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5 | Wes Anderson was headed to Block Island to scout locations when choppy seas forced him to stay on land. That day, he found Camp Yawgoog, a Boy Scout stalwart dating to 1916. The site serves as Moonrise Kingdom's Fort Lebanon, domain of the domineering Commander Pierce (Harvey Keitel) and linchpin in Sam and Suzy's escape plans. Dave Anderson, the top Boy Scouts executive in the region, played a key role in Camp Yawgoog's transformation into cinematic centerpiece. But he died of cancer before he could see the film.

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