Michael Caine, Sean Young, Ian Holm, Alun Armstrong, Jack Shepherd, Patricia Hayes, Bob Hoskins
Director : Russell Mulcahy Production Company : M&M Productions Region : LONDON A-B
A former MI6 agent now owns a bar. A beautiful woman literally runs into him, they fall in love. When she discovers his history, she asks him to help with a problem she has. He is forced to use his skills from his former life.
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bluic022. Stacey and her battered Mercedes from her encounter with Harry earlier. Neil also places this as Candover Street, London W1, here, at the junction with Riding House Street. (RL)
bluic022n. Indeed it is, if it had not been for parked vehicle(s) I would have been further back. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 27-07-2017)
bluic023. Stacey arrives at her destination. Established as Bourlet Close, London W1 by Neil Rigby. (RL)
bluic023n. What can I say that would make it better? (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 27-07-2017)
bluic024. Harry parks his car and heads to his Jazz Club.
bluic024n. Neil Rigby says this is Bourlet Close, London W1 and provides a Google shot to support. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 14-07-2017)
bluic026. Harry's Jazz Club in London.
bluic026n. Neil has found "Harry's Jazz Club" on Coronet Street, London N1 next to Hoxton Square and this replaces his proving google shot. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 04-08-2017)
bluic027. Harry's Jazz Club in daylight. As bluic026 (RL)
bluic027n. And here we are now. A lot of "dressing" for the film: peep shows, cinema, fake road signs ... And to the left (out of shot) is The Metro bar from The Crying Game. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 04-08-2017)
bluic028. Harry and Stacey heading for their car after a night at the opera......
bluic028n. Neil Rigby places this as the much revamped "Ten Trinity Square", London EC3 that was also seen in Skyfall, Behemoth and Patriot Games. In its new form as revealed by Google Earth. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 16-07-2017)
bluic029. . . to drive to their Hotel for the night. Neil found that the Hotel is the the University of London's Senate House on Malet Street, London WC1. The building is also seen in 'Blue Ice'. (RL)
bluic029n. And Peter provides this shot as proof. (Modern Photo Added: 23-08-2017)
bluic030. The next day, Harry heads out to meet up with a former colleague.
bluic030n. Along the same street, New Caavendish, travelled before. Indeed this was probably shot on the same sunny-ish day as bluic015. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 26-07-2017)
bluic031. Osgood (Alum Armstrong, who also appears with Michael Caine in 'Get Carter') makes a telephone call to the police, in the days before mobile phones, using a Telephone Kiosk. This is a well used filming location in the Borough Market Area of London, the Globe Public house.
bluic031n. Peter provides this comparison image of the location, now more hemmed in by a new railway bridge. (Modern Photo Added: 23-08-2017)
bluic032. Above view of The Globe Public House and Borough Market Junction on the railway. Harry climbs out of the window, over the roof and onto the railway.