Big Ben polled ‘Most Iconic London Film Location’

November 14th, 2007 - 2:39 am ICT by admin  
The location where a scene in the 1978 thriller The Thirty Nine Steps starring Robert Powell was shot was followed by St Paul’s Cathedral where Mary Poppins was shot, reports Contactmusic.

Westminster Bridge (28 Days Later) and Piccadilly Circus (An American Werewolf in London) secured third and fourth respectively, in the survey conducted by cinema advertising company Pearl and Dean.

Number 10 Downing Street (Love Actually) rounded off the top five, at the fifth spot.

The list of top 10′ Most Iconic London Film Locations’ is as follows:

1. Big Ben (The Thirty Nine Steps)

2. St Paul’s Cathedral (Mary Poppins)

3. Westminster Bridge (28 Days Later)

4. Piccadilly Circus (An American Werewolf in London)

5. Number 10 Downing Street (Love Actually)

6. The Millennium Dome (The World is Not Enough)

7. Westminster Abbey (The Da Vinci Code)

8. Portobello Market (Notting Hill)

9. Covent Garden (My Fair Lady)

10. Borough Market (Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason) (ANI)]

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