A LIST has been produced of the most popular movies ever to be filmed in Yorkshire – and Keighley and Haworth have starring roles in the compilation.

Information from film and TV online database IMDb and review site Rotten Tomatoes has been analysed to create the Yorkshire top 20.

Eighth in the popularity parade is Downton Abbey, which used locations including Keighley's Dalton Mills.

At number ten is Pink Floyd-The Wall, filmed partly on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.

The Meaning of Life, whose locations included Keighley and East Riddlesden Hall, features at 13.

In the charts at 17 is Official Secrets, which again saw the Worth Valley line used for scenes.

Haworth also featured in the film, as it did in Jane Eyre, which made the list at number 20.

The data was collated by holiday accommodation firm Wheelwrights York.

A spokesperson said: "With historic buildings and incredible scenery, Yorkshire has plenty to offer directors looking for the perfect filming location. It’s no surprise that the county has featured in hundreds of films."

The table was compiled using a combination of viewer rankings from across IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes, together with box office figures.

Top of the Yorkshire-wide pile was The King's Speech, whose filming locations included Elland Road Stadium in Leeds and Odsal Stadium, Bradford. The film made £347.2 million at the box office over its opening weekend, and gained a 92 per cent score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Second was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part 1, which featured Malham Cove.

Films that finished outside the top rankings, but in the leading 100, included the classic 1970 version of The Railway Children, at number 60. It was shot locally and helped catapult the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway to stardom.

Sequel The Railway Children Return made number 84, and Yanks – also shot on the Worth Valley line – was at 82.

The full top 20 is: 1 The King's Speech, 2 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part 1, 3 The Princess Bride, 4 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 5 Billy Elliot/Barry Lyndon, 6 Paddington 2, 7 Stardust, 8 Downton Abbey, 9 Atonement, 10 Pink Floyd-The Wall, 11 Darkest Hour, 12 National Treasure (2016), 13 The Meaning of Life, 14 Ip Man 4, 15 A Monster Calls, 16 The Full Monty, 17 Official Secrets, 18 Chariots of Fire, 19 The Dark Crystal and 20 Jane Eyre.