36 things you may not know about Watford

Watford Observer: 36 things you may not know about Watford 36 things you may not know about Watford

What do you think of when you think of Watford? If you answered Watford FC, Elton John, Graham Taylor, Luther Blissett or John Barnes, you score ‘fair’.

If your thoughts turned to George Michael, Gerri Halliwell or Vinnie Jones, sorry, you get a ‘poor’ and shown the door.

If you want top marks, and the chance to wow your fellow pub quiz team members, then read on to learn 36 things you didn’t know about Watford’s hidden cultural history.

There are popes, royalty, iconic 70s rock bands, obscure TV references and a whole load more. Get ready to see your hometown in a whole new light. (And there is one about Elton John in there as well; we couldn’t resist.)

1. Maureen Lipman started her acting career at the Watford Palace. It was 1967, as a matter of fact.

2. Despite working with the likes of music heavyweights Emeli Sande, Cheryl Cole, Lily Allen and Sam Smith, Naughty Boy still lives in West Watford with his parents. His first recording studio was in their garden shed.

Watford Observer:

Naughty Boy

3. Characters Will McKenzie and Simon Cooper better known as half of the Inbetweeners, live in Edinburgh Drive, Abbots Langley.

4. EastEnders’ Carter family may have just moved to Walford, but they used to live in Watford.

5. Watford has strong links to the Fender Telecaster Bass. Barry Midford Millership requested the unique commission from EME in Queen’s Road, and the rest, as they say, is history.

6. School scenes from movie The History Boys were filmed in Watford Grammar School for Boys and Watford Grammar School for Girls.

Watford Observer:

Watford Grammar School for Boys

7. Comedian Robin Ince was born in Chenies village.

8. Watford was recently referenced in television sitcom Benidorm – When Donald and Jacqueline Stewart revealed to the Dyke family, who hail from St Albans, that they are part of the Watford Swingers’ Association.

9. Scenes from television show The Demon Headmaster were filmed in Rickmansworth and Sarratt.

10. Peep Show’s Super Hans aka Matt King was born in Watford.

Watford Observer:

Super Hans

11. Nick Leeson, who brought down Barings Bank, was a former pupil of Parmiter’s School.

12. Simon Le Bon, lead singer of Duran Duran, was born in Watford.

13. Mary Portas used to live in Bushey.

14. Former children’s laureate Michael Rosen attended Watford Grammar School for Boys in the 1960s.

15. Watford has made huge contributions to the printing industry. Rotary photogravure was a technique which was first used in Watford to reproduce very fine, high quality fine art prints and then it went on to be used to produce colour magazines. All the ladies’ colour magazines, like Woman’s Weekly and Woman’s Own, were all printed in Watford, as well as most of the colour supplements for the Sunday newspapers.

16. Watford played host to Herts Pride’s first county-wide event in August last year.

17. Melanie C aka Sporty Spice lived in Watford for a spell. Before fame beckoned that is.

18. Sue Cleaver, better known to Corrie fans as the put-upon Eileen Grimshaw, was born in Watford.

19. Comedian Eddy Brimson is a life long Watford FC fan. As is Elton John.

20. Paul Carrack of Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics fame lives in Chorleywood

21. The grand staircase of Cassiobury House was removed to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, when the house demolished in 1927.

22. The town hall’s interior staircase that sweeps up to the main council chamber is listed in its own right, as a prime example of Art Deco construction.

23. In the video for Elton John’s Step into Christmas, he holds up his Watford AFC supporter’s club membership card.

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24. Grade II protected Jackson’s Jewellers in The Parade is said to have its own ghost – a man in Elizabethan dress who passes through walls.

25. The One Bell pub, adjacent to St Mary’s Church, holds the oldest existing licence dating back to 1750.

26. Bushey church St James has been home to weddings, christenings and funerals for a number of EastEnders’ characters.

27. Kings Langley was the home of the makers of Ovaltine and the listed factory facade is now all that is left and still stands alongside the railway line among a new housing development. The Ovaltine factory itself has recently been converted into a series of flats and duplexes.

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28. In the 1960s, RAF Bovingdon was used in the production of four World War II films, The War Lover (1962); 633 Squadron (1964) The Battle of Britain (1968) and Mosquito Squadron (1969).

