FILM : Victim
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Victim 1961 Dirk Bogarde, Sylvia Syms, Peter McEnery, Dennis Price, Nigel Stock, Derren Nesbit London, Middlesex
Director : Basil Dearden   Production Company : Allied Film Makers (AFM)  Region : LONDON T-Z,SOUTH EAST R-Z

Following the suicide of a young man, a prominent lawyer pursues a blackmailer who is threatening gay men with exposure.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson with uncredited 'now' shots by Simon James.

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Victim - The film opens on a London building site. Roland-Francoise Lack advises that
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vict001. The film opens on a London building site. Roland-Francoise Lack advises that "the building site is the development around Stag Place in London SW1".

Victim - High on the site's scaffolding, Jack Barrett (Peter McEnery) checks detail with his foreman before spotting a police car below. The two would now be standing in an office inside Cardinal Place on Victoria Street SW1. Cardinal Place was built in the early 2000s and swallowed the footprint of both the building they are standing on the scaffolding of and Esso House behind them. Information from James Livingstone.
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vict002. High on the site's scaffolding, Jack Barrett (Peter McEnery) checks detail with his foreman before spotting a police car below. The two would now be standing in an office inside Cardinal Place on Victoria Street SW1. Cardinal Place was built in the early 2000s and swallowed the footprint of both the building they are standing on the scaffolding of and Esso House behind them. Information from James Livingstone.

Victim - As Sergeant Bridie enters the site office, 'Boy' Barrett turns from the foreman and runs.
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vict003. As Sergeant Bridie enters the site office, 'Boy' Barrett turns from the foreman and runs.

Victim - The young man runs through half build office blocks. The tower of Westminster Cathedral rises in the centre background.
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vict004. The young man runs through half build office blocks. The tower of Westminster Cathedral rises in the centre background.

vict004n. Westminster Cathedral from more or less the same spot in this contribution from James Livingstone.
(Modern Photo Added: 04-10-2011)

Victim - Barratt leaves the construction site and flees along city streets. At one time, Peter McEnery used to buy war-game soldiers from John Tunstill in his Lambeth shop.
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vict005. Barratt leaves the construction site and flees along city streets. At one time, Peter McEnery used to buy war-game soldiers from John Tunstill in his Lambeth shop.

vict005n. Looking along Palace Street towards Victoria Street. James Livingstone's sharp eye found this one.
(Modern Photo Added: 04-10-2011)

Victim - A telephone box is spotted. Looking back along Palace Street from the junction of Wilfred Street.
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vict006. A telephone box is spotted. Looking back along Palace Street from the junction of Wilfred Street.

vict006n. The Stag Place development was built by McAlpine in the early sixties but only Portland House and the grey apartment block survive. The red building replaced the one being built in the screen capture. The completed development appears in the opening titles of 'The Prisoner'. Information and image from James Livingstone.
(Modern Photo Added: 04-10-2011)

Victim - Barratt reaches the call box and phones Eddy Stone, telling him to retrieve a package from his wardrobe. James Livingstone tells us that
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vict007. Barratt reaches the call box and phones Eddy Stone, telling him to retrieve a package from his wardrobe. James Livingstone tells us that "this is Buckingham Place facing Palace Street and the background building is the other side of the one surrounded by scaffolding seen earlier."

vict007n. Roland-Francoise Lack provided a streetview picture (16/11/14) noting that "the block to the left with its protruding door frame and rows of five windows is No 1 Buckingham Place, the London home of Patrick McGoohan's No 6". A more accurate angle now. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 02-04-2015)

Victim - A police car arrives outside Mrs Pascoe's lodging house where Barratt and Eddy live... I'm pretty sure that is Walton Street in Chelsea, west of First Street. Hard to confirm as all those houses have now been 'gentrified' says John Tuthill (SJ)
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vict008. A police car arrives outside Mrs Pascoe's lodging house where Barratt and Eddy live... I'm pretty sure that is Walton Street in Chelsea, west of First Street. Hard to confirm as all those houses have now been 'gentrified' says John Tuthill (SJ)

Victim - Detective Sergeant Bridie (John Cairney) and his Detective Constable go inside to question the landlady as Eddy escapes carrying the package.
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vict009. Detective Sergeant Bridie (John Cairney) and his Detective Constable go inside to question the landlady as Eddy escapes carrying the package.

Victim - After drawing a blank at the lodging house, the Sergent returns to Fulham Police Station. This is King's Road at Milman's Street SW10 located by SJ.
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vict010. After drawing a blank at the lodging house, the Sergent returns to Fulham Police Station. This is King's Road at Milman's Street SW10 located by SJ.

vict010n. Rather different now but the pedestrian crossing is still in the same place.
(Modern Photo Added: 29-05-2013)

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