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    Does anybody know where the house used for outside shots of Cartwright's house in Tragedy in three acts is located and/or its real name? The inside stuff was apparently shot at Eltham Palace. In the film it was named 'Crow's nest'. Thanks

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    And the theatre interiors were of course the fabulous Richmond Theatre.

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    name='adrianlee']Does anybody know where the house used for outside shots of Cartwright's house in Tragedy in three acts is located and/or its real name? The inside stuff was apparently shot at Eltham Palace. In the film it was named 'Crow's nest'. Thanks


    Not much of an help, but, ITV.com press centre says in relation to the episode, that the exteriors were shot in the south-west of England

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    name='HUGHJAMPTON']Not much of an help, but, ITV.com press centre says in relation to the episode, that the exteriors were shot in the south-west of England


    i'm sure i've seen it recently on a programme about art deco buildings and it was in cornwall?

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    The distant views of it showing its seaside location are CGI - I've certainly seen photos of it before and from memory it's in the Home Counties. I need to dig out Jeremy Gould's "The Modern House in England" but it's not to hand at the moment.

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    This is the capture








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    It's St Anns Court, St Anns Hill, Chertsey, Surrey, designed in 1937 by the Australian-born architect Raymond McGrath and recently restored by this firm:

    Munkenbeck and Partners Architects, MandP, architecture, architects, London

    http://www.bing.com/maps/#JndoZXJlMT...U4MTE2OTMyMzE=

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