Ann Todd, Eric Portman, Maxwell Reed, Bill Owen, Edward Rigby, Maurice Denham
Essex, Kent, London
Director : Compton Bennett Production Company : Sydney Box Productions Region : LONDON C-D,SOUTH EAST A-D
A hangman conceals his true identity when he falls in love and sets up home with his girl on a barge in the river Thames.
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dayb011. Bill Shackle (Edward Rigby) rows to Eddie and Frankie's boat. Martin Botting is a lighterman working on the river and he advises that this is the Thames looking toward Hammersmith. "You can see the north side tower of Hammersmith Bridge to the left of the image. The white building is Riverside Studios".
dayb012. Eddie visits another prison to carry out his 'other job'. Possibly a studio set but still an unidentified location.
dayb013. Olaf (Maxwell Reed) boards Eddie and Frankie's boat. An unidentified location but R D Marchant states 'This film is set almost entirely at Tilbury docks.
dayb014. After Frankie commits suicide, Eddie survives falling into the Thames. Unidentified location.
dayb015. Back in the present day, a studio set shot from near the end of the film where Ron (Bill Owen) returns to the barbers shop and finds that Eddie has killed himself.