Steve Cochran, Lizabeth Scott, Herbert Marshall, Nicole Maurey, George Cole, Laurence Naismith
Director : Val Guest and Hal E. Chester Production Company : Periclean Productions Region : LONDON T-Z
A boy accidentally shoots his friend with a gun found in the rubble of a bombsite. The gun turns out to be a clue in a ten-year-old murder case.
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wea051. Nice Jeep!
wea052. This could be a,...... maybe.
wea053. Well, at last, back on familiar ground. Trafalgar Square, but think of the distance this ten year old has traveled!
wea053n. Well, he is too young for a Freedom Pass but he might have one now. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 18-11-2015)
wea054. South Africa House, corner of The Strand.
wea054n. For once, less clutter now. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 18-11-2015)
wea055. More difficult this one. A Lyons van in the background, was this a bit of early placement in thanks for the use of their tea shop?
wea056. Georg Cole turns the corner. Looks like somewhere in the City.
wea057. And now another couple of miles, poor little lamb. This is the south side of Lambeth Bridge, Lambeth Palace Road. Seen so often, and featuring in so many films. Which ones? Try our search button.
wea057n. Peter found the place a little less blurred! (Modern Photo Added: 04-12-2015)
wea058. Yes, Lambeth Bridge.
wea058n. And Peter was there. (Modern Photo Added: 04-12-2015)
wea059. . . . . . and back to Piccadilly Circus. The kid has obviously taken the scenic route.
wea059n. Peter found himself in Piccadilly Circus too. (Modern Photo Added: 04-12-2015)
wea060. This is supposed to be Covent Garden market. Remember 'Frenzy'? Obviously no place for an unaccompanied youngster. Peter confirms that it is indeed Covent Garden in WC2.