FILM : Holly and the Ivy, The
     . . .  9 filming location stills : 5 now location shots
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Holly and the Ivy, The 1952 Ralph Richardson, Celia Johnson, Margaret Leighton, Denholm Elliott, John Gregson, Hugh Williams London, Surrey
Director : George More O'Ferrall   Production Company : De Grunwald Productions, London Film Productions  Region : LONDON H-L,SOUTH EAST E-L

An English minister and his family reunited at Christmas time and remember their wartime experiences.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson with additional captures provided by Jules Ballantyne

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Holly and the Ivy, The - Children peer through department store windows as Christmas fast approaches. This rather dark and ill defined image may be Selfridges department store on Oxford Street W1.
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holiv001. Children peer through department store windows as Christmas fast approaches. This rather dark and ill defined image may be Selfridges department store on Oxford Street W1.

holiv001n. Proof that it is indeed Selfridges from Jules Ballantyne.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-12-2015)

Holly and the Ivy, The - A butcher's window displays turkeys for sale. Jules Ballantyne tells us that the Butchers were Joyce & Matthews at 110 Brompton Road in SW3. The premises have now been replaced and occupied by the Halifax bank.
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holiv002. A butcher's window displays turkeys for sale. Jules Ballantyne tells us that the Butchers were Joyce & Matthews at 110 Brompton Road in SW3. The premises have now been replaced and occupied by the Halifax bank.

holiv002n. Jules provides this comparison noting that the ornate roof-line reflected in the Butcher's shop window can still be seen in the redeveloped premises' window as the buildings opposite still stand.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-12-2015)

Holly and the Ivy, The - Lydia Moncreiff (Margaret Halstan) arrives at the Queen's Hotel to find an invitation to stay with Reverend Martin Gregory over the festive season. Outside 31 to 48 Albert Hall Mansions on Kensington Gore SW7 with the Albert Memorial in the left background.
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holiv003. Lydia Moncreiff (Margaret Halstan) arrives at the Queen's Hotel to find an invitation to stay with Reverend Martin Gregory over the festive season. Outside 31 to 48 Albert Hall Mansions on Kensington Gore SW7 with the Albert Memorial in the left background.

holiv003n. The same location, Memorial and post box by Jules Ballantyne.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-12-2015)

Holly and the Ivy, The - Lieutenant Colonel Richard Wyndham receives his invite at the United Services Club. Looking towards St. James's Palace from St. James's Street at the corner of Little St. James's Street in SW1.
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holiv004. Lieutenant Colonel Richard Wyndham receives his invite at the United Services Club. Looking towards St. James's Palace from St. James's Street at the corner of Little St. James's Street in SW1.

holiv004n. Jules captures the same view along St. James's Street.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-12-2015)

Holly and the Ivy, The - In Bloomsbury, the Postman delivers an invite to Miss Bridget Gregory. Museum Street in WC1 with the British Museum on  Great Russell Street in the background. The area was seen in 'Gumshoe', 'To The Devil a Daughter' and 'Night of the Demon'.
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holiv005. In Bloomsbury, the Postman delivers an invite to Miss Bridget Gregory. Museum Street in WC1 with the British Museum on Great Russell Street in the background. The area was seen in 'Gumshoe', 'To The Devil a Daughter' and 'Night of the Demon'.

holiv005n. Even the trees compare seasonally well in this shot from Jules Ballantyne.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-12-2015)

Holly and the Ivy, The - The family members make their way to Wyndenham in Norfolk for Christmas. Liverpool Street station in London EC2.
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holiv006. The family members make their way to Wyndenham in Norfolk for Christmas. Liverpool Street station in London EC2.

Holly and the Ivy, The - This shot might be presumed to be near to Shepperton Studios as the crew are unlikely to have taken their equipment too far for such a sequence.
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holiv007. This shot might be presumed to be near to Shepperton Studios as the crew are unlikely to have taken their equipment too far for such a sequence.

Holly and the Ivy, The - A prop signpost at a corner that may aid with identification of this location.
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holiv008. A prop signpost at a corner that may aid with identification of this location.

Holly and the Ivy, The - On compassionate leave, Michael Gregory makes his way  to his cousin’s Christmas celebrations. No doubt this is near to the two preceding shots , this time showing an electrical substation and what looks like overhead pylon wires.
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holiv009. On compassionate leave, Michael Gregory makes his way to his cousin’s Christmas celebrations. No doubt this is near to the two preceding shots , this time showing an electrical substation and what looks like overhead pylon wires.

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