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Piru, California

Piru has been used for shooting countless film and television productions over the years, including ''Desert Fury'' (1947 (1947 in film)) starring Lizabeth Scott, John Hodiak and Burt Lancaster, with Mary Astor and Wendell Corey. Location scenes were shot with the northwest side of Center Street, at Main, used as the exterior of Fritzi Haller's saloon and casino; the Piru Mansion was used as the Haller home and the historic Piru bridge


St. Joseph, Missouri

of Wilson, Kansas. Location scenes included street and buildings on Main Street in White Cloud, Kansas, viewed from a distance from both sides of the Missouri River, and Hays, Kansas and Saint Joseph, Missouri. Dating the stories In a first-season episode Adams says the war has been over for five years (suggesting the first season takes place in 1870, although, in "The Major Adams Story", part 1, it is clear that Adams had taken trains west in previous years


Rotorua

. The exterior shots of the Hospital are filmed on location at the Waitakere Studios at an existing section of a building dressed up to appear as the facade of a hospital entrance. Location scenes are filmed in Auckland, but other locations, including Fiji, Mt Ruapehu, Rotorua and Rarotonga have been used. '''Mount Tarawera''' is the volcano responsible for new zealands largest dome


Nottingham

sitcom (British sitcom) starring Gwen Taylor in the title role. A pilot aired in 1995, and three series then aired from 1999 to 2003. It was made by Central Television (Central Independent Television), and filmed at their Lenton Lane studios in Nottingham in front of a live studio audience. The majority of location scenes for the series were filmed in various suburbs of Nottingham, including Mapperley and West Bridgford, with other scenes filmed around Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Despite winning awards and respectable viewing figures, it was axed by ITV in 2003. '''''Barbara''''' is a British (United Kingdom) sitcom (British sitcom) starring Gwen Taylor in the title role. A pilot aired in 1995, and three series then aired from 1999 to 2003. It was made by Central Television (Central Independent Television), and filmed at their Lenton Lane studios in Nottingham in front of a live studio audience. The majority of location scenes for the series were filmed in various suburbs of Nottingham, including Mapperley and West Bridgford, with other scenes filmed around Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Despite winning awards and respectable viewing figures, it was axed by ITV in 2003. '''The Five Boroughs''' or '''The Five Boroughs of the Danelaw''' were the five main towns of Danish (Vikings) Mercia (what is now the East Midlands). These were Derby, Leicester, Lincoln (Lincoln, Lincolnshire), Nottingham and Stamford (Stamford, Lincolnshire). The first four would later become county towns. British stage Morse was a member of repertory theatre companies in Peterborough, Nottingham, and other cities where he gained experience as an actor while playing more than 200 roles. In 1941 he joined the national tour of ''The First Mrs. Fraser'' starring Dame Marie Tempest (Marie Tempest) and A.E. Matthews. He debuted on the London West End stage in ''The School for Slavery''. Other West End (London West End) productions included ''Escort'', ''The Assassin'', and ''A Bullet in the Ballet''. He was directed by John Gielgud in ''Crisis in Heaven''. Morse developed a theatrical partnership with actress Nova Pilbeam and they worked together both in film and on stage, most notably in the hit stage productions of ''The Voice of the Turtle'' and ''Flowers for the Living''. '''Lowdham''' is a village in Nottinghamshire between Nottingham and Southwell (Southwell, Nottinghamshire). Lowdham is in the Newark and Sherwood district. '''St Ann's''' is an area of Nottingham, England, with a population of around 15,000 people (2005 figures). Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Nottinghamshire Nottingham Commons:Category:Nottingham


Blackpool

and a small production crew filmed scenes in Paris for Episode 3; exterior location scenes of the characters on holiday in Episode 6 were filmed on Lindisfarne, though the castle interiors were shot at Hoghton Tower. Tibballs, pp. 142, 165, 211. The second series also featured more visual effects; in Episode 5 Adam dreams about being chased by a giant testicle (which was computer-generated) and in Episode 6 a fireworks explosion was supervised by pyrotechnics experts. Tibballs, pp. 190, 217. The testicle dream scene drew mixed reaction. ''The Mirror (Daily Mirror)'' WikiPedia:Blackpool Commons:Category:Blackpool


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Northern Ireland

, Northern Ireland. Although produced by Granada Television as a TV film, it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on 16 January, a few days before its screening on ITV on 20 January, and then in selected London cinemas from 25 January. The production was written and directed by Paul Greengrass. Though set in Derry city, the film was actually shot in Ballymun in North Dublin. However, some location scenes were shot in Derry City, in Guildhall Square and in Creggan


United States

; and "''This is the way it was''." It was released in the United States in 1967. Location scenes filmed on the Canary Islands in the middle of winter, late 1965. http: www.tcm.com tcmdb title 85711 One-Million-Years-B-C- trivia.html type Turbofan national origin United States United Kingdom manufacturer General Electric (GE Aviation) Rolls-Royce plc United States In the United States, housing co-ops


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