FILM : Cool it Carol
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Cool it Carol 1970 Robin Askwith, Janet Lynn, Jess Conrad, Derek Aylward, Stubby Kaye East Sussex, London
Director : Pete Walker   Production Company : Pete Walker Film Productions Ltd.  Region : LONDON C-D,SOUTH EAST A-D

Two naïve teenagers leave their small village behind and travel to London to make a life for themselves in the big city.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson.

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Cool It Carol [1970] [DVD]

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Cool it Carol - The man drives the pair to his south London flat. Battersea Bridge, London SW11.
Cool it Carol

cooca031. The man drives the pair to his south London flat. Battersea Bridge, London SW11.

cooca031n. Battersea Bridge now with retro lighting. A more accurate shot to replace Peter's with his blessing. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 18-04-2017)

Cool it Carol - When the deed is done, Joe and Carol make their way back to the Olympic Hotel. There's even a name to identify this as Battersea Bridge.
Cool it Carol

cooca032. When the deed is done, Joe and Carol make their way back to the Olympic Hotel. There's even a name to identify this as Battersea Bridge.

cooca032n. Peter found the same spot, the white blur above the central span reads Battersea Bridge.
(Modern Photo Added: 23-02-2015)

Cool it Carol - The following day, Carol is picked up for a repeat performance.
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cooca033. The following day, Carol is picked up for a repeat performance.

Cool it Carol - The two are drawn into prostitution and the porn film industry as Joe gets ever eager to earn cash for them both.
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cooca034. The two are drawn into prostitution and the porn film industry as Joe gets ever eager to earn cash for them both.

Cool it Carol - As the two rise through the seedy world that they have chosen, photographer David Thing (Chris Sandford) turns up at one of Carol's photo shoots.
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cooca035. As the two rise through the seedy world that they have chosen, photographer David Thing (Chris Sandford) turns up at one of Carol's photo shoots.

Cool it Carol - With money earned from films and high class prostitution, Joe takes on new accommodation for the pair.
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cooca036. With money earned from films and high class prostitution, Joe takes on new accommodation for the pair.

cooca036n. And very well they must have done as this is the south side of Eaton Square, SW1. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2015)

Cool it Carol - A Rolls Royce brings Carol and Joe to their new home.
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cooca037. A Rolls Royce brings Carol and Joe to their new home.

cooca037n. 51 Eaton Square, looking south-west. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2015)

Cool it Carol - During a party at which Johnathan and 'T' arrive, the young pair question the world that they are living in and decide to return to the country.
Cool it Carol

cooca038. During a party at which Johnathan and 'T' arrive, the young pair question the world that they are living in and decide to return to the country.

cooca038n. Still a way one street sharing a corner with Elizabeth Street, SW1. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 05-02-2015)

Cool it Carol - The Signalman (Eric Barker) watches as the train bringing Joe and Carol back to Oakham approaches. Etchingham Signal Box stood at the level crossing to the south-east of the station and was demolished in 1992.
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cooca039. The Signalman (Eric Barker) watches as the train bringing Joe and Carol back to Oakham approaches. Etchingham Signal Box stood at the level crossing to the south-east of the station and was demolished in 1992.

Cool it Carol - The end of the film sees the two settle back into their old jobs.
Cool it Carol

cooca040. The end of the film sees the two settle back into their old jobs.

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