Last year we posted some photos from the set of Zandy’s Bride – filmed at Andrew Molera State Park in 1974. The picture, starring Gene Hackman and Liv Ullman, was based on the book The Stranger in Big Sur, by Lillian Bos Ross. The set was constructed on the coastal terrace near the mouth of the Big Sur River.
As there’s been quite a bit of interest in the first batch of photos, we’ve now ventured deeper into the archives and uncovered some additional images …
View down Main St.
The hotel was more impressive from the front …
And from the side …
Than from the back.
The Pacific Coast Overland Stage Line, complete with antlers and oil drums.
The ticket window. Note the “weathered adobe” detailing.
Looking across the mouth of the Big Sur River to the coastal bluffs beyond. The boats and water tank are a nice touch.
The Ranch House sits at the end of the block. Post Summit rises behind.
Ye Olde Adobe
Odd-looking outbuilding on the edge of town. The redwood grove on the summit of East Molera Ridge can be seen in the left background.
Click here to view the first set of photos (Part I).