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The Beehive, Buntingford, Herts - stop off for The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

The Black Prince, Kennington - played the famous pub fight scene of the film Kingsman.

The Black Swan, Ockham - was the scene of the horror movie An Americaan Werewolf in London.

The Blind Beggar - a pub in the east end of London where murder was committed by The Krays

Crosslands, Glasgow - showed Begbie going mad in Trainspotting.

The Crown, Stony Stratford - played a part in the great cult film Withnail & I.

The Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell - used by Lenin & Stalin and the film Notes on a Scandal.

The Dog & Duck, Soho - George Orwell authour of 1984 and Animal Farm fame spent time here.

The Dove, Hammersmith - Charles II and his mistress Nell Gwynne were inbibers here.

The Eagle and Child, Oxford - watering hole of JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis

Ellangowan Hotel, Creetown - the site for another cult film The Wicker Man.

The French House, Soho - meeting place of General de Gaulle and members of the french resistance 

The Gardeners Arms, Letchworth - a Pegg & Frost film The World's End (the final pub).

The George Inn, Borough High Street - very old pub mentioned in Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens.

The Globe - Lovely pub opposite the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden where Alfred Hitchcocks film Frenzy was shot starring Barry Foster as the lead. 

Jolly Gardeners, Lambeth - Guy Richie film The Snatch showed some violent scenes here.

The Lamb & Flag, Covent Garden - famous for bare-knuckle fighting, C. Dickens & John Dryden the poet. 

The Magdala, Hampstead - where Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged shot David Blakely.

The Royal Oak - scene of Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels set in Columbia Road flower market.

The Punch Bowl, Mayfair - a Guy Richie pub famous for Fish & Chips + 1/2 bottle of Krug for £75.00.

The Royal Standard, Beaconsfield - had some fun action in the film Hot Fuzz with Pegg & Frost.

Salisbury Hotel, Haringay - scary scenes in The Long Good Friday with Bob Hoskins.

Shiregreen WMC, Sheffield - was the place for The Full Monty strip.

The Spaniard's Inn, Hampstead - favoured by John Keats and Lord Byron.

The Star & Garter Hotel - the film Brighton Rock with Pinkie (Richard Attenborough) was the leader of a local razor gang.

The Star Tavern, Belgravia - where  a gang of crooks planned the Great Train robbery.

The Victoria Comet, Newcastle - entertained Michael Caine in Get Carter.
Walmer Castle, Notting Hill - jointly owned by David Beckham and Guy Richie.

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese - nearby neighbour Dr. Samuel Johnson used this pub.

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