Created on 27 January 2017

Record Breaking Reel Streets

Well fans, it looks like we will break the record again this month.

In March '16  we were getting 71k files viewed per day, 2.21m in the month.

Currently Jan '17 we are at 75k files per day, so in six days we should have a new block busting, biggest, grandest, super colossial, humongous, mammoth, whopping  turnover.......EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!....2.26m 

Very well done you lot out there for continuing to send in snippits, pics, films, stills and the recent slab of “nows” by Cynthia and Lionel as well as ongoing work by the Three Wise Men and Peter, ably aided and assiduously assisted by an army of authentic adventurous amateurs Phil Bailey, Raymond Edwards, Dave Wilson, Stephen Dean, James Churcher and Nick Williams.

If I've missed out someone who added all the stills for a film in the last month, sorry, tell me who you are, it wasn't intentional.

Best wishes

John Tunstill.

Created on 20 January 2017

A plea from the Guvnor

In the last thirty days we have brought thirty new films to the site - one a day! We’ve identified a fair few previously unknown locations and added another 318 new comparison shots for your amusement, interest and education. That’s not too bad for a site run entirely by enthusiasts.
We’ve seen more visitors reaching the site too. In the last month our hits have totalled round 7000 a day with 17000 pages viewed every 24 hours. So we appear to be pretty popular.
But sadly, although our researchers and contributors cost nothing for their huge amount of time and effort, keeping Reel Streets on line does. 
Unfortunately, the revenue earned from small amount of advertising that we carry does not add up to the fees for servers and technical support.
We are free of pop-ups; we've avoided the intrusive 5 seconds of adverts that play before you can access the site; we've protected visitors from diversions to unwanted, malicious and possibly dangerous sites and daily we prevent attacks from hackers, crooks, phishers and the rest of the criminal on-line community.
All of our researchers and contributors put in a huge amount of work to bring Reel Streets to the world so please consider making a donation to help us continue.
Thank you for reading and enjoy Reel Streets. 
John Tunstill
Created on 18 January 2017

Latest Locations Resolved

A busy start to 2017, thank you all for resolving some of the many mysteries.

Johnny Nobody 032 – Peter Brown

Woman of Straw 012 – Ray Edwards

Oscar and Lucinda 010, 016 and 017 – Ray Edwards

Brandy for the Parson – 015 and 016 – Ray Edwards

Hound of the Baskervilles (1959) 001 to 007 – Martin Thomson

Flight of the Doves 035 to 037 – Finbarr McSweeney

Time Lock 004 – Greg Chapman

Elephant Man, The 008 – Pendar Sillwood

Enchantment 001 to 003 – Peter Brown

Life at the Top 020  - Mark -  Information

Let Him Have It 012 and 013 – Miles Holmes

Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Sq.,A 023a and 023b – David Ward – Confirmation

Blue Lamp, The 029 – Martin Green

Created on 13 January 2017

Brighton TV

If you live within the Brighton area of the UK it has been drawn to our attention that this station regularly shows a number of B&W British films. The service is available via Freeview 7 or Virgin Media 159. Its broadcast schedule can be viewed at Thanks to the Brighton Film Studios and their predecessors there have been quite a few films shot in the Brighton area, which is reflected by the number of times the Town is featured on Reel Streets.

Created on 03 January 2017

New Year Locations Identified

A Very Happy New Year to all. Thank you to everyone who has contributed in one way or another since whenever, it is your involvement that makes ReelStreets the website that it is, not least a source of resolving that quite popular question "where was that filmed?". Those of you that have any knowledge or involvement in websites will know that usage statistics are very questionable but they can be relied upon to at least give reliable trends. In this regard we are delighted to say 26th December 2016, yes, Boxing Day, was the heaviest days activity that we have, we believe, ever witnessed. That was followed by the 27th December. Was that to do with the films shown on TV, settle family "arguments" or just all our faithful followers having time to see if they could resolve an unknown. Whatever it was, thank you for your interest and for turning to Reelstreets.

The list of locations identified is much longer than usual, partly as a result of activity and partly as a result of the Season but thank you all for you valuable contribution.

Crooked Sky, The 021 to 023 – Peter Brown

Peeping Tom 004 – Ray Edwards

And the Same to You 003 – John Fenwick

Savage Messiah 027 – Rod Thornton

Man in the Moon 026 – Helen Warner

Lifeforce 004 – Greg Chapman

Hi-Jackers, The 003 and 020 to 023 – Greg Chapman

Silver Fleet, The 018 – Greg Chapman (Information)

Against the Wind 001a, 003, all the 006’s, 014b and 007’s plus 017’s – Ray Glenister

Hereafter 018 – Robert Ballantyne

Wedding Date, The 014 – Chris Moore

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory 034 – Dáire Kivleham

Family Way, The 010 – Paul A Weir. Information

Angela’s Ashes 006 – Fiona O.

Angry Silence, The 049 and 050 – Jonathan Horswell

Belles of St. Trinians, The 002 – Jonathan Horswell

Night Boat to Dublin 019 – Patricia Sennett. Information

Bulldog Breed, The 001a – Nicole Rosen. Information

Sweeney 2 039 and 040 –Alan Draghi

Plank, The (1967) 045 – Clive Abbey

Created on 27 November 2016

Latest Locations Identified

With thanks once more to the following contributors for solving those mysteries.

Escapement 010, 011, 012 – Gordon Thomson

Cloud Atlas 018 – Jules Ballantyne

Taste of Honey, A 078 – Andrew Botsford

Subterfuge 054 – Jonathan Horswell

80,000 Suspects 011 to 015,  023, 024, 047, 049, 053 and 054 – John Branston

Last Journey, The 019, 021, 022, 027, 028 and 031 – Jonathan Horswell

Night of the Eagle 018 – Clive Dawson


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