OAK BLUFFS (CBS) – Thursday marks 44 years since “Jaws” first swam into theaters. Now the public is getting a look at some previously unseen photos from the filming of Steven Spielberg’s terrifying shark tale on Martha’s Vineyard.

A technician on the set of “Jaws” with his head in the mouth of a shark (Photo credit: The Reagan Family)

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Billy Reagan, owner of the Attleboro House on Oak Bluffs, dug up the photos with his family within the last three weeks.

One photo supposedly shows Spielberg sitting in a chair on the beach. Reagan said that two of his brothers were even in the movie.

Billy Reagan says that’s Steven Spielberg in a chair on Martha’s Vineyard during “Jaws” filming. (Photo credit: The Reagan Family)

The photos were first published by The Wrap. They came to light thanks to self-described “finatic” John Campopiano, who visited Reagan’s inn because that’s where Chief Brody and his family live in “Jaws.”

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Reagan invited Campopiano to see and share the phones, which have never before been seen by the public.

One photo even shows a mechanical fin in the water.

A fin in the water during the filming of “Jaws.” (Photo credit: The Reagan Family)

Released on June 20, 1975, “Jaws” is one of the highest-grossing films of all time.

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