Carnival

Date: 1946
Director: Stanley Haynes
Production Company: Two Cities Films

Stars: Sally Gray, Michael Wilding, Stanley Holloway, Bernard Miles, Hazel Court
Location(s): Cornwall, London

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Storyline:

A young dancer from a humble background is courted by many men before being trapped into a loveless marriage with a Cornish farmer.

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Calling to her daughter, Florrie Raeburn (Catherine Lacey) leaves the basement flat where her husband rocks their new baby Mae. Nice railings . . . but where can they be found?

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A young Jenny 'Pearl' Raeburn dances to a Hurdy Gurdy in the street.

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After their wedding Charlie Raeburn (Stanley Holloway) bids farewell to his daughter Jenny Pearl (Sally Gray) and her new husband Zachary Trewhella (Bernard Miles).

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The carriage departs, taking the newly weds away . . . . to a life of hard work for Trewhella and misery for Jenny.

On a Cornish Sunday, parishioners arrive at chapel.

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Lionel and Cynthia Sear admit that finding this was a "stroke of luck", but it is said that we make our own luck! Trethewey Wesleyan Chapel near St Levan on the B3315. (RL)

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Frank 'Fuzz' Carsington (Michael Clarke) visits his old friend Jenny which causes her husband to become fiercely jealous. Facing Logan Rock at Pednvounder beach. The area is seen in ‘Naked as Nature Intended’, ‘The Young Lovers’ and ‘Night of the Eagle’.

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John Scott provides this shot of the location adding that the rock to the middle left of the image.

While the two sisters go bathing, Mae Raeburn (Hazel Court) spots Jenny's former lover, Maurice Avery, walking along the beach.

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Lionel and Cynthia once again risk life and limb for us, the footpath that leads down to Pedn Vounder Beach looking towards the Minack Theatre. (RL)

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