Legendary photographer Murray Close was on set of legendary cult film Withnail & I over 22 years ago during its shoot - and many of his photos have gone unseen until now. But with a new exhibition taking place at Camden's Proud Gallery from April 1, we're able to bring you a taster of the iconic and the brand new from what Close saw on set...
(Includes captions taken from Empire Online and pictures which include other cast/crew members with PMG)
We'd like to think that this is deleted footage from a sadly lost 'Scarlet Pimpernel' version of the film.
McGann again, with Richard Griffith's Uncle Monty, playing an appalling relation years before his role in the Harry Potter films.
Grant and McGann seated, with director Bruce Robinson in the background
Bromance for Withnail & Marwood
McGann, Griffiths and Grant during a break in filming
McGann and Dickinson with Ringo Starr. George Harrison produced the film, hence Starr's visit to the set.
The London weather, makin' things moody
As the budget runs low, Grant takes extreme measures to keep the crew fed