Okay, not a lot of it is actually set in God’s own county (the clue’s in the title) and not a frame of it was shot there, but there’s no escaping the fact that John Landis’s classic comedy horror defines Yorkshire in the eyes of most filmgoers. It’s damp, unfriendly and insular, and you never know what’ll happen if you wander off on the moors…
How Yorkshire is it?
About as authentic as the Euston branch of Harry Ramsden’s, but still a great movie.
Most Yorkshire quote
‘’Ave you ’eard the one about the crashin’ plane?’