FILM : One of Our Aircraft is Missing
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
One of Our Aircraft is Missing 1942 Godfrey Tearle, Eric Portman, Hugh Williams, Bernard Miles, Hugh Burden, Emrys Jones, Googie Withers, Pamela Brown Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk
Director : Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger   Production Company : British National Films, The Archers  Region : SOUTH EAST M-Q,NORTH

When enemy anti-aircraft fire damages a British bomber the crew bail out and seek help from the Dutch underground.

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One of Our Aircraft is Missing - Helped by Dutch schoolteacher Else Meertens, the crew of downed Bomber 'B for Bertie' cycle across the countryside to church. The Lincolnshire locations featured in this film are identified on the www.powell-pressburger.org website.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam001. Helped by Dutch schoolteacher Else Meertens, the crew of downed Bomber 'B for Bertie' cycle across the countryside to church. The Lincolnshire locations featured in this film are identified on the www.powell-pressburger.org website.

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - A convoy of enemy armoured cars approaches. The junction of Welland Bank, South Drove and Cradge Bank Road near the Four Mile Bar public house in Crowland Wash to the north of Crowland in Lincolnshire.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam002. A convoy of enemy armoured cars approaches. The junction of Welland Bank, South Drove and Cradge Bank Road near the Four Mile Bar public house in Crowland Wash to the north of Crowland in Lincolnshire.

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - The enemy troops pass and the cyclists continue on their way. This is the B1166 running alongside The Lake from Crowland to Fen Bridge. The distant windmill is a disguised water tower.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam003. The enemy troops pass and the cyclists continue on their way. This is the B1166 running alongside The Lake from Crowland to Fen Bridge. The distant windmill is a disguised water tower.

ooam003n. Mark Craig provides this show courtesy of Google. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 07-12-2015)

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - Looking out through his window, the Burgomaster sees his son Cornelius (Jimmy Baker) running home. The Parish Office of St. Botolph's church at the corner of Wormgate in Boston, Lincolnshire.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam004. Looking out through his window, the Burgomaster sees his son Cornelius (Jimmy Baker) running home. The Parish Office of St. Botolph's church at the corner of Wormgate in Boston, Lincolnshire.

ooam004n. This Google street view from Mark Craig shows the changes that have taken place. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 07-12-2015)

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - Hiding in the back of a covered truck, the airmen are driven through town. Looking into St. Margaret's Lane from the junction with Priory Lane and Nelson Street in King's Lynn.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam005. Hiding in the back of a covered truck, the airmen are driven through town. Looking into St. Margaret's Lane from the junction with Priory Lane and Nelson Street in King's Lynn.

ooam005n. A Google view from Mark Craig supporting the location. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 07-12-2015)

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - Boston Town Bridge seen from Custom House Quay on South Street with the tower of St. Botolph's church rising above the Assembly Rooms.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam006. Boston Town Bridge seen from Custom House Quay on South Street with the tower of St. Botolph's church rising above the Assembly Rooms.

ooam006n. One can always be sure that cars will feature in most Now shots these days. Mark Craig/Google. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 07-12-2015)

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - The truck is stopped at a checkpoint. Facing Hampton Court on Nelson Street, King's Lynn from the junction with St. Margaret's Road and Priory Lane. The location was used in 'The Silver Fleet'.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam007. The truck is stopped at a checkpoint. Facing Hampton Court on Nelson Street, King's Lynn from the junction with St. Margaret's Road and Priory Lane. The location was used in 'The Silver Fleet'.

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - Jo de Vries (Googie Withers) climbs onto the running board of the truck after it's allowed through the checkpoint. Looking south on Nelson Street.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam008. Jo de Vries (Googie Withers) climbs onto the running board of the truck after it's allowed through the checkpoint. Looking south on Nelson Street.

ooam008n. A clearer and more colourful shot of Nelson Street. Mark Craig/Google (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 07-12-2015)

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - More guards are passed as the truck continues to the house of Jo de Vries. Nelson Street, King's Lynn in Norfolk.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam009. More guards are passed as the truck continues to the house of Jo de Vries. Nelson Street, King's Lynn in Norfolk.

ooam009n. Another shot of Nelson Street now from Mark and Google. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 07-12-2015)

One of Our Aircraft is Missing - Leaving Jo de Vries, the airmen row down river. The River Witham as it flows through Boston.
One of Our Aircraft is Missing

ooam010. Leaving Jo de Vries, the airmen row down river. The River Witham as it flows through Boston.

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