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"We have Rex and Charlie walking up to confront the bad guys…"

The director of Hudson & Rex describes the next shot while filming on location in the Georgetown neighbourhood of St. John's in September. There's a fleet of white trailers, cameras set up on the sidewalk and dozens of people wearing headsets.

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