FILM : What a Carve Up!
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
What a Carve Up! 1961 Sidney James, Kenneth Connor, Shirley Eaton, Dennis Price Buckinghamshire, Middlesex
Director : Pat Jackson   Production Company : New World Films Ltd  Region : SOUTH EAST R-Z

To claim his inheritance, a beneficiary must spend the night in the ancestral home with the rest of his relatives, but before long the guests begin to drop dead.

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Also known as 'No Place Like Homicide!' (US Title)

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What A Carve Up [1961] [DVD]

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What a Carve Up! - What a Carve Up! What a shame, only two locations and this is one of them.
What a Carve Up!

whcaup001. What a Carve Up! What a shame, only two locations and this is one of them.

What a Carve Up! - Outside the station, Sid Butler (Sid James) and Ernie Broughton (Kenneth Connor) get a lift . . . in a hearse. More than likely a studio set.
What a Carve Up!

whcaup002. Outside the station, Sid Butler (Sid James) and Ernie Broughton (Kenneth Connor) get a lift . . . in a hearse. More than likely a studio set.

What a Carve Up! - Towards the end of the film, the mansion is seen in the morning light. Andrew Mitchell recognised that the mansion is Taplow Court in Buckinghamshire which was also seen in 'Night of the Eagle' and adds
What a Carve Up!

whcaup003. Towards the end of the film, the mansion is seen in the morning light. Andrew Mitchell recognised that the mansion is Taplow Court in Buckinghamshire which was also seen in 'Night of the Eagle' and adds "My father worked at Taplow Court from the 1960s to the 1980s and always used to point out shots of the house when it appeared in films."

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