"42" Crew Preps Macon Jewelry Store

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A "42" set crew worked in downtown Macon at a historic jewelry shop to prep the place Monday for filming. Movie producers will use Andersen's Jewelers as a location for a rain scene. Shop owner Richard Rayson found irony not only in Monday's rain outside his shop but also in his real first name.

"My real first name is Harrison, and I find it ironic that Harrison Ford might be in my shop later this week," Rayson said.

The set crew is installing decorative covers for an outside air conditioning unit to dress up the exterior of the building. 13WMAZ has learned the scene involves a rain storm and actors will duck into Andersen's Jewelry to have a chat.

Andersen's Jewelers also is home to lots of antique merchandise from aroudn the

Rayson's shop remains open until the movie crews need to shoot the scene. He expects that toward the end of this week.

For continuing coverage of "42" filming check back with 13WMAZ.com.

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