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Starring: Robert Taylor (as Lancelot), Ava Gardner (as Guinevere), Mel Ferrer (as Arthur), Felix Aylmer (as Merlin), Anne Crawford (as Morgan Le Fay) and Stanley Baker (as Modred) Part filmed at Tintagel (and on Dartmoor, Devon)Buy this film, 'Knights of the Round Table', on DVD Never Let Me Go Philip Sutherland is an American news writer stationed in Moscow since the war; while there he falls for a Russian ballet dancer, Marya Lamarkins, who, he finds out, learned English because she fell in love with him. Filmed at Mullion (as the Russian harbour), Mevagissey and Newquay Buy this film, 'Never Let Me Go', on DVD The Master of Ballantrae Two noble Scottish brothers deliberately take opposite sides when Bonnie Prince Charlie returns to claim the throne of Scotland in order to preserve the family fortune. 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Little Water his moll Bikini and the rest of the gang escape to a Cornish island where they plan to hid out in a monestary disguised as Monks.With the police on their tail and the money running out however, Lamb is forced to make some terrible decisions. Part filmed at Camelot Castle Hotel, Tintagel (as St Kiaran's Reform School).Many of the young extras were pupils of Bodmin Comprehensive School.Some of the Cornish harbours, such as Mevagissey and Charlestown, have required very little adaptation to return them to an 18th century appearance. A panoramic view, showing wrecking tugs trying to haul the steamship 'Paris' off the Manacle Rocks on which she had been wrecked the day before. 1904 Scenes in the Cornish Riviera Black & white, silent film.Sponsored by the Great Western Railway as a promotional film for holidays in Cornwall.Cornwall has been a prime location for filming since 1899.Cornwall's rugged rural characteristics, with minimal modernisation, have been ideal for historical films. Paris'Short silent black and white documentary film.Buy this film, 'Lamb', on DVD 1986 Zina Zina, the daughter of Leon Trotsky by his first wife, is undergoing freudian analysis in Berlin in the 'thirties.Meanwhile Trotsky is in exile in Prinkipo having been driven from power by Stalin.