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savme021. Monsieur Gaudier (Michael Gough) asks questions about Sophie.
savme021n. The bridge on Mill Road, Arundel. SD (Modern Photo Added: 14-01-2014)
savme022. The family approach the house where, over the next few days, Henri's parents make their disapproval felt.
savme022n. The old dairy, Mill Road, Arundel. SD (Modern Photo Added: 14-01-2014)
savme023. After the couple find a studio in London, they visit Kensal Green Cemetery to steal stone with art dealer Angus Corky (Lindsay Kemp). The cemetery on Harrow Road, London NW10 with All Souls Chapel in the left background. Also seen in 'Theatre of Blood' and 'Steptoe and Son Ride Again'.
savme024. After receiving a rebuff, Henri takes his work to Lionel Shaw's Art Gallery where he throws it through the window.
savme024n. Nothe Fort, Barrack Road, Weymouth, Dorset. Derelict at the time of filming but now a museum. SD (Modern Photo Added: 06-08-2014)
savme025. After Henri is arrested, but the charges are dropped . . . .
savme026. . . . . the police have difficulty in throwing him out of the police station.
savme026n. Bristol Exeter House, Station Approach, Bristol. Now back to its original colour. SD (Modern Photo Added: 06-08-2014)
savme027. When her savings are depleted, Sophie leaves to become a governess. Rod Thornton identifies this as the railway arches off of Hopton Street, London SE1, opposite what is now part of the Tate Modern. Rod was an apprentice at the printers directly opposite in Tower House, (now flats) and spent a few lunch breaks watching these scenes being shot.
savme028. Whilst out looking for women, Henri and Angus meet suffragette Gosh Boyle (Helen Mirren) who asks them for a light . . . .