Created on 18 August 2017

Pool of London 

Would the Mike that contacted us regarding this film please get in touch again and confirm his email address as all communications using variants of the one given have failed.

Thanks

 
Created on 15 August 2017

Locations Identified

Melody (aka S.W.A.L.K) 022 - Stephen Graham

Alfie Darling 053 - C Chanbars

Monty Python and the Holy Grail 027 - Jonathan Judd

Monsieur Ripois 043 – Ron Glenister

Not So Dusty 021 and 022 – Ian Hedgcock

Deadly Strangers 001 to 004, 012 to 015 - Richard Pearson

Catch Us If You Can 014 – Richard Pearson

 

Thank you all once more for your interest and for getting in touch.

 
Created on 08 August 2017

Earl Cameron - 100 Today

 Earl Cameron: Pool of London

Congratulations to Earl Cameron who celebrates his Hundredth Birthday today. He played in many films, some of which appear on our site; Pool of London, Flame in the Streets, Woman for Joe, Thunderball, Sapphire, etc. Well done that man! Thank you for contributing to our entertainment and our site.

Best wishes

Reel Streets

8th August 2017

 
Created on 06 August 2017

Latest Locations Identified

Blue Ice 014 – Neil Rigby

Place to Go, A 019 and 020 – Ron and Ray Glenister

Rome Express 006 – Peter Brown

Deadly Strangers 034 – Jonathan G

Au Pair Girls 006g – Phil h

Pink Floyd – The Wall 013 – Christopher Matheson

Monsieur Ripois 042 –Ray Glenister

Blue Lamp, The 064 – Ray Glenister

Without a Clue 005 and 006 – Gary York

Blue Lamp, The 057 – Ray Flight

Thousand Kisses Deep, A 002 – Jonathan Horswell

Once again, thank you all for your interest and for keeping us busy.

 
Created on 21 July 2017

Loseley Park , Guildford, Surrey

Contributors to Reelstreets will know that doing what we do can open up opportunities to head for areas that we would not normally consider or visit specific locations that we perhaps had never previously heard of. The latter certainly happened to me when covering The Counterfeit Gang and subsequently learning that Loseley Park and indeed the House, had featured in other films and a number of more recent TV productions. It transpires however, that many with a sweeter palate than mine have certainly heard of Loseley ice cream! Notwithstanding that some of the locations featured on our Site were “off piste” to a visitor I received a ready invitation to visit the property with a view to perhaps covering the appropriate spots. Whilst I have included our customary acknowledgement of assistance within the “now” shots I could not let the occasion pass without a wider THANK YOU to the More-Molyneux family who so readily showed their willingness to assist and for permitting me to upload pictures of the “private” aspects of the home. They, together with Joanna and Head Guide Jennie provided enthusiastic interest in the objectives of Reelstreets, the support and involvement of all is very much appreciated. In addition, Maggie and I had a thoroughly enjoyable and informative day in a very beautiful, peaceful setting, thank you all.

Richard

 
Created on 18 July 2017

Locations Identified

The length of this listing shows how busy we continue to be. Thank you all for your keen observations and for getting in touch.

Lavender Hill Mob, The 004k – Paul Mannas

Corridors of Blood 005 to 008 – Paul Canty

Barry Lyndon 026 – Alan Bourke

Never Let Me Go (1953) – Memory Header Section – Judi Simmons

Spare a Copper 015 and 016 – Tonyk

Blue Ice 021, 022, 023, 038 to 040 and 047– Neil Rigby

Blue Ice 035 and 036 - Christopher Matheson and Neil Rigby

Hidden City 027 to 029 – Peter Brown

Suspected Person 004 – Dave Buckley

Squibs 007 – Peter Brown

On the Night of the Fire 001 – Paul Fitzpatrick

Blue Ice 044 and 045 – Neil Rigby

Stud, The 019 to 021 – Christopher Matheson

Lifeforce 001 – Victor Grayson

Allez France! 011 to 013 – P J Brown

Spring in Park Lane 009 – Steve Cook

 

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