FILM : Go for a Take
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Go for a Take 1972 Reg Varney, Norman Rossington, Sue Lloyd, Dennis Price, Julie Ege, Patrick Newell, David Lodge, Anouska Hempel Buckinghamshire, London
Director : Harry Booth   Production Company : The Rank Organisation  Region : LONDON E-G,SOUTH EAST E-L

Two gamblers on the run take refuge in a film studio where they are mistaken for actors.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson

Also known as 'Double Take' (US Title)

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Go for a Take - Wilf attempts to secure the canvas sun roof that's started to come open. Pinewood Green, looking towards the junction with Ashford Road.
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gofota011. Wilf attempts to secure the canvas sun roof that's started to come open. Pinewood Green, looking towards the junction with Ashford Road.

Go for a Take - The eastern section of Pinewood Green.
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gofota012. The eastern section of Pinewood Green.

Go for a Take - Wilf is dragged behind the Citroën Dyane. The western side of Pinewood Green in Iver, Buckinghamshire.
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gofota013. Wilf is dragged behind the Citroën Dyane. The western side of Pinewood Green in Iver, Buckinghamshire.

Go for a Take - The camera tracks the car.
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gofota014. The camera tracks the car.

Go for a Take - With Wilf clinging onto the detached sunroof for his life, Jack drives on. Pinewood Green in Iver. Various parts of the estate have been seen in several films including ‘Carry On Camping’.
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gofota015. With Wilf clinging onto the detached sunroof for his life, Jack drives on. Pinewood Green in Iver. Various parts of the estate have been seen in several films including ‘Carry On Camping’.

Go for a Take - Generous and Maurice discuss the motor trade as the crooks gain on Wilfred and Jack. The southern part of Pinewood Green.
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gofota016. Generous and Maurice discuss the motor trade as the crooks gain on Wilfred and Jack. The southern part of Pinewood Green.

Go for a Take - Looks like the cars got to the studio before the story line.
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gofota017. Looks like the cars got to the studio before the story line.

Go for a Take - As Jack crashes his car in a dead end, Generous Jim arrives in the street.
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gofota018. As Jack crashes his car in a dead end, Generous Jim arrives in the street.

Go for a Take - The two waiters take refuge in the back of a lorry. The same set was used in 'Never Mind the Quality, Feel the Width'.
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gofota019. The two waiters take refuge in the back of a lorry. The same set was used in 'Never Mind the Quality, Feel the Width'.

Go for a Take - Having been driven to the Starwood Film Studios, the pair  attempt to blend in with the extras. Heatherden Hall at Pinewood Studios in Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire.
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gofota020. Having been driven to the Starwood Film Studios, the pair attempt to blend in with the extras. Heatherden Hall at Pinewood Studios in Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire.

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