Historic Culver house and grounds are available for hire for film locations.  
This page, The Hound of the Baskervilles, shot at Culver in May 2002, to be transmitted in 2003
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Lime Walk ready for shooting film
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American Production Company, Cronkite Ward, filmed a number of scenes at Culver in May 2002. They were commissioned by the Discovery Channel. The network will be running a series on "Great Books" and the scenes, which were shot at Culver, feature "The Hound of the Baskervilles". 

Filming took place inside and outside the house, and the Library became Sherlock Holmes' Baker Street Study. The Lime Walk was used as the night time location for the famous scene, where Sir Charles Baskerville sees the famous Hound and collapses. The programme is due for transmission in 2003.

View through the eerie Lime Walk
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Film crew get ready for a take of Sir Charles (Camera-man Dennis Boni prepares for action, as Producer & Director, Pip Gilmour, looks on),

The Hound of the Baskervilles - Played by Meg (who looks harmless in daylight!),
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The film crew with owner of Culver, Gail Eden, and her month old daughter, Olivia. (The crew are from left to right, Julie Nadezna, Pip Gilmour, Dennis Boni and Scott Michnick, holding the Eden's dog, Margo).

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