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Various locations across Norfolk were used for filming including Melton Constable Hall and Heydon. Norwich also played a big part in the movie, with Tombland, The Maid's Head Hotel and Norwich Cathedral all featuring. A British sketch comedy film based louis vuitton alma fake on Monty Python's Flying Circus, this 1971 film shot several scenes in Norwich, with John Cleese at his desk near the castle and Elm Hill being used in the Beethoven sketch. The village idiot sketch was also filmed in Norfolk at Heydon. Filming of Dean Spanley with Peter zapatos louis vuitton amazon O'Toole and Jeremy Northam at Norwich Cathedral. The Edwardian curiosity of a film features many great local areas as backdrops, including Norwich Cathedral and Elm Hill, to name a few. Lovejoy was a British television series based on the novels by John Grant, which ran over six series. The show followed the adventured of Lovejoy, a loveable rogue antiques dealer based in East Anglia portrayed by Ian McShane. The show filmed at many locations louis vuitton sale in atlanta across the country, including Norwich's historic cobbled lane, Elm Hill. Sir John Mills and Anthony Steel chat to a autograph hunter during takes from filming Tales of the Unexpected (Galloping Foxley ) at Downham Market station. Photo: Archant Library Tales of the Unexpected, Magdalen Street, Norwich Union's Marble Hall, Upper St. Giles Street, Princes Street, Bowthorpe Cemetery This series was based on sinister short stories by Roald Dahl collected in books such as Tales of the Unexpected, Kiss Kiss and Someone Like You. Made by Anglia Television for ITV, interior scenes for the show were recorded at the Norwich studios (now Epic Studios) on Magdalen Street, while the rest of filming mainly took place across East Anglia, including various places in the fine city. The Chief, Various locations Starring Norwich resident Martin Shaw as Chief Constable Alan Cade, this 90s TV show set in the fictitious Eastland Constabulary documented Cade's struggle to bring the community's growing crime problem under control. The show filmed at various locations in Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Gorleston and aimed to provide an accurate representation of Anglian Police processes, even employing former Chief Constable James Anderton as an adviser. GRIFF RHYS JONES AND MEL SMITH DISCUSS THE FILMING OF "WILT" ON LOCATION. Photo: Archant Library This 1989 adaptation of the Tom Sharpe novel of the same name, starred Griff Rhys Jones and Alison Steadman. The plot follows the misadventures of Henry Wilt, a community studies teacher who is accused of murdering his wife. External scenes for the film were shot in the city outside City Hall and in St Augustine's. Other locations in the area also included Horning, Ranworth and Thetford. Devices and Desires, Norwich Cathedral This 90s TV show was an adaptation of the detective novel of the same name, part of the Adam Dalgliesh series by P. D. James. Starring Roy Marsden, Susannah York and Gemma Jones the show ran for one series and scenes were filmed at Norwich Cathedral and Salthouse. Filming of the Mathew Vaughn movie 'Stardust' on Elm Hill, Norwich. One of the stars of the film, Claire Danes.; Photo:Antony Kelly; Copy:Lorna Marsh; For: EDP news; EDP pics 2006; (01603) 772434 The 2007 adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel starring Claire Danes, Charlie Cox, Sienna Miller and Michelle Pfeiffer follows a young man as he enters a magical world to collect a fallen star, who turns out to be a young woman louis vuitton alma gm amarante that he must protect. In 2006, Elm Hill was transformed into a street in the film's mystical land. The Grotesque, Norwich Guildhall and Bethel Street Starring Alan Bates, Sting and Lena Headey, this 2009 film shot at various locations across the city, including the Guildhall and the former Bethel Hospital. Alan Partridge star Steve Coogan continues filming of his new film in Norwich. Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013), Norwich City Centre Norwich's favourite fictional radio host/presenter, Alan Partridge shot lots of scenes for his shows in the fine city and chose to film a movie here too. Steve Coogan, who plays Partridge, told fans the film was his "love letter to Norwich" and he premiered the film in the city at Anglia Square. The Uninvited, Norwich Magistrate's Court, Orford Place and Golden Star pub A 90s ITV science fiction television mini series, The Uninvited was made by Anglia Television. The show follows photographer Steve Blake who witnesses a horrific car crash in which the head of British Nuclear Power is killed, but the next day, he appears alive. Parts of the show were filmed at the University of East Anglia, and others at Prospect House as well as various other locations across Norfolk. (L r) Director BRYAN SINGER and STANLEY TUCCI on the set of New Line Cinemas and Legendary Pictures action adventure JACK THE GIANT SLAYER, a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

Photo: Daniel Smith Jack the Giant Slayer, Norwich Cathedral A live action version of the classic fairy tale was shot in 2013 starring Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson, Stanley Tucci and Ewan McGregor. Actors from the film descended on Norwich to film at the cathedral. Scenes in the movie show Jack fighting giants inside the building which was used as a castle.


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