Did You Know?
Press reviews and advertisments of screenings of "Hamlet" highlighted its outdoor scenes. The film was made so quickly, in one day's shoot of seven hours (save for the death of Ophelia filmed the next day), these scenes must have been staged in the grounds of Westmorland Lodge (later known as West Lodge), the large house that William Barker
had as a home and a site for Barker Motion Photography's studios. See more