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TV / Film Credits

 

TV / FILM CREDITS

Eastnor Castle has a history of film and television credits going back almost 40 years. It was first ‘discovered’ as a film location for the movie industry by MGM studios back in 1969 who at the time were looking for a suitable ‘English Lord’s castle’ for the comedy film “One More Time” starring Sammy Davis Jr and directed by legendary comedian Jerry Lewis. Since then the castle has been in regular demand for a wide variety of productions including television series, one-off documentaries, dramas and light entertainment programming, particularly for BBC Television

A few examples of TV / Film Credits that have taken place at Eastnor Castle:

“One More Time” MGM Studios (1969)

“The Pallisers” – BBC TV (1974)

“Little Lord Fauntleroy” BBC TV (1976)

“Run Runaway” Music Video – Slade (1983)

“Box of Delights” TV series (1984) Won a BAFTA Award for Best Children’s Programme

The Canterville Ghost” – HTV (1986)

“Once Upon A Future Time” – Kutchinsky

“Rumpole of the Bailey” – Thames Television: Season 7 Episode 5: “Family Pride” (1992)

“The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes” – Granada TV

“The Eligible Bachelor” (1992)

“Little Lord Fauntleroy” BBC TV (1994)

“Great Antiques Treasure Hunt” (1995)

“Burrell’s Britain” – Pilot Episode (1999)

“Antiques Roadshow” – BBC TV (2000)

“Building of Britain” – TV series with Fred Dibnah: “The View From The North” (2001)

“Blue Peter” – BBC TV (2001)

“Flog It” – BBC TV (2005)

“Dracula” – BBC TV (2006)

“The Victorian Gentleman” – BBC TV with Fred Dibnah (2006)

“Stately Suppers” – BBC TV (2006)

“Country Lives” – Chris Bradshaw (2007)

“Saving Britain’s Past (2009)

“BBC Countryfile” – 2010

“The Amazing Race” – CBS USA 2010

“Bargain Hunt (BBC) 2011″(22 mins. into prog.)

“W.E ” directed by Madonna 2012

“The Black Prince” (2014)

“Doctor Thorne” ITV Drama (2015)

“Agatha Raisin” SKY (2015)

Contact Charlotte our Filming Administrator on 01531 633160 or email enquiries@eastnorcastle.com to discuss requirements