Movie Fact #830 – August 1st, 2015:

Because the 1975 film “Three Days of the Condor”, adapted from the 1974 novel “Six Days of the Condor” by author James Grady, was shot in autumn but was set in winter, saplings had to be defoliated and leaves removed from the trees on the streets where the movie was being filmed. This was so as to create the necessary wintry look. Lead actor Robert Redford, who played the lead character Joseph Turner in the film but was an avid ecologist in real life, checked on the process so no damage was done to the plant life.

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