TV show about Bonnie & Clyde to shoot in West Feliciana
ST. FRANCISVILLE- Next week, the History Channel will begin filming a two-part mini-series on famous bank robbers.
The documentary on "Bonnie and Clyde" will film in various areas of South Louisiana, and producers are set to shoot rural shots in West Feliciana. Location scouts were looking for places to film Monday.
"I think it is an awesome idea," said Shaderick Emery. Emery lives in St. Francisville and said it is a "wonderful town. Rich in culture and history."
The pair of outlaws were ambushed and killed by police in Louisiana.
Some scenes of the TV show were also shot in Baton Rouge.
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