FILM : Count Five and Die
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Count Five and Die 1957 Jeffrey Hunter, Nigel Patrick, Annemarie Düringer, David Kossoff, Rolf Lefebvre London
Director : Victor Vicas   Production Company : Zonic Productions  Region : LONDON C-D

Allied counter-espionage agents combine to convince the enemy that the cross-channel invasion will be in the Netherlands instead of France.

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Count Five and Die - On the way home, a passing parent is asked if she has seen Willem. This the change of brickwork can be seen in the left background of the previous image, 010.
Count Five and Die

cofidi020. On the way home, a passing parent is asked if she has seen Willem. This the change of brickwork can be seen in the left background of the previous image, 010.

cofidi020n. Regrettably there is nothing now upon which to be so precise. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 05-10-2017)

Count Five and Die - Once inside his flat Mulder, receives a phone call and is asked to come to the railway yard where his son has been playing truant. Anthony Spencer identifies this as Willesden Motive Power Depot in Harlesden, London NW10 with the cooling towers of Acton Lane Power Station in the background.
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cofidi021. Once inside his flat Mulder, receives a phone call and is asked to come to the railway yard where his son has been playing truant. Anthony Spencer identifies this as Willesden Motive Power Depot in Harlesden, London NW10 with the cooling towers of Acton Lane Power Station in the background.

cofidi021n. Only an approximation of the location to show that there have been a few changes here. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 23-04-2017)

Count Five and Die - Beside the engine shed, enemy agent Martins (Larry Burns) tells the Professor to follow him before being told that his son has been kidnapped. Anthony Spencer advises that is outside the engine shed at Willesden MPD. The shed closed in 1965 to be replaced by the present depot on the north side of the West Coast Main Line and the area is now occupied by Channel Gate Road.
Count Five and Die

cofidi022. Beside the engine shed, enemy agent Martins (Larry Burns) tells the Professor to follow him before being told that his son has been kidnapped. Anthony Spencer advises that is outside the engine shed at Willesden MPD. The shed closed in 1965 to be replaced by the present depot on the north side of the West Coast Main Line and the area is now occupied by Channel Gate Road.

cofidi022n. There's still a railway connection. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 23-04-2017)

Count Five and Die - Distraught, Mulder finds Rolande Hertog outside the office and confides in her that he told the kidnappers about the planned invasion.
Count Five and Die

cofidi023. Distraught, Mulder finds Rolande Hertog outside the office and confides in her that he told the kidnappers about the planned invasion.

Count Five and Die - As Mulder tells the Major about his son, an angry Rolande calls Scotland Yard when Dr. Radamacher disbelieves her contradictory information about the planned invasion. Margaret Georgoulis advises that this tunnel runs from Winchelsea Road to Baker Road in Harlesden NW10 but is now fenced off. Margaret adds that the call box was a prop as at that time the nearest phone kiosk was at Harlesden station.
Count Five and Die

cofidi023a. As Mulder tells the Major about his son, an angry Rolande calls Scotland Yard when Dr. Radamacher disbelieves her contradictory information about the planned invasion. Margaret Georgoulis advises that this tunnel runs from Winchelsea Road to Baker Road in Harlesden NW10 but is now fenced off. Margaret adds that the call box was a prop as at that time the nearest phone kiosk was at Harlesden station.

cofidi023an. The tunnel still exists but is no longer accessible. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 23-04-2017)

Count Five and Die - With Rolande now exposed as an enemy agent, Scotland Yard and British Intelligence join forces to rescue the Professor's son, and their plans to deceive the enemy. Facing Acton Lane on Baker Road NW10.
Count Five and Die

cofidi024. With Rolande now exposed as an enemy agent, Scotland Yard and British Intelligence join forces to rescue the Professor's son, and their plans to deceive the enemy. Facing Acton Lane on Baker Road NW10.

cofidi024n. The same road. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 23-04-2017)

Count Five and Die - Using the pretense that a bomb has been planted in the building, the police break into Dr Radamacher's surgery and free Willem. Cecil Road with now demolished buildings in the background.
Count Five and Die

cofidi025. Using the pretense that a bomb has been planted in the building, the police break into Dr Radamacher's surgery and free Willem. Cecil Road with now demolished buildings in the background.

cofidi025n. An old telegraph pole remains. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 23-04-2017)

Count Five and Die - Martins escapes from the surgery as Willem is rescued and Radamacher is detained, giving his name as Hauptmann Hans Faber before swallowing a lethal cyanide pill - count five, and die. The corner of Baker Road and Cecil Road in NW10 with Baker Passage running alongside the freight only railway between Cricklewood and Acton.
Count Five and Die

cofidi026. Martins escapes from the surgery as Willem is rescued and Radamacher is detained, giving his name as Hauptmann Hans Faber before swallowing a lethal cyanide pill - count five, and die. The corner of Baker Road and Cecil Road in NW10 with Baker Passage running alongside the freight only railway between Cricklewood and Acton.

cofidi026n. Taken from the pavement to avoid waking the residents. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 23-04-2017)

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