FILM : Sleeping Tiger, The
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Sleeping Tiger, The 1954 Dirk Bogarde, Alexis Smith, Alexander Knox, Hugh Griffiths Walton-on-Thames, London, Weymouth, Dorset
Director : Victor Hanbury (Joseph Losey)   Production Company : Victor Hanbury Productions  Region : LONDON R-S,SOUTH EAST R-Z

Psychologist invites ruffian into home and tries to discover what makes him tick but did not reckon on his wife falling in love with him. SJ

Losey's first British film after being blacklisted in the States beginning a long association with Dirk Bogarde.

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Sleeping Tiger, The - Knox is followed by a scoundrel.
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sletig001. Knox is followed by a scoundrel.

Sleeping Tiger, The - Approaching Smith and Knox's house. An almost identical shot was seen in 'The Naked Truth'.  Location identified by Richard Lovejoy.
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sletig002. Approaching Smith and Knox's house. An almost identical shot was seen in 'The Naked Truth'. Location identified by Richard Lovejoy.

sletig002n. The old offices of J E Purdie & Son, 34 Bridge Street, Walton-on-Thames. Location photo (including gas main works) replaces Streetview image. SD
(Modern Photo Added: 29-02-2016)

Sleeping Tiger, The - And this is their house. Bridge Street near Nettlefold studios in Walton-on-Thames identified by Richard Lovejoy.
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sletig003. And this is their house. Bridge Street near Nettlefold studios in Walton-on-Thames identified by Richard Lovejoy.

sletig003n. The house was called The Croft and was owned by Nettlefold Studios. It stood to the right of Dr Harz's house in 'The Naked Truth'. SD
(Modern Photo Added: 12-07-2016)

Sleeping Tiger, The - Bogarde approaches the Metro nightclub.
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sletig004. Bogarde approaches the Metro nightclub.

Sleeping Tiger, The - Bogarde waits for his accomplice. Paulette Bure?
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sletig005. Bogarde waits for his accomplice. Paulette Bure?

sletig005n. 22 Connaught Street, London W2. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 20-03-2014)

Sleeping Tiger, The - A better shot down the street as the accomplice approaches.
Sleeping Tiger, The

sletig006. A better shot down the street as the accomplice approaches.

sletig006n. Connaught Street, London W2
(Modern Photo Added: 20-03-2014)

Sleeping Tiger, The - The ensuing jewelry smash'n'grab is witnessed but this is a cut so he may not really be looking down the above street.
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sletig007. The ensuing jewelry smash'n'grab is witnessed but this is a cut so he may not really be looking down the above street.

Sleeping Tiger, The - Bogarde and Knox at a pub after some fishing.
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sletig008. Bogarde and Knox at a pub after some fishing.

Sleeping Tiger, The - Smith runs out of the Metro, seen above.
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sletig009. Smith runs out of the Metro, seen above.

Sleeping Tiger, The - She turns a corner, pursued by Bogarde, to her car parked in front of St Mary's Church, Battersea Church Road, SW11.  'Alfie' used the area as a location.
Sleeping Tiger, The

sletig010. She turns a corner, pursued by Bogarde, to her car parked in front of St Mary's Church, Battersea Church Road, SW11. 'Alfie' used the area as a location.

sletig010n. From the same angle now. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 13-03-2014)

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