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    The location here was uncovered by carlito Corway and can be veiwed at www.carlcorway.cc | My Beautiful Ealing

    The sites actual name is My Beautiful Ealing.

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    Many thanks to "benchcluttocks "and Carlito for their sterling detective work, re this location, very much appreciated.

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    I watched a programme recently that revisted the locations used in this film, did anyone else see it, or did I dream it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joenoir
    I watched a programme recently that revisted the locations used in this film, did anyone else see it, or did I dream it
    Rats! I love that filum - the lovely Glynis Johns and of course her dad Mervyn. And it contained a bit of camera trickery too - where Gj and MJ were to cast no shadow as they walked over the lawn!! Spookey?

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    You mean the name of the programme? I really couldn't say, I didn't set out to watch it, it was one of those programmes that are on when you switch the television on and you become somewhat hooked by them. Sorry, I couldn't say what channel it was on either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joenoir
    I watched a programme recently that revisted the locations used in this film, did anyone else see it, or did I dream it
    Nothing listed on DigiGuide.

    Maybe you did dream it



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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Crook
    Nothing listed on DigiGuide.

    Maybe you did dream it



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    Steve, I am now begining to question my own sanity! However, if it was a dream shouldn't the film be Dead of Night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joenoir
    Steve, I am now begining to question my own sanity! However, if it was a dream shouldn't the film be Dead of Night?
    You don't have to be insane to dream something



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    The station is definately EAST ANSTEY station,I know this because we were living in East Anstey at the time and my step-father was the signalman there.I used to catch the train there every morning to go to work.

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    I saw "Halfway House" recently and thought it was outstanding. It had been difficult to find in the US - now it is more available.



    I became interested in where it was filmed - and I assumed this was the place to go for information. Well, here it is. Thanks to all of you detectives for this thread. It answers every question I had and many I would not have thought of asking.



    And that www.carlcorway.cc | My Beautiful Ealing site is a gem.

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    Thank you for your kind words. The Halfway House project it seems is far from over and will be going back shortly to revisit some of the locations but also to interview a number of people so might have more pics to add?



    Unfortunately i would love to see more people visit this website as it seems that many seem to stumble across the site by accident but actually looking for it sometimes brings no results.

    Its probably as rare as the film itself? But thank you everyone who have commented thus far

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    Quote Originally Posted by room 237
    Thank you for your kind words. The Halfway House project it seems is far from over and will be going back shortly to revisit some of the locations but also to interview a number of people so might have more pics to add?



    Unfortunately i would love to see more people visit this website as it seems that many seem to stumble across the site by accident but actually looking for it sometimes brings no results.

    Its probably as rare as the film itself? But thank you everyone who have commented thus far
    East Anstey Station Look Here

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    ALSO RESPECT THAT THIS IS SOMEONES HOME!!!!!

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