FILM : Friday the Thirteenth (1933)
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Friday the Thirteenth (1933) 1933 Jessie Matthews, Ralph Richardson, Max Miller, Robertson Hare London
Director : Victor Saville   Production Company : Gainsborough Pictures  Region : LONDON E-G

At one minute to midnight on a stormy Friday the thirteenth, a London bus heads towards disaster when lightning strikes.

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Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - A bus passes the Movietone News Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue where blackmailer William Blake waits for young couple Frank Parsons and Mary Summers.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith010. A bus passes the Movietone News Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue where blackmailer William Blake waits for young couple Frank Parsons and Mary Summers.

frith010n. Peter provides this image of the News Theatre's replacement.
(Modern Photo Added: 26-10-2017)

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - In the middle of their split-shift, Alf and Fred spend the afternoon at the Derby. Peter Brown points out that they would not have seen much of the Derby from those stands as it is Hurst Park by the River Thames at Molesey. It closed in 1962 and was also seen in
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith011. In the middle of their split-shift, Alf and Fred spend the afternoon at the Derby. Peter Brown points out that they would not have seen much of the Derby from those stands as it is Hurst Park by the River Thames at Molesey. It closed in 1962 and was also seen in "The Criminal". (RL)

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