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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wea061. Possibly nearby. Yes, New Row with Bedfordbury WC2 to the left states Peter.
wea061n. And to prove his point Peter captures the same scene in daylight nearly 60 years on. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 12-07-2016)
wea062. Don't be fooled. There never was one in WC1.
wea063. Wyndham Street has always been in W1, and is straight. Could this wigley street be a set? No says Peter, it's New Row at the junction of Garrick Street in WC2 adding "The White Swan pub to the left and The Round House pub on the right. The Phone Box is a prop."
wea063n. Peter proves that the council have done their best to get rid of the "wiggly bits" of yesteryear. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 12-07-2016)
wea064. Back to Mum's house.
wea065. Different angle.
wea066. Difficult when it's fuzzy and dark.
wea067. More ruins. A dark and fuzzy shot of the building in 007.
wea068. ....and back at last to where we came in, after a Cook's tour of London, and probably somewhere else. Jewel Crescent, London EC2 see also wea008 and wea039
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