The Chiltern Hundreds 1949 made at Denham

I have just watch this film on Talking Pictures and really loved it. In the Credits at the end was the caption ‘made at Denham Film Studios’ so this made it extra good for me as I loved those Studios.

One thing that struck me was the sheer size of some of the sets which was a hallmark of the Denham Films as they were able to make use of the huge sound stages there.

ABOVE: Helen Backlin and David Tomlinson, co-stars in the 1949 British film ‘The Chiltern Hundreds’, do some ride-sharing around the Denham Studios in Buckinghamshire

However local locations were used for some of the exterior Scenes – and they were mainly around Denham Village and Denham Railway Station – however the bottom one which was the large stately home in the film was actually filmed at St Osyth’s Priory Nr Clacton On Sea as it’s location.

Denham Station
Denham Station
At Denham Station again
At Denham Station
A Cottage in Denham Village
Again at Denham Station
This picture of a scene filmed at St Osyth’s Priory Nr Clacton On Sea
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  1. Robert says:

    sacrilege what happened to that studio along with Nettlefold.

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