It was also used to film parts of the flying car scenes in the James Bond film The Man With the Golden Gun starring Roger Moore. On television it served as the location for at least one black and white episode of The Avengers The Hour That Never Was, starring Patrick Macnee and Diana Rigg featuring Gerald Harper and Roy Kinnear, as well as the 1980 Blake's 7 episode The Harvest of Kairos as the surface of the planet Kairos.

More recently Fury, starring Brad Pitt, is currently being filmed at Bovingdon Airfield.

29. The Who performed regularly in Watford and Carpenders Park in 1964, specifically The Trade Union Hall and The Mine.

30. Kings Langley was once the location of Kings Langley Palace, a royal palace of the Plantagenet kings of England. Now Rudolf Steiner School is set on the site of the palace.

31. The 12th century parish church of All Saints' houses the tomb of Edmund of Langley (1341–1402), the first Duke of York.

32. Pope Adrian IV, the only Englishman ever to have become Pope, was born as Nicholas Breakspear in Abbots Langley around the year 1100. Therefore, Abbots Langley village includes a number of roads named after its famous son (Adrian, Breakspear, Pope), and at one time included activities of the Brakspear brewery.

33. Watford is referenced in the following songs: The Prisoner by The Clash, Albion by Babyshambles, Lesson One by Just Jack, Watford John by Badfinger and I Love London by Crystal Fighters.

34. Kings Langley has been temporarily changed to Kings Landing to celebrate the latest DVD release of Game of Thrones.

35. Cartoonist Dum Doodles, who has been responsible for creating artwork for musicians including Stooshe and Chris Brown, is a former pupil of Rudolf Steiner.

Watford Observer:

Cartoonist Dum Doodles

36. Elton John performed his first gig at The Namaste Lounge Pub, Northwood Hills.

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10:13pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Annoyed again says...

Fact 36 - Elton John didnt perform his first gig at the The Namaste Lounge Pub in Northwood Hills, he used to play the piano in the Northwood Hills Hotel which in recent years has been taken over and is now The Namaste Lounge - more an indian restaurant than a pub. Calling playing the piano in a pub Eltons first gig is overstating it a little. This hole article about Watford is full of things such as this that didnt happen in Watford and to be honest I wish i could have the time back that I wasted reading it.
Fact 36 - Elton John didnt perform his first gig at the The Namaste Lounge Pub in Northwood Hills, he used to play the piano in the Northwood Hills Hotel which in recent years has been taken over and is now The Namaste Lounge - more an indian restaurant than a pub. Calling playing the piano in a pub Eltons first gig is overstating it a little. This hole article about Watford is full of things such as this that didnt happen in Watford and to be honest I wish i could have the time back that I wasted reading it. Annoyed again

11:36pm Fri 24 Jan 14

TRT says...

37. 1970 TV series UFO used footage of Watford extensively in several episodes (notably Confetti Check: A-OK for St Albans Road, Church Car Park and The Caledonian Hotel); indeed the area was and is still often used for location filming due to its proximity to several TV and film studios. See also "The Professionals - Killer With A Long Arm" for footage of The Parade looking surprisingly quite nice.

38. The parents of Rob in Nick Hornby's "High Fidelity" live on the Cassiobury. As he says he wants "...proof that my life my be grim and empty but not as grim and empty as life in Watford."
37. 1970 TV series UFO used footage of Watford extensively in several episodes (notably Confetti Check: A-OK for St Albans Road, Church Car Park and The Caledonian Hotel); indeed the area was and is still often used for location filming due to its proximity to several TV and film studios. See also "The Professionals - Killer With A Long Arm" for footage of The Parade looking surprisingly quite nice. 38. The parents of Rob in Nick Hornby's "High Fidelity" live on the Cassiobury. As he says he wants "...proof that my life my be grim and empty but not as grim and empty as life in Watford." TRT

11:37pm Fri 24 Jan 14

TRT says...

39. Oh, and recent BBC drama "The Fades" made extensive use of Watford as a location, notably The Dell, Riverside Park and Queen's School, Aldenham Road.
39. Oh, and recent BBC drama "The Fades" made extensive use of Watford as a location, notably The Dell, Riverside Park and Queen's School, Aldenham Road. TRT

11:38pm Fri 24 Jan 14

TRT says...

And have you forgotten "Barry from Watford"?
And have you forgotten "Barry from Watford"? TRT

11:38pm Fri 24 Jan 14

TRT says...

