FILM : Much Too Shy
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Much Too Shy 1942 George Formby, Kathleen Harrison, Hilda Bayley, Eileen Bennett, Joss Ambler, Jimmy Clitheroe London
Director : Marcel Varnel   Production Company : Columbia British Productions  Region : LONDON M-N,SOUTH EAST M-Q

An artistic village handyman gets into trouble when his portraits of prominent local women are sold to an advertising agency.

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Much Too Shy - The morning comes to life as newspapers are delivered by Jimmy (Jimmy Clitheroe) in the village of Standstilton Green. Mmmm, it doesn't look promising for locations in this feature!
Much Too Shy

mutosh001. The morning comes to life as newspapers are delivered by Jimmy (Jimmy Clitheroe) in the village of Standstilton Green. Mmmm, it doesn't look promising for locations in this feature!

Much Too Shy - George Andy (George Formby) leaves the Somers' farm after carrying out his odd jobs for the morning.
Much Too Shy

mutosh002. George Andy (George Formby) leaves the Somers' farm after carrying out his odd jobs for the morning.

Much Too Shy - Arriving in Bloomsbury, George looks for the art college that he's read about in a newspaper. IMDB tells us that the production was filmed at Rock Studios in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire.
Much Too Shy

mutosh003. Arriving in Bloomsbury, George looks for the art college that he's read about in a newspaper. IMDB tells us that the production was filmed at Rock Studios in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire.

Much Too Shy - After he's cornered by the women of the village, George finds himself careering down a hill in his caravan. At last a location, in the countryside but a location nevertheless.
Much Too Shy

mutosh004. After he's cornered by the women of the village, George finds himself careering down a hill in his caravan. At last a location, in the countryside but a location nevertheless.

Much Too Shy - Ahead of the runaway caravan, a Gentleman pushing a bath-chair down the middle of the road turns to see disaster approach. Houses can be seen through the trees.
Much Too Shy

mutosh005. Ahead of the runaway caravan, a Gentleman pushing a bath-chair down the middle of the road turns to see disaster approach. Houses can be seen through the trees.

Much Too Shy - As the caravan closes in, the bath-chair and it's occupant are let go. More houses hiding behind the trees.
Much Too Shy

mutosh006. As the caravan closes in, the bath-chair and it's occupant are let go. More houses hiding behind the trees.

Much Too Shy - After scooping up the Gentleman, George's mobile home pursues the bath-chair.
Much Too Shy

mutosh007. After scooping up the Gentleman, George's mobile home pursues the bath-chair.

Much Too Shy - George and Jackie Somers end up together after he's found not guilty of selling risqué portraits. Finally, and it is the finale, a readily recognisable location. Outside The Royal Courts of Justice on Strand, London WC2.
Much Too Shy

mutosh008. George and Jackie Somers end up together after he's found not guilty of selling risqué portraits. Finally, and it is the finale, a readily recognisable location. Outside The Royal Courts of Justice on Strand, London WC2.

mutosh008n. Peter noticed a couple of changes around the entrance almost 75 years since the film was made.
(Modern Photo Added: 20-09-2016)

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