once Upon a Time airs on Sunday nights at 8 p.m. on ABC in the U.S. and 7 p.m. on CTV in Canada.

6 thoughts on “SHOOT: ONCE UPON A TIME’s Father-and-Son Bonding in Steveston for 2×19”

    1. I didn’t see Robin Hood on set yesterday and didn’t hear about him being there but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t. Once Upon a Time filmed in Steveston on Tuesday too, inside the Buck and Ear Pub and Mr. Gold’s.

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