The Manor in the Movies
Scenes for feature films, such as Quatermass 2, Batman Begins, Maleficent, The Dirty Dozen, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film), Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker as well as the BBC America production Killing Eve, have been shot at Ivinghoe Beacon. Director Raymond Austin filmed the 1960s-1970's TV shows The Avengers, The New Avengers and The Saint in and around the village, which once also served as a set for the children's TV series ChuckleVision. The episode that was filmed in the village is titled Cross Country Chuckles.
The first Knight
Featuring Sean Connery and others. First Knight is a 1995 medieval film based on Arthurian legend, directed by Jerry Zucker. It stars Sean Connery as King Arthur, Richard Gere as Lancelot, Julia Ormond as Guinevere and Ben Cross as Malagant.
The film follows the rogue Lancelot's romance with Lady Guinevere of Leonesse, who is to marry King Arthur of Camelot, while the land is threatened by the renegade knight Malagant. The film is noteworthy within Arthurian cinema for its absence of magical elements, its drawing on the material of Chrétien de Troyes for plot elements and the substantial age difference between Arthur and Guinevere
First Knight Village
Built on Ivinghoe Beacon
The Saxon Village
It get burnt in the movie
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire at Ivinghoe Beacon
Even this movie had parts done at Ivinghoe Beacon