13 Sussex locations that star in blockbuster movies

Sussex has always been popular with filmmakers because of its amazing variety of landscape and buildings.

Monday, 1st April 2019, 10:20 am
Updated Tuesday, 9th April 2019, 12:17 pm
John C. Reilly as Oliver Hardy and Steve Coogan as Stan Laurel. Picture: Entertainment One SUS-190114-132601001

Here’s 13 of the top locations used in big screen hits. 16 of Sussex’s most haunted places

Petworth House and Park, West Sussex. Barry Lyndon, 1975. Elizabeth: The Golden Age, 2007. Maleficent, 2014. Mr Turner, 2014.
Leonardslee Gardens, Brighton Road, Lower Beeding. Black Narcissus, 1947.
Shoreham Airport. The Da Vinci Code, 2006. Woman In Gold, 2015.
Arundel Castle. The Madness of King George, 1994. Wonder Woman, 2017. The Young Victoria, 2009.
Parham House, Storrington, near Pulborough. Mary, Queen of Scots, 1971.
Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre. A View To A Kill, 1985.
Worthing. Wish You Were Here,1987. Stan & Ollie, 2018.
Gatwick Airport. A Hard Day's Night, 1964. The Inbetweeners Movie, 2011.
Eastbourne. Brighton Rock, 2010. Made in Dagenham, 2010.
Beachy Head. Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, 2004. The Living Daylights, 1987. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, 1968. Notes on a Scandal, 2006.
Seven Sisters. Robin Hood-Prince of Thieves, 1991. Mr Holmes, 2015.
Brighton. Brighton Rock, 1947. Carry On at Your Convenience, 1971. Quadrophenia, 1979. Mona Lisa, 1986. The End of the Affair, 1999. 20,000 Days on Earth, 2014.
The Bluebell Railway. A Room with a View, 1985. Miss Potter, 2007. 102 Dalmatians,