Created on 31 July 2016

Summer Time, When the Snapping is Easy

Well, location enthusiasts, what a rotten summer, but obviously many of you have found time to investigate movie sites, the real streets and the actual locations, rather than the on-line collections. 

A rapid count shows that in the last thirty days about 130 films have been upgraded with recent location shots depicting some of the many changes which have been made since the original movies were made. Quite apart from the usual suspects, a goodly number of you have actually taken to the streets with your box Brownies and taken a snap, or three. Thank you all. 

For the rest of you "pomme de faineant", or even "patate de sofa", couch potatoes; and you can imagine how well I fared in my French and Latin GCEs! Get off the chaise-longue, stow the beer and crisps for later and get out into the cool streets to record those places that you know about, but that not many others do.

If you can't raise yourself, have a go at Google, and see if you can identify an unknown location with their street views. And, if you can't do that, please just send us £10.00 via PayPal to pay for some of our shoe leather.


Happy viewing.

Created on 28 July 2016

The Latest Locations Identified

Here are some "knotty" ones resolved and a background story.

Place to Go, A 007a and 007b – Jeff Clarke

Girl on Approval 007 – Paul Canty

Stranger in the House 019 – John Eagle (Background story)

Comfort and Joy 049 – Bob Buchanan

Last of the Blonde Bombshells 001 to 004 – Neil Rigby

Alphabet Murders, The  016 to 018 – Stephen Dean

Once again, thanks, we really appreciate the information, always a great help.


Created on 21 July 2016

Location Updates

Last of the Blonde Bombshells, The 006 to 008 012, 020 to 023 and 027 to 029 – Neil Rigby

Shop at Sly Corner, The 009 and 010 – Peter Brown

Miranda 004 and 011 – Jules Ballantyne

Meet Mr Callaghan 010 – Jules Ballantyne

Thanks to each of you once again for resolving some of those mysteries that have been bugging us and occupying our time.

Created on 10 July 2016

And Another Batch!

Only five days on and we have another fine set of locations identified or information to help:

I Give it a Year 003 – Simon Williams

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger 024, 034 and 035 – Neil Rigby

Nuts in May – Play for Today  019 to 023 – Nick Dellow

Till Death Us Do Part 010 – Frank F

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 021 – Mark F

So Well Remembered  015, 024 and 026 – Kathy Swainston

Man Who Never Was, The 007a to 007d

Thank you each once again, keep them coming!

Created on 05 July 2016

More Locations Identified

Well, things are happening apace at the moment and quick on the heals of the last listing here is the latest:

Nightmare 003 and 004 – Jon Horswell

Weapon, The 021, 041, 060, 061 and 063 – Peter

For a Few Dollars More 002a – Roger Auclair

Happiest Days of Your Life, The 001 – Chris and James Churcher

Mister Ten Percent 003 and 014 – Neil Rigby

Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, The 03 and 04 – Gordon Thomson

Salt and Pepper 001 – Gordon Thomson

House that Dripped Blood, The 009 – Gordon Thomson

Intimate Stranger, The 001 – Gordon Thomson

Twin Town 033 – Tony Bartlett

My Brother Jonathan – 009 to 011 – Peter Brown

Thank you all once more for your contribution and information.


Created on 28 June 2016

Latest Locations Identified

A number of our "Unknown Locations" or nagging doubts have been resolved in the last few days, so thanks again for the following:

Emergency 021 to 023 – Gordon Cruickshank

Great St. Trinian’s Train Robbery, The – 008, 012, 012a and014 and Header Section – Chris Churcher

Runaway Railway (CFF) – Informaion, header section – Chris Churcher

and with the benefit of “insider knowledge” from Gordon Thomson:

Fright 001 to 005

Mosquito Squadron  009 and 010

Never Take Sweets From a Stranger 003, and 010 to 015

Glitterball, The (CFF) 002

I’m All Right Jack 004 to 006

Intimate Stranger, The 002 and 013 to 017


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