FILM : Trottie True
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Trottie True 1949 Jean Kent, James Donald, Hugh Sinclair, Michael Medwin, Hattie Jacques, and spot em in you can extras Roger Moore, Ian Carmichael and Patrick Cargill London
Director : Brian Desmond Hurst   Production Company : Two Cities Films  Region : LONDON T-Z

Music hall star falls in love with a lord and fancies a balloonist and, er, that's about it though it is sumptuously colourful in a feel-good post war effort. SJ

Also known as 'The Gay Lady' (US Title). Originally loaded as a "quota quickie" on 19/12/2011 and given a reboot three years later.

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Trottie True [DVD]

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Trottie True - Debenham House, Addison Road, W14.
Trottie True

trottie001. Debenham House, Addison Road, W14.

trottie001n. A perfect angle lifted from Secret Ceremony.
(Modern Photo Added: 08-03-2015)

Trottie True - Addison Road, W14.
Trottie True

trottie002. Addison Road, W14.

trottie002n. Looking from Debenham House. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 08-03-2015)

Trottie True - Gloucester Crescent, NW1. Know it well as I
Trottie True

trottie003. Gloucester Crescent, NW1. Know it well as I "studented" it here in '82.

trottie003n. Top of houses a giveaway. Looking east. Photo added originally in 2011/12. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 16-02-2015)

Trottie True - A dark shot but nonetheless ... Lightened by JT.
Trottie True

trottie004. A dark shot but nonetheless ... Lightened by JT.

trottie004n. Same place, Inverness Street, NW1. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 18-02-2015)

Trottie True - The corner of Gloucester Crescent and Inverness Street, NW1.
Trottie True

trottie005. The corner of Gloucester Crescent and Inverness Street, NW1.

trottie005n. Now. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 16-02-2015)

Trottie True - Gloucester Crescent, which was seen 66 years later in 'The Lady in the Van'.
Trottie True

trottie006. Gloucester Crescent, which was seen 66 years later in 'The Lady in the Van'.

trottie006n. Looking northwest. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 16-02-2015)

Trottie True - And another shot.
Trottie True

trottie007. And another shot.

trottie007n. Different postbox and I think it's been moved to the other side of the lamppost. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 16-02-2015)

Trottie True - This is going to be tricky to find.
Trottie True

trottie008. This is going to be tricky to find.

Trottie True - A theatre but I don't think it's the Bedford on Camden High Street, often cited and demolished in 1969. JT and I agree this is the Gaiety on the west side of Aldwych, demolished in 1956.
Trottie True

trottie009. A theatre but I don't think it's the Bedford on Camden High Street, often cited and demolished in 1969. JT and I agree this is the Gaiety on the west side of Aldwych, demolished in 1956.

trottie009n. Peter advises that "The columns to the left in screen shot belong to the Aldwych Theatre hidden behind the tree in the background" and this is the same location now.
(Modern Photo Added: 24-03-2015)

Trottie True - I think this is elsewhere on the site ... hang on more than a min, I'll get there! OK, we have waited long enough, this is Stowe House, Stowe, Bucks. (RL)
Trottie True

trottie010. I think this is elsewhere on the site ... hang on more than a min, I'll get there! OK, we have waited long enough, this is Stowe House, Stowe, Bucks. (RL)

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