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 - Realising that they won't be allowed back into the Starwood Studios, Jack suggests that they lie undercover in the television studios. The entrance to Iver Heath Primary School on St. Margaret’s Close.
Go for a Take

gofota041. Realising that they won't be allowed back into the Starwood Studios, Jack suggests that they lie undercover in the television studios. The entrance to Iver Heath Primary School on St. Margaret’s Close.

Go for a Take - The Studio Concierge (Bill Fraser) takes a shine to 'Winifred'. Looking onto St. Margaret’s Close from the driveway of Iver Heath Primary School.
Go for a Take

gofota042. The Studio Concierge (Bill Fraser) takes a shine to 'Winifred'. Looking onto St. Margaret’s Close from the driveway of Iver Heath Primary School.

Go for a Take - Having successfully gained entry, the two look back at the Concierge. The driveway leading to Iver Heath Primary School.
Go for a Take

gofota043. Having successfully gained entry, the two look back at the Concierge. The driveway leading to Iver Heath Primary School.

Go for a Take - The former Gatehouse, now Double Lodge, on Pinewood Road, Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire.
Go for a Take

gofota044. The former Gatehouse, now Double Lodge, on Pinewood Road, Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire.

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