Many of the National Trust's properties and protected areas have been used as filming locations. This quiz gallery is for real film buffs, but we're sure most of you have seen the films and can play along too. We've made this gallery as part of our White Cliffs of Dover appeal month.
Lavenham in Suffolk
Like so many National Trust locations in England, the Harry Potter franchise has shot here too. But the mysterious village of Lavenham has actually been used as a filming location since the early 1960s.
There are two Lavenham-based films that spring to mind for us. The first is a Vincent Price movie from the 1960s, and the second was made by one of the 1960s most famous couples...
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