Croxley Script?
Croxley Script? TRT

7:50am Sat 25 Jan 14

Mad_Hat says...

The pub interior scenes in not-very-good horror movie The Calling, starring Laura Harris, were filmed in The Artichoke in Croxley (the exterior was a pub in Weymouth oddly enough).

http://imdb.com/rg/a
n_share/title/title/
tt0218067/
The pub interior scenes in not-very-good horror movie The Calling, starring Laura Harris, were filmed in The Artichoke in Croxley (the exterior was a pub in Weymouth oddly enough). http://imdb.com/rg/a n_share/title/title/ tt0218067/ Mad_Hat

9:28am Sat 25 Jan 14

Phil Cox (UKIP) says...

How any list could exclude Terry Scott, the great comedy actor, is beyond me. There's even a blue plaque on his house in Watford fields.

You also seem to have missed that wonderful eccentric Barbara Woodhouse, once seen never forgotten.
How any list could exclude Terry Scott, the great comedy actor, is beyond me. There's even a blue plaque on his house in Watford fields. You also seem to have missed that wonderful eccentric Barbara Woodhouse, once seen never forgotten. Phil Cox (UKIP)

10:01am Sat 25 Jan 14

crazyfrog says...

And in moor park you had the palace "manor of the more"that was owned by cardinal Wolsey given to him by king Henry vIII , Catherine of Aragon stayed there with him and Anne Boleyn, the grounds around would of been deer Hunting grounds for the king and others, hard to imagine Henry vIII hunting on a horse on land that is probably now the Holywell estate!
And in moor park you had the palace "manor of the more"that was owned by cardinal Wolsey given to him by king Henry vIII , Catherine of Aragon stayed there with him and Anne Boleyn, the grounds around would of been deer Hunting grounds for the king and others, hard to imagine Henry vIII hunting on a horse on land that is probably now the Holywell estate! crazyfrog

10:47am Sat 25 Jan 14

G_Whiz says...

And don't forget Episodes of the Avengers, Many parts of the Miss Marple movies, Randal and Hopkirk Deceased and Alan Partridge!

Great Article - Let's have more!
And don't forget Episodes of the Avengers, Many parts of the Miss Marple movies, Randal and Hopkirk Deceased and Alan Partridge! Great Article - Let's have more! G_Whiz

12:18pm Sat 25 Jan 14

MaryWatford says...

crazyfrog wrote:
And in moor park you had the palace "manor of the more"that was owned by cardinal Wolsey given to him by king Henry vIII , Catherine of Aragon stayed there with him and Anne Boleyn, the grounds around would of been deer Hunting grounds for the king and others, hard to imagine Henry vIII hunting on a horse on land that is probably now the Holywell estate!
Crazyfrog - I didn't know that - best fact about Watford that I have learnt in years. Thank you.
[quote][p][bold]crazyfrog[/bold] wrote: And in moor park you had the palace "manor of the more"that was owned by cardinal Wolsey given to him by king Henry vIII , Catherine of Aragon stayed there with him and Anne Boleyn, the grounds around would of been deer Hunting grounds for the king and others, hard to imagine Henry vIII hunting on a horse on land that is probably now the Holywell estate![/p][/quote]Crazyfrog - I didn't know that - best fact about Watford that I have learnt in years. Thank you. MaryWatford

10:25am Sun 26 Jan 14

theguitarman says...

No.5 re the Fender Telecaster Bass. I think not, he may have ordered one but the bass was designed by Leo Fender in the USA.

The Telecaster Bass was introduced in 1968 as a largely straightforward reissue of the 1951-style Precision Bass, and redesigned in 1972 with a large humbucking pickup. ( This is a direct quote form Fenders website by the way !)

This and it seems a lot of the items in this history of Watford seem to be a little tweaked. Next I suppose Watford Observer will tell us that it was Guinness who had the brewery in the lower high street.
No.5 re the Fender Telecaster Bass. I think not, he may have ordered one but the bass was designed by Leo Fender in the USA. The Telecaster Bass was introduced in 1968 as a largely straightforward reissue of the 1951-style Precision Bass, and redesigned in 1972 with a large humbucking pickup. ( This is a direct quote form Fenders website by the way !) This and it seems a lot of the items in this history of Watford seem to be a little tweaked. Next I suppose Watford Observer will tell us that it was Guinness who had the brewery in the lower high street. theguitarman

10:27am Sun 26 Jan 14

theguitarman says...

