FILM : Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)
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Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) 1940 Michael Redgrave, Sally Gray, Paul Lukas, Hartley Power, Patricia Roc London
Director : Herbert Mason   Production Company : Greenspan & Seligman Ent. Ltd  Region : LONDON T-Z

Peter (Michael Redgrave), is a crane operator on the construction of Waterloo Bridge. While on his way to work one morning he witnesses from the railway carriage what he believes is a young woman being murdered. (RL)

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Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - The film starts with a view of the Thames to the east, St Paul’s top left hand side and the construction of Waterloo Bridge foreground.
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon001. The film starts with a view of the Thames to the east, St Paul’s top left hand side and the construction of Waterloo Bridge foreground.

winlon001n. Taken FROM Waterloo Bridge. Perhaps when someone next stays at the Savoy they could provide replacement shots for the first the Stills.
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - A second shot viewing west, County Hall left of centre and Hungerford Railway Bridge in pride of place.
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon002. A second shot viewing west, County Hall left of centre and Hungerford Railway Bridge in pride of place.

winlon002n. Another shot FROM the bridge.
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - The third shot closes in on the Hungerford Bridge and brings the Houses of Parliament into view.
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon003. The third shot closes in on the Hungerford Bridge and brings the Houses of Parliament into view.

winlon003n. Hungerford Bridge now with Golden Jubilee Walkways.
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - The gates of Westminster Underground station are opened for the days traffic. From where there are “Frequent Electric Trains To All Parts Of London”
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon004. The gates of Westminster Underground station are opened for the days traffic. From where there are “Frequent Electric Trains To All Parts Of London”

winlon004n. Can't quite replicate the shot since redevelopment of the site and station.
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - The day also dawns on Grosvenor Road
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon005. The day also dawns on Grosvenor Road

winlon005n. Rather busier now.
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - and Dolphin Square in particular where Pat (Patricia Roc), Peter’s (Michael Redgrave) wife works as a telephonist.
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon006. and Dolphin Square in particular where Pat (Patricia Roc), Peter’s (Michael Redgrave) wife works as a telephonist.

winlon006n. Still rather "select"!
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - After finishing her night shift she sets off for home and the Westminster Underground station. She tips the road sweeper as she passes (those were the days!).
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon007. After finishing her night shift she sets off for home and the Westminster Underground station. She tips the road sweeper as she passes (those were the days!).

winlon007n. Peter grabbed this shot taken from north west corner of Lambeth Bridge SW1 with Horseferry Road on the left.
(Modern Photo Added: 13-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - She reaches Parliament Square which then had metal railings around it.
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon008. She reaches Parliament Square which then had metal railings around it.

winlon008n. With the railings subsequently removed just prior to the Festival of Britain (1951) I believe.
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - Pat gives a cheery wave and a smile Benjamin Disraeli’s statue as she passes.
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon009. Pat gives a cheery wave and a smile Benjamin Disraeli’s statue as she passes.

winlon009n. 1st Earl of Beaconsfield now re-located to the western side of the green.
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress) - And a smile to the policeman on duty at the Houses of Parliament.
Window in London, A (aka Lady in Distress)

winlon010. And a smile to the policeman on duty at the Houses of Parliament.

winlon010n. No policeman on duty there today.
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2014)

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