FILM : Murder Ahoy
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Murder Ahoy 1964 Margaret Rutherford, Stringer Davis, Charles 'Bud' Tingwell, Lionel Jeffries, William Mervyn Buckinghamshire, Cornwall, Hertfordshire
Director : George Pollock   Production Company : Lawrence P Bachmann Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British  Region : SOUTH EAST M-Q,SOUTH WEST

Amateur sleuth Miss Marple investigates a string of deaths aboard a ship being used for the rehabilitation of young criminals.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson location identifications and now shots by Nick Williams

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Murder Ahoy [1964]

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Murder Ahoy - Miss Jane Marple (Margaret Rutherford) makes her way through Milchester. In reality this is Village Road, Denham in Buckinghamshire.
Murder Ahoy

murah001. Miss Jane Marple (Margaret Rutherford) makes her way through Milchester. In reality this is Village Road, Denham in Buckinghamshire.

Murder Ahoy - The amateur sleuth enters an outfitters. Village Road in Denham has featured in many productions including ‘The Square Peg’, 'Jumping for Joy', ‘Great Day’ and ‘Made in Heaven’.
Murder Ahoy

murah002. The amateur sleuth enters an outfitters. Village Road in Denham has featured in many productions including ‘The Square Peg’, 'Jumping for Joy', ‘Great Day’ and ‘Made in Heaven’.

Murder Ahoy - Kitted out in her Naval uniform, Miss Marple heads to a meeting of the Cape of Good Hope Trust. Looking south-eastward on High Street in Amersham, Buckinghamshire.
Murder Ahoy

murah003. Kitted out in her Naval uniform, Miss Marple heads to a meeting of the Cape of Good Hope Trust. Looking south-eastward on High Street in Amersham, Buckinghamshire.

murah003n. The same street captured by Nick Williams.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-02-2009)

Murder Ahoy - Chief Inspector Craddock (Charles Tingwell) and Sergeant Bacon (Terence Edmond) watch as the elderly spinster passes them outside the police station. High Street in Amersham Old Town.
Murder Ahoy

murah004. Chief Inspector Craddock (Charles Tingwell) and Sergeant Bacon (Terence Edmond) watch as the elderly spinster passes them outside the police station. High Street in Amersham Old Town.

murah004n. Not really a Police Station, but the decorative bargeboards are a giveaway. Image by Nick Williams.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-02-2009)

Murder Ahoy - Jane Marple enters Milchester House. Piers Place on Amersham High Street. Looking the other way, this building played the police station in ‘Murder at the Gallop’.
Murder Ahoy

murah005. Jane Marple enters Milchester House. Piers Place on Amersham High Street. Looking the other way, this building played the police station in ‘Murder at the Gallop’.

murah005n. Nick Williams admits that it's not the right angle but it is definitely the same building.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-02-2009)

Murder Ahoy - Following the sudden death of a trustee, Miss Marple returns to Milchester House to search for clues.  At first sight this appears to be looking along Cherry Lane onto High Street in Amersham. However, it is highly likely to be in the studio as there is no evidence of this style or placement of windows in the wall of Piers Place or the stairway ever existing.
Murder Ahoy

murah006. Following the sudden death of a trustee, Miss Marple returns to Milchester House to search for clues. At first sight this appears to be looking along Cherry Lane onto High Street in Amersham. However, it is highly likely to be in the studio as there is no evidence of this style or placement of windows in the wall of Piers Place or the stairway ever existing.

murah006n. This picture from Nick shows the side of Piers Place.
(Modern Photo Added: 22-02-2009)

Murder Ahoy - Chief Inspector Craddock and his Sergeant encounter Miss Marple as she leaves the building with a sample of the victim’s snuff. Although the background looks correct, there are slight inconsistencies that suggest that this is a set with a mock-up of the High Street as the background.
Murder Ahoy

murah007. Chief Inspector Craddock and his Sergeant encounter Miss Marple as she leaves the building with a sample of the victim’s snuff. Although the background looks correct, there are slight inconsistencies that suggest that this is a set with a mock-up of the High Street as the background.

Murder Ahoy - Bringing a bottle of sulfuric acid, Jim Stringer (Stringer Davis) cycles along Milchester’s Old Pasture Lane. In reality, Village Road, Denham with the bridge over the River Misbourne to the right.
Murder Ahoy

murah008. Bringing a bottle of sulfuric acid, Jim Stringer (Stringer Davis) cycles along Milchester’s Old Pasture Lane. In reality, Village Road, Denham with the bridge over the River Misbourne to the right.

Murder Ahoy - Mr. Stringer knocks at the door of the cottage where Miss Marple is waiting. Misbourne Cottage on Village Road in Denham, Buckinghamshire.
Murder Ahoy

murah009. Mr. Stringer knocks at the door of the cottage where Miss Marple is waiting. Misbourne Cottage on Village Road in Denham, Buckinghamshire.

Murder Ahoy - Miss Marple and Mr. Stringer arrive at the coast. Facing Grove Hill from The Quay in St. Mawes, Cornwall located by Al Brown.
Murder Ahoy

murah010. Miss Marple and Mr. Stringer arrive at the coast. Facing Grove Hill from The Quay in St. Mawes, Cornwall located by Al Brown.

murah010n. Brian Nielsen submitted this image of the location. Image copyright Google Streetview.

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