How'd they do that? Behind-the-scenes of Guiding Light's car explosion
Posted Wednesday, February 18, 2009 7:20:48 PM
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John Driscoll's four-year run as Guiding Light's Henry "Coop" Bradshaw ended last week. The exit was preceded by a stunning car explosion, one that required quite a bit of behind-the-scenes maneuvering. How did Guiding Light pull it off?.
"Today is a good day to die," remarked John Driscoll
) on his final day at Guiding Light.
By then, of course, the actor knew that his time on television's longest-running drama series was coming to an end. In addition to some candid thoughts on his time with Guiding Light, Driscoll also gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at exactly how the show's delved into pyrotechnics with the explosion of his car.
Video: Procter & Gamble Productions
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