Actor Sean Stone (right) speaks with director Harvey Lowry during filming of the movie
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Thomas J. Turney

Actor Sean Stone (right) speaks with director Harvey Lowry during filming of the movie "Union Bound" in Edenton, Monday.

Movie magic turns Edenton into New Bern: Town backdrop for Civil War film

“I started asking people about historic towns, and they said, ‘Oh, you have to visit Edenton. I got in my car and drove here, and knew I’d found what I was looking for.”

Michael Davis
Producer, “Union Bound”

By Rebecca Bunch

Chowan Herald

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EDENTON — Historic Edenton briefly became its sister waterfront town New Bern on Monday, serving as a backdrop for an independent film inspired by entries from the pages of a Union soldier’s Civil War diaries.

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