Three Men and a Little Lady

Date: 1990
Director: Emile Ardolino
Production Company: Touchstone Pictures, Interscope Comm, Silver Screen Partners

Stars: Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson, Robin Weisman, Nancy Travis, Christopher Cazenove, Fiona Shaw, Sheila Hancock, John Boswall, Jonathan Lynn
Location(s): Lancashire, London, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, USA

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Storyline:

In this sequel to ‘Three Men and a Baby’, Mary is now five years old and her mother, Sylvia, wants to find a ‘real’ father for her child – who is still living with the three bachelors: Peter (Tom Selleck), Jack (Ted Danson) and Michael (Steve Guttenberg). When Edward (Christopher Cazenove) proposes, Sylvia accepts – much to the fury of the three dads and Mary.

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The mini convoy of moving trucks being driven by Peter (Tom Selleck) moves along Columbus Circus, New York, NY 10019...

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and then it heads down Central Park West...

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Still heading up Central Park West...

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...and turns into West 76th Street. Nice to see that the first 4 shots are all geographically correct regarding their location to each other. Here we are only 11 blocks away from the building dubbed "spook show central" in the original 'Ghostbusters'.

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Peter (Tom Selleck), baby Mary, Michael (Steve Guttenberg) and Sylvia (Nancy Travis) prepare to enter their new place on 28 West 76th Street in Manhattan. Surprisingly for movie production generally, this is actually the street that we saw the trucks turn on to in the previous shot!

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Architect Tom Selleck prepares to open a new building at the Worldwide Plaza on 815 8th Ave in New York.

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The reverse angle shows buildings that seem to lie along W 49th Street. This view seems to have become a bit obscured from this location in recent years due to subsequent construction work.

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A familiar New York area establishing shot shows Manhattan Bridge.

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Mary (Robin Weisman) is taken to try her new school. She and Nancy Travis are walking along Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights. Hicks St. meets Cranbury Street in the foreground and Middagh Street in the background.

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Mary asks for an an unexpected menu item whilst they sit for lunch at the The Loeb Boathouse restaurant & bar in Central Park.

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The two girls go to 'wash their hands' at the The Loeb Boathouse restaurant & bar in Central Park.

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A busy evening in the theatre district. This is West 45th St in New York City.

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Sylvia walks to the theatre on West 45th St in New York where she is currently performing as the lead in 'Saint Joan', a play by George Bernard Shaw about 15th century French military figure Joan of Arc.

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Following the 'Mary rap' performance, early morning outside 28 West 76th Street in Manhattan street where Tom and Nancy are about to have acting practice.

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Tom gives Mary the chance to voice her displeasure about having to go with her mother and move to England as they walk along Pier 17 in Manhattan.

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Passing the end steps of Pier 17...

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...and sit down with Brooklyn bridge (closest) and the blue coloured Manhattan Bridge in the far background.

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Edward (Christopher Cazenove) assures Nancy that he can handle the resentment of the boys and walks off confidentally along 28 West 76th Street in Manhattan.

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Steve and Tom say goodbye to Mary and Nancy outside the house on 28 West 76th Street in Manhattan, as the two girls head for England.

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Their ride heads off up 28 West 76th Street in Manhattan towards Columbus Avenue.

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The grand building where wealthy stage director Edward (Christopher Cazenove) lives is Broughton Castle, a moated and fortified manor house near Banbury in North Oxfordshire UK. Little Mary is ready with the breakfast sarcasm.

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Now in the UK, Tom and Steve have hired a car (1988 Mini Mayfair MkV) and are driving to see Mary along a road just south of the village of Horley, just past the turning for Horley Scout Camp OX15.

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They get directions (or attempt to) from an old Englishman (Bryan Pringle) on a sheep infested but currently unidentified road. Most likely near Banbury. Actor Bryan Pringle also played a castle guard in Terry Gilliam's 'Jabberwocky' (1977).

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They trundle along an unidentified road (likely in the Banbury area), wondering if they should have called ahead.

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Mary sits alone on a garden step at her new UK home at Broughton Castle, near Banbury in the UK. Broughton Castle has been featured in many productions such as 'Shakespeare in Love' (1998) and 'The Madness of King George' (1994).

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Edward and Nancy try to present themselves as a happy functioning couple to their guests at Broughton Castle.

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The two boys in the mini finally arrive at Broughton Castle.

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They drive up towards the grand front face of Broughton Castle. The house was also used in 'Jane Eyre' (2011) and the BBC shot some of the mini series of 'Wolf Hall', a six-part series adaptation of two of Hilary Mantel's novels, Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies.

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Some of the guests are happy to see them in the garden of Broughton Castle.

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Fearing the worse for Mary, Tom and Steve decide to check out the academy that Edward plans to send their little one too. Although in the film it is called 'Pileforth Academy for Young Ladies', in reality it is actually Stonyhurst College in Stonyhurst, Clitheroe BB7 9PZ. It is around 170 miles away from their home at Broughton Castle!

Tom has the proof he needs but his mini has broken down. He heads along on foot. He is in the Burton Dassett Hills Country Park in south eastern Warwickshire, England. It was created as a country park in 1971 and is run by Warwickshire County Council.

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Steve Knight was able to capture the scene now, revealing that WCC has full control on change. (RL)

He spots a potential symbol of hope ahead...

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Steve provides this up to date shot that now, sadly, seems to have acquired Yellow Box Junctions. (RL)

A very British icon in the form of a red telephone box. All located in Burton Dassett Hills Country Park in south eastern Warwickshire, England (phone box doesn't seem to really be there in real life and so was mostly likely a prop).

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Well, the telephone box was not there when Steve visited. (RL)

The lustful but mis-guided school teacher Miss Lomax (Fiona Shaw) saves the day as she drives by in her 1970 Morris Minor.

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Steve captured cars more of the period. (RL)

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A cute little twist is being setup and to do this Steven Guttenberg drives Vicar Hewitt (Jonathan Lynn) to church from his home which is currently unidentified. Given the locations the production used, it is most likely in the Banbury area.

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Tom and Miss Lomax head towards the wedding along an unidentified road.

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and then turn down a currently unidentified road. Most likely in the Banbury area.

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A short cut plan having gone wrong, they get the help of a farmer (Ian Redford) in front of a currently unidentified farm.

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Meanwhile the guests are starting to arrive at St Mary's Church in the grounds of Broughton Castle near Banbury, Oxfordshire.

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And Steve Guttenberg delivers the original vicar at a currently unidentified location but has made an error. I'm not sure this shot is in the same location as the next shot, as the location geography does not seem to match.

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Steve chases after the Vicar in an attempt to avoid a disaster! They are running towards the front of All Saints Church, otherwise known as the Cathedral in the Hills and is in the small Burton Dassett Country Park, South Warwickshire.

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The two women have things playing on their minds as they leave the grand Broughton Castle.

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An emotionally conflicted Nancy and a clarity-seeing Mary ride by horse-drawn carriage out of Broughton Castle.

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And Tom rides the motorbike out of the cornfield and onto the road (which is currently unidentified).

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Following a neat little homage to the Great Escape, the chapel is in sight in the grounds of Broughton Castle.

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The mad rush is on with the extra vicar as they arrive at St Mary's Church in the grounds of Broughton Castle near Banbury, Oxfordshire.

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