The High Street was used for the scene where Inspector Clifford and Natalie are chatting.
These buildings now house the Rohald Dahl Museum. Dahl’s house ‘Gypsy House’ in Great Missenden and one day a year they open the garden to visitors where you can see his famous writing hut and gypsy caravan.
NEW (19 Jul 2020) The parade of shops along Station Approach was used for the scene where Natalie is walking to the motel.
Great Missenden church (Church Lane) was used for the funeral scenes.
The BMI Chiltern Hospital was used for the location of Mrs Henska’s house and also for the building opposite when Natalie and Clifford arrive to see Mrs. Henska. The location has changed significantly since filming. The building was once Little Missenden Abbey. Many thanks to Julian Manhood who discovered this location.
As you head out of Missenden towards Wendover, you will find the location used for the beginning of the road rage incident.
The house that Graham goes to retrieve the stolen Charlie Boy is opposite the T-Junction above.
Later on in the road rage scene, Rignall Road is used. This road leads to Butlers Cross where you will pass the UK’s Prime Ministers residence Chequers.
Norman Shenley’s estate agency was located in the centre of Great Missenden, at the bottom of the hill (Station Approach) leading down from the railway station. The shop is now a Barbers and next door is an actual estate agents.
The Two Faces of Evil
Just out of Great Missenden as you head towards Chesham up Frith Hill/Chesham Road is the T-Junction when Janet and her son drive to the hospital.
Great Missenden public car park was used for the hospital car park scene.