Sarah's house is a house where Sarah Williams lives in the 1986 film Labyrinth. It is also home to her immediate family: father Robert Williams, stepmother Irene Williams and half-brother Toby Williams.
Structure[edit | edit source]
Sarah's house is a two-story Victorian house in New England, in a neighborhood with other houses similar to it.
The Williams' Hall[edit | edit source]
Robert and Irene's bedroom[edit | edit source]
Sarah's bedroom[edit | edit source]
Sarah's room is filled with a number of items feeding her imagination. She owns several fantasy books, including The Wizard of Oz, Snow White, Where the Wild Things Are, Alice in Wonderland, and Grimm's Fairy Tales, as well the games Judge Dredd, Dungeons & Dragons, Ludo, and a maze game resembling a labyrinth.
There are dolls that look quite a bit like Ludo, Sir Didymus, and one of the Fireys. Other decorations include a bookend that looks like Hoggle, and a statuette of Jareth. M. C. Escher's lithograph Relativity hangs on her wall along with posters for various musicals, including Cats and Evita. She also owns a collection of bears, her favorite of which is named Lancelot.
While in the junk yard outside the Goblin City, Sarah was led back to an illusory version of her room by the Junk Lady, only to discover that it was nothing but a trick to draw her away from finding her brother Toby.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- The exterior of Sarah's house was a set built on The Mound, part of the backlot of Elstree Studios; the interior scenes were filmed at Stage 3 at Elstree Studios.
- The final shot of the movie featuring Sarah's house was filmed on a model set complete with a matte painting at Elstree Studios.
- Sarah's room set measured approximately 12x20 feet, with a 3 foot wide door.
- The set for Sarah's room was built 4 feet off the studio floor to allow space for the puppeteers.