A large portion of the eight-part BBC One drama Around the World in 80 Days was recorded in two locations, namely South Africa and Romania, with the two nations serving as stand-ins for a variety of various locales throughout the globetrotting series.
Where was Mike Todd’s around the world in 80 Days filmed?
Mike Todd’s Across the World in 80 Days (1956) was filmed in a variety of locales around the world, including Los Angeles, Oklahoma, Colorado, London, France, Spain, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Japan.
Where was gone with the Wind filmed?
The exterior settings in Europe, Colorado, and Oklahoma were overseen by Associate Producer William Cameron Menzies, the brilliant production designer who storyboarded Gone With the Wind. Menzies was also in charge of the interior locations in Europe, Colorado, and Oklahoma.
Where was the Hound of the Baskervilles filmed?
It was only appropriate that the opening sequences be filmed in London, beginning with elegant Victorians strolling along Rotten Row, the riding road that runs around the southern boundary of Hyde Park. At Wellington Barracks, on the south side of Birdcage Walk in Westminster, the Scots Guard was videotaped during their ceremonial procession.
Where was the Scots Guard parade filmed?
At Wellington Barracks, on the south side of Birdcage Walk in Westminster, the Scots Guard was videotaped during their ceremonial procession. The encounter was allegedly captured using a concealed camera at a vegetable stall, according to reports. It’s a widescreen Todd-AO camera, therefore, disguised in a street kiosk on the Guards’ parade field, isn’t it. Hmm…