I missed this. The photo at the top of the article has a very nice photo of a Fender Bass which is a Precision Fretless. Not a Telecaster Bass.
I missed this. The photo at the top of the article has a very nice photo of a Fender Bass which is a Precision Fretless. Not a Telecaster Bass. theguitarman

3:55pm Sun 26 Jan 14

LSC says...

If you are going to include the surrounding area, which seems to be the case, the Masonic school in the Avenue, Bushey was used in many films and also more recently as a set in Little Britain. Of course, Elstree and Borehamwood figure in hundreds of productions due to the TV and film studios there.

Something to be really proud of: Bushey had an entire Goon Show penned by Spike Milligan in it's honour because of the actor A E Matthews who fought the council over a planning application for a post outside his house.
Somewhat relevant today in Bushey....
If you are going to include the surrounding area, which seems to be the case, the Masonic school in the Avenue, Bushey was used in many films and also more recently as a set in Little Britain. Of course, Elstree and Borehamwood figure in hundreds of productions due to the TV and film studios there. Something to be really proud of: Bushey had an entire Goon Show penned by Spike Milligan in it's honour because of the actor A E Matthews who fought the council over a planning application for a post outside his house. Somewhat relevant today in Bushey.... LSC

7:09pm Sun 26 Jan 14

Anunemus says...

You need to update your article.

Oscar (of 'Take Me Out' fame last night) is from Watford. Clear footage of the Essex Arms.

I'm proud to be from Watford...
You need to update your article. Oscar (of 'Take Me Out' fame last night) is from Watford. Clear footage of the Essex Arms. I'm proud to be from Watford... Anunemus

9:53pm Sun 26 Jan 14

Aussie Hornet says...

33 - Watford is also referenced in Grey Fluffy Clouds - https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=h2qSvqrC
NEk

Can't believe they missed it! "Watford, it's a very dull place you know". Love it! Watford and proud!
33 - Watford is also referenced in Grey Fluffy Clouds - https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=h2qSvqrC NEk Can't believe they missed it! "Watford, it's a very dull place you know". Love it! Watford and proud! Aussie Hornet

10:45am Mon 27 Jan 14

Suzanne - Watford says...

C.S. Lewis went to school in Langley Road, Watford (though he hated the school).
Derek Jarman had his first show in Watford Central Library.
Dirk Bogarde was a printing trainee here.
C.S. Lewis went to school in Langley Road, Watford (though he hated the school). Derek Jarman had his first show in Watford Central Library. Dirk Bogarde was a printing trainee here. Suzanne - Watford

10:58am Mon 27 Jan 14

Suzanne - Watford says...

John Le Carre had an unfortunate experience selling carpet in Clements - see “Sarratt and the Draper of Watford”

The composer Oliver Knussen grew up in Watford - see film of him aged 15 at http://www.movietone
.com/
John Le Carre had an unfortunate experience selling carpet in Clements - see “Sarratt and the Draper of Watford” The composer Oliver Knussen grew up in Watford - see film of him aged 15 at http://www.movietone .com/ Suzanne - Watford

11:40am Mon 27 Jan 14

croxley46 says...

Other omissions :-
1. Fanny & Johnny Craddock of cooking fame lived in a big house on the bend at the bottom of Grove Mill Lane.
2. Terry Scott also lived in Kenilworth Drive, Croxley Green.
3. Sir Stanley Rous , President of the F.A., was a teacher at Watford Boys Grammar School, and the Rous Stand at Watford was named after him.
4.Sir Andrew Davis, well-known orchestral conductor, attended Watford Boys Grammar.
5. Fred Housego (Mastermind champion) used to live in Durrants Drive, Croxley Green.
Other omissions :- 1. Fanny & Johnny Craddock of cooking fame lived in a big house on the bend at the bottom of Grove Mill Lane. 2. Terry Scott also lived in Kenilworth Drive, Croxley Green. 3. Sir Stanley Rous , President of the F.A., was a teacher at Watford Boys Grammar School, and the Rous Stand at Watford was named after him. 4.Sir Andrew Davis, well-known orchestral conductor, attended Watford Boys Grammar. 5. Fred Housego (Mastermind champion) used to live in Durrants Drive, Croxley Green. croxley46

11:53am Mon 27 Jan 14

TRT says...

