FILM : Nowhere to Go
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Nowhere to Go 1958 George Nader, Maggie Smith, Bernard Lee, Geoffrey Keen, Harry H. Corbett, Bessie Love London, (Wales)
Director : Seth Holt and Basil Dearden   Production Company : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Ealing Films  Region : LONDON M-N,WALES

A confidence trickster is sprung from jail and sets out to recover the proceeds of his crime but things start to go very wrong after his associate begins to demand money.

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Nowhere to Go - As Victor Sloane parks his car nearby, the afternoon shift leaves the prison where Paul Gregory is in the middle of a ten year sentence. This is a matted shot depicting, what appears to be, Wandsworth Prison in south-west London.
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notogo001. As Victor Sloane parks his car nearby, the afternoon shift leaves the prison where Paul Gregory is in the middle of a ten year sentence. This is a matted shot depicting, what appears to be, Wandsworth Prison in south-west London.

notogo001n. SW18 now. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 20-08-2017)

Nowhere to Go - From the platform of a derelict station, Victor Sloane (Bernard Lee) watches as the warders walk away.  The book 'Horton's Guide to Britain's Railways in Feature Films' identifies this as the disused platforms at Kew Bridge station in London W4.
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notogo002. From the platform of a derelict station, Victor Sloane (Bernard Lee) watches as the warders walk away. The book 'Horton's Guide to Britain's Railways in Feature Films' identifies this as the disused platforms at Kew Bridge station in London W4.

Nowhere to Go - The warders follow the prison's perimeter wall. The curve from New Kew Junction to Kew East Junction was opened by the N&SWJR in 1862. The LSWR built platforms on this curve adjacent to their, then named, Kew station.
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notogo003. The warders follow the prison's perimeter wall. The curve from New Kew Junction to Kew East Junction was opened by the N&SWJR in 1862. The LSWR built platforms on this curve adjacent to their, then named, Kew station.

Nowhere to Go - The high wall is that of Brentford Market which occupied the land between the railway, the Great West Road and what was the Chiswick High Road section of the North Circular, since renamed the South Circular Road.
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notogo004. The high wall is that of Brentford Market which occupied the land between the railway, the Great West Road and what was the Chiswick High Road section of the North Circular, since renamed the South Circular Road.

Nowhere to Go - Having scaled the wall and entered the prison, Sloane keeps to the shadows as the lights are switched off by a warder.
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notogo005. Having scaled the wall and entered the prison, Sloane keeps to the shadows as the lights are switched off by a warder.

Nowhere to Go - Another warder descends iron steps, not noticing Sloane's rope.
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notogo006. Another warder descends iron steps, not noticing Sloane's rope.

Nowhere to Go - The warder walks away as the camera begins to pan left.
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notogo007. The warder walks away as the camera begins to pan left.

Nowhere to Go - The lens finds Sloane as he runs back to the hanging rope and makes his way from the prison.
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notogo008. The lens finds Sloane as he runs back to the hanging rope and makes his way from the prison.

Nowhere to Go - Having successfully planted explosives outside Gregory's cell window, Sloane makes his way back onto the station platform. The station was renamed Kew Bridge in 1868 and services continued to operate until 1940 when these platforms were taken out of use.
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notogo009. Having successfully planted explosives outside Gregory's cell window, Sloane makes his way back onto the station platform. The station was renamed Kew Bridge in 1868 and services continued to operate until 1940 when these platforms were taken out of use.

Nowhere to Go - Sloane walks away into the night, leaving his car behind for Gregory. The disused platforms at Kew Bridge station remain in situ, albeit in a derelict state.
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notogo010. Sloane walks away into the night, leaving his car behind for Gregory. The disused platforms at Kew Bridge station remain in situ, albeit in a derelict state.

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