Archive for the ghost and mrs muir house

Builder Rekindles Inner Child

Posted in Movie Houses with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 17, 2012 by Christine Haskell

Thanks Mary for this wonderful addition to the Ghost and Mrs. Muir posts!!! I tried to look around for interior shots – what a wonderful project she undertook. I wish I could have seen it in person.

Your response to the posts on floor plans, here.

Bangor Woman has built three dollhouses, the latest: The Ghost And Mrs. Muir

Saving a seat for you,

Gull Cottage Dollhouse

Posted in Movie Houses, set design with tags , , , , , , , , on November 17, 2012 by Christine Haskell

A while ago I provided the floor plans for Gull Cottage. Here is an article on a doll house version.

“As seen in the October, 2005 issue of Doll House and Miniature Scene.
Gull Cottage from “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” is revisited, and Dan’s portrait of Captain Gregg appears throughout the article and on the cover.”

"He took me unaware!" "My dear, since Eve picked the apple, no woman 's ever been taken entirely unawares."

“He took me unaware!”
“My dear, since Eve picked the apple, no woman ‘s ever been taken entirely unawares.”

Movie Real Estate: Yes Virginia, There Really Is a Gull Cottage

Posted in Movie Houses with tags , , , , , , , on December 8, 2009 by Christine Haskell
Set in England, the coastal location is Stillwater Cove Regional Park in Sonoma County on the Monterey Peninsula, northern California. The 210-acre park, which includes a campground, is about 16 miles north of the town of Jenner on Highway 1.
The cottage resides in Montecito, California, shouldered between condominiums, and minus the lion statues on the porch, the ship’s wheel on the balcony, and the widow’s walk on the roof. Many of the interior scenes in the television series were shot in the house, and the rest were filmed at Twentieth Century Fox. On-location filming for the 1947 film took place in Monterey County, however this was limited to exterior shots:
Exterior scenes by the house were filmed in Big Sur. A six minute segment was filmed in and around Stillwater Cove in Pebble Beach. These include scenes on the beach, on the bluff overlooking the beach, and on the golf course (shown in the film as a horse pasture). There is also a very brief shot of the shoreline near Cypress Point and a few additional brief shots of waves crashing on rocks.
Information compiled from: the Monterey County Herald, Monterey County Film Commission, Leonard Maltin’s Movie and Video Guide, the Internet Movie Database, and other sources.

Saving a seat for you,

Christine

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