And of course the Dad's Army link!
And of course the Dad's Army link! TRT

11:59am Mon 27 Jan 14

TRT says...

And the Sansom's booming watercress business - that and the paper industry were prevalent in the area due to the quality of the water. I wonder how it compares nowadays?
And the Sansom's booming watercress business - that and the paper industry were prevalent in the area due to the quality of the water. I wonder how it compares nowadays? TRT

2:56pm Mon 27 Jan 14

CaptainPC says...

It's a rubbish article in terms of journalism, but it is fun.

If you are including Bushey then there's the whole art school thing.

My favourite is that Hitler earmarked Watford town hall as the site of his address to the British people after an invasion....

The thinking being London was thoroughly conquered and the rest would follow.

Wonder if he would have replaced the fasces on the town crest with his own co-opted symbol of fascism?
It's a rubbish article in terms of journalism, but it is fun. If you are including Bushey then there's the whole art school thing. My favourite is that Hitler earmarked Watford town hall as the site of his address to the British people after an invasion.... The thinking being London was thoroughly conquered and the rest would follow. Wonder if he would have replaced the fasces on the town crest with his own co-opted symbol of fascism? CaptainPC

3:48pm Mon 27 Jan 14

mitch kings langley says...

I once left my sandwiches on a bus in Watford and they haven't been found to this day!
I once left my sandwiches on a bus in Watford and they haven't been found to this day! mitch kings langley

3:53pm Mon 27 Jan 14

TRT says...

And there's a connection to Brian Eno too. And possibly the Windows 95 sound, through him.
And there's a connection to Brian Eno too. And possibly the Windows 95 sound, through him. TRT

3:55pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Hampermill-Mike says...

mitch kings langley wrote:
I once left my sandwiches on a bus in Watford and they haven't been found to this day!
Yes they have, WBC have used them as the foundations for the new market.
[quote][p][bold]mitch kings langley[/bold] wrote: I once left my sandwiches on a bus in Watford and they haven't been found to this day![/p][/quote]Yes they have, WBC have used them as the foundations for the new market. Hampermill-Mike

4:07pm Mon 27 Jan 14

analyst99 says...

Then of course there was the Leslie Thomas book, The Tropic of Ruislip, about "Plummers Park" which was based on Carpenders Park, where he lived for a while in the 70s, and was inspired by the wife swapping parties that went on there... (I was at primary school with his son, I only found out about the parties later!)
Also, didn't Shirley Eaton of Goldfinger fame used to live in Oxhey?
Then of course there was the Leslie Thomas book, The Tropic of Ruislip, about "Plummers Park" which was based on Carpenders Park, where he lived for a while in the 70s, and was inspired by the wife swapping parties that went on there... (I was at primary school with his son, I only found out about the parties later!) Also, didn't Shirley Eaton of Goldfinger fame used to live in Oxhey? analyst99

6:20pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Lady Phillippa Of Staines says...

Who can forget dreamboat & International DISCO Superstar Carlos Fandango's appearances at the Carwash Disco's at the Colosseum ?
What great friday nites they were, sell outs every week, crowds of people who couldnt get in.....6 deep at the bar.....hot dancers from around the country.
Although he was from in a Puerto Rican orphanage he was taken in by the locals & made Watford is home......I hear he's returned of late with his disco revival to the 143 bar last friday of each month
Who can forget dreamboat & International DISCO Superstar Carlos Fandango's appearances at the Carwash Disco's at the Colosseum ? What great friday nites they were, sell outs every week, crowds of people who couldnt get in.....6 deep at the bar.....hot dancers from around the country. Although he was from in a Puerto Rican orphanage he was taken in by the locals & made Watford is home......I hear he's returned of late with his disco revival to the 143 bar last friday of each month Lady Phillippa Of Staines

8:03am Thu 6 Feb 14

SuperKav says...

