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Cabin at Pickett's Mill National Battlefield Park
Georgia, USA
The funeral scenes of 'GET LOW" the movie were filmed here at Pickett’s Mill in early 2009. Hundreds of extras were used in the filming. The movie stars Robert Duvall, Sissy Spacek, Bill Murray and Lucas Black. "Get Low" implies being put in the ground, and the movie is based on a true story of Felix Breazeale, a Tennessee recluse who planned his own funeral while he was still alive so he could enjoy it.
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Tags: pickett's mill; cabin; movie; get low; robert duvall; state park; battlefield
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