FILM : Curse of the Golem (aka It!)
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Curse of the Golem (aka It!) 1966 Roddy McDowall, Jill Haworth, Paul Maxwell, Alan Sellers London
Director : Herbert J. Leder   Production Company : Gold Star Films Ltd., Seven Arts Pictures  Region : LONDON C-D,SOUTH EAST A-D

When a museum storage building burns down, everything is destroyed except one mysteriously undamaged statue.

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The original British release title is 'It!' but the film has had several alternative titles including 'Anger of the Golem'.

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Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - When Jim Perkins arrives from the New York Museum and identifies the statue as a Golem, he and Ellen Grove spend the night in London. A colourful Piccadilly Circus in W1.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo011. When Jim Perkins arrives from the New York Museum and identifies the statue as a Golem, he and Ellen Grove spend the night in London. A colourful Piccadilly Circus in W1.

curgo011n. Peter provides a daylight shot of the same, familiar location.
(Modern Photo Added: 20-12-2016)

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - As Jim Perkins (Paul Maxwell) and Ellen Grove (Jill Haworth) enjoy a drink together, back at the museum Pimm discovers an inscription on the Golem.  JT identifies this as Lower Mall, Hammersmith W6 with the River Thames flowing from Chiswick in the background.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo012. As Jim Perkins (Paul Maxwell) and Ellen Grove (Jill Haworth) enjoy a drink together, back at the museum Pimm discovers an inscription on the Golem. JT identifies this as Lower Mall, Hammersmith W6 with the River Thames flowing from Chiswick in the background.

curgo012n. From a similar viewpoint. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 08-06-2009)

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - Pimm visits an Old Rabbi who confirms that the statue is a Golem, created by Rabbi Loew in the 16th century.  This is Old Marylebone Town Hall on Marylebone Road in NW1. The building was seen in ‘Strange Bedfellows’.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo013. Pimm visits an Old Rabbi who confirms that the statue is a Golem, created by Rabbi Loew in the 16th century. This is Old Marylebone Town Hall on Marylebone Road in NW1. The building was seen in ‘Strange Bedfellows’.

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - Ellen walks through the museum grounds where Pimm finds her. Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park is commonly referred to as the Imperial War Museum park. JT's soldier shop stood just in the left of centre distance.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo014. Ellen walks through the museum grounds where Pimm finds her. Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park is commonly referred to as the Imperial War Museum park. JT's soldier shop stood just in the left of centre distance.

curgo014n. One can barely make out the Victoria Tower of the Houses of Parliament behind the tree but this is now the only angle it can be seen and then only in winter thanks to new buildings on both sides of Lambeth Road as well as extra frondescence. The housing block on the left on Kennington Road proves the location. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 14-05-2009)

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - A Waiter carries the bill to a table where Pimm and Ellen have finished their drinks. Outside The Rutland Arms on Lower Mall, Hammersmith.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo015. A Waiter carries the bill to a table where Pimm and Ellen have finished their drinks. Outside The Rutland Arms on Lower Mall, Hammersmith.

curgo015n. The Rutland Arms is easily recognisable. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 08-06-2009)

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - Pimm takes the bill. Lower Mall at the end of Mall Road W6.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo016. Pimm takes the bill. Lower Mall at the end of Mall Road W6.

curgo016n. Outside the Rutland Arms which is very close to the Blue Anchor, so no shortage of pubs on Lower Mall. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 09-05-2011)

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - After a generous tip is left, Pimm takes Ellen's hand. Facing south-east on Lower Mall.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo017. After a generous tip is left, Pimm takes Ellen's hand. Facing south-east on Lower Mall.

curgo017n. And that's the same building (with scaffolding) to the right of the frame. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 09-05-2011)

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - Ellen tells Pimm that he needs a holiday after listening to him say that he can do almost anything. Lower Mall with The Rutland Arms in the left background.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo018. Ellen tells Pimm that he needs a holiday after listening to him say that he can do almost anything. Lower Mall with The Rutland Arms in the left background.

curgo018n. Lower Mall. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 08-06-2009)

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - Pimm even suggests that he can knock over the bridge. Lower Mall on the north side of the River Thames in W6.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo019. Pimm even suggests that he can knock over the bridge. Lower Mall on the north side of the River Thames in W6.

curgo019n. A view of Hammersmith Bridge now. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 08-06-2009)

Curse of the Golem (aka It!) - A Policeman walks past the museum where Pimm brings the Golem to life.  This is the west side of the Imperial War Museum in Kennington.
Curse of the Golem (aka It!)

curgo020. A Policeman walks past the museum where Pimm brings the Golem to life. This is the west side of the Imperial War Museum in Kennington.

curgo020n. A more modern view. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 09-05-2011)

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