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allfr011. As they leave the car park on their motorcycle and sidecar, Lord Brisburn (Richard Vernon) and Lady Yvette (Colette Brosset) catch up with the supporters coach and are seen by Gros Max (Henri Génès). Rugby Road in Twickenham identified by P. J. Brown.
allfr012. Max gets the name of Lord Brisburn's dentist whilst Henri hides from his sister, Lady Yvette. P. J. locates this as the junction of Rugby Road with Whitton Dene and Mogden Lane, now the site of a roundabout.
allfr013. The coach carrying Henri and his fellow rugby supporters leaves Twickenham behind. P. J. Brown advises that Clitheroe Cottages stand to the left on the corner of Rugby Road and Whitton Dene. They were demolished when the roundabout was built in the 1980s.
allfr014. Lord and Lady Brisburn lead the way along Albert Embankment. Peninsula Heights stands to the left in London SE1.
alfr014n. And Peninsula Heights is still there. But many more taller buildings have joined in along the riverside. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 05-05-2016)
allfr015. En route to the dentist, the opportunity is taken to see some sights. Peter identifies Horseguards Parade looking towards the Spencer Compton Statue on Horse Guards Avenue in SW1 with the Earth and Water statue on right.
allfr015n. And Peter send in this shot to support his identification. Now with security bollards. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 18-06-2014)
allfr016. The supporters' coach approaches Mr W. Martin's dental surgery. Ladbroke Grove W11 from the corner of Kensington Park Gardens with Lansdowne Crescent running off on the left.
allfr017. The Royal Blue coach pulls up outside the building that also houses a theatrical agency. The vehicle carries Southern National fleet number 1289 and dates from 1952. The junction of Ladbroke Grove and Kensington Park Gardens.
allfr017n. And very grand the building is too. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 30-03-2015)
allfr018. Henri watches his friends drive away before entering fictional 30 Queen Street. Kensington Park Gardens in W11.
allfr019. Whilst Henri is treated by the highly recommended dentist, Lord and Lady Brisburn near their London home.
allfr019n. Taken From Lowndes Street, SW1, looking west towards Cadogan Place. If I turned around, I would see locations from The Servant, Escape Route and The Assassination Bureau. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 31-05-2014)
allfr020. The camera pans with the combination.
allfr020n. The arch, leading to Harriet Walk, and building behind were also visible in 'The Servant'. But what is odd is that the building looks more modern than today's. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 31-05-2014)