I wonder if anyone can help me please....I am trying to research the various filming locations of the 1973 British film (by the Rank organisation) called "The Belstone Fox". The film is rarely seen now, although had a 2006 dvd reissue, albeit slightly cut. It starred Eric Porter and proved to be the inspiration for Disney's "The Fox & the Hound". It would appear the novel from which it was taken was based in Leics/Notts. I believe however there is a Belstone near Okehampton in Devon (which would tie in with the closing scenes of the film, which appears to be set on a Dartmoor Tor). The bulk of the film appears to be set in the Quantocks however...there is a clear view across Bridgwater Bay in one scene, plus a still from the film shows a 3 finger sign post pointing to North Petherton/Bridgwater/Bishops Lydeard. I have heard it said the church used was Over Stowey and the 'big house' was Barford. Does anyone remember the filming? I believe many locals were used as extras. Can anyone assist with the various main filming locations please, such as the main farmhouse/kennels, the railway scene (when the fox leads the hounds onto the track) etc etc.