There was a Doctor Who episode or fim scene shot in Croxley, the yellow brick road from the 2nd Wizard of Oz film was laid in Whippendell Woods, Grange Hill used to film street scenes in Leavesden Road opposite Colleys hairdressers, more recently the Channel 4 programme Drifters filmed many scenes outside Oceana showing the pond as it used to be. The Professionals filmed all around Watford, Sarrat and Chipperfield with some episodes inside the grounds of the old Brewery. Fanny Craddock filmed several shows from the Dower House on Grove Mill Lane.
The Grove Mill on Grove Mill Lane has had a mill on the site since the doomsday book, the X Factor was filmed at The Grove, not forgetting Harry Potter at Leavesden Studios as well as All You Need Is Kill. The list goes on :)
There was a Doctor Who episode or fim scene shot in Croxley, the yellow brick road from the 2nd Wizard of Oz film was laid in Whippendell Woods, Grange Hill used to film street scenes in Leavesden Road opposite Colleys hairdressers, more recently the Channel 4 programme Drifters filmed many scenes outside Oceana showing the pond as it used to be. The Professionals filmed all around Watford, Sarrat and Chipperfield with some episodes inside the grounds of the old Brewery. Fanny Craddock filmed several shows from the Dower House on Grove Mill Lane. The Grove Mill on Grove Mill Lane has had a mill on the site since the doomsday book, the X Factor was filmed at The Grove, not forgetting Harry Potter at Leavesden Studios as well as All You Need Is Kill. The list goes on :) SuperKav

9:01pm Thu 6 Feb 14

Tony calzone says...

A film called Rentadick from about 1971 was filmed in watford. This was a comedy about a private eye, with an office in Carey place at the back of the New Penny disco. There were scenes filmed on Exchange rd before the flyover was built, Imperial way in a petrol station and Park ave bushey. Although not much of a movie, it is interesting for these old views. This film is available on DVD.

Also episodes of the Avengers in black and White we're filmed in theGrove and Edgegrove school Aldenham.
A film called Rentadick from about 1971 was filmed in watford. This was a comedy about a private eye, with an office in Carey place at the back of the New Penny disco. There were scenes filmed on Exchange rd before the flyover was built, Imperial way in a petrol station and Park ave bushey. Although not much of a movie, it is interesting for these old views. This film is available on DVD. Also episodes of the Avengers in black and White we're filmed in theGrove and Edgegrove school Aldenham. Tony calzone

9:17pm Thu 6 Feb 14

TRT says...

The dr who film in Croxley was stock footage of an ambulance at Two Bridges roundabout used the the final Sarah Jane episode The Hand of Fear.
The dr who film in Croxley was stock footage of an ambulance at Two Bridges roundabout used the the final Sarah Jane episode The Hand of Fear. TRT

9:20pm Thu 6 Feb 14

TRT says...

I believe that the same footage was used in Angels but I've been unable to confirm that as Angels has only recently become part released on DVD. And what an excellent series that was. Loved the theme music. And talking of music... The Colluseum has been the site of many film score recordings.
I believe that the same footage was used in Angels but I've been unable to confirm that as Angels has only recently become part released on DVD. And what an excellent series that was. Loved the theme music. And talking of music... The Colluseum has been the site of many film score recordings. TRT

5:50pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Arthur says...

For years and years Eastenders used St John's Church in Sutton Road as a location shoot, notably Alfie's wedding and the punch afterwards in Sutton Road along with Ian Beale's wedding and many many more................
.. and the bonus is St John's is actually right in the middle of Watford not somewhere else.
For years and years Eastenders used St John's Church in Sutton Road as a location shoot, notably Alfie's wedding and the punch afterwards in Sutton Road along with Ian Beale's wedding and many many more................ .. and the bonus is St John's is actually right in the middle of Watford not somewhere else. Arthur

8:59am Wed 19 Feb 14

dhampton says...

Moor park was used for the golf scene in Goldfinger
Moor park was used for the golf scene in Goldfinger dhampton

9:33am Wed 19 Feb 14

TRT says...

dhampton wrote:
Moor park was used for the golf scene in Goldfinger
"Your jchoking."
[quote][p][bold]dhampton[/bold] wrote: Moor park was used for the golf scene in Goldfinger[/p][/quote]"Your jchoking." TRT

12:10pm Thu 20 Feb 14

Mattcoe88 says...

Watford Colosseum was used as a location to record the soundtrack to the Lord Of The Rings, the Sound of Music, AND the Star Wars Trilogies....
Watford Colosseum was used as a location to record the soundtrack to the Lord Of The Rings, the Sound of Music, AND the Star Wars Trilogies.... Mattcoe88

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