FILM : Up the Creek
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Up the Creek 1958 David Tomlinson, Peter Sellers, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Vera Day, Lionel Jeffries, Sam Kydd Essex, Hertfordshire, London
Director : Val Guest   Production Company : Byron Film (Henry Halstead Productions)  Region : LONDON T-Z,SOUTH EAST R-Z

A well-meaning but accident-prone officer is given command of a mothballed ship to keep him out of trouble.

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Up the Creek - Discovering what the crew are up to, the Lieutenant confronts the Bosun. HMS Berkeley Castle was a Castle Class Corvette, launched in 1943 at Glasgow.
Up the Creek

upcre021. Discovering what the crew are up to, the Lieutenant confronts the Bosun. HMS Berkeley Castle was a Castle Class Corvette, launched in 1943 at Glasgow.

Up the Creek - Admiral Foley arrives at South East Command.
Up the Creek

upcre022. Admiral Foley arrives at South East Command.

Up the Creek - The Admiral goes inside and makes arrangements to visit bases between horse races.
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upcre023. The Admiral goes inside and makes arrangements to visit bases between horse races.

Up the Creek - Lieutenant Fairweather is blackmailed by the Bosun into collecting paint from the Naval Supply Base in exchange for rum. Looking towards Shenley Road from the junction of Theobold Street, Station Road and Allum Lane in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire with the War Memorial on the extreme left.
Up the Creek

upcre024. Lieutenant Fairweather is blackmailed by the Bosun into collecting paint from the Naval Supply Base in exchange for rum. Looking towards Shenley Road from the junction of Theobold Street, Station Road and Allum Lane in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire with the War Memorial on the extreme left.

Up the Creek - When he gets lost on the way, a Policeman (Leonard Fenton) is asked for directions. The corner of Shenley Road and Station Road, Borehamwood. Turning the other way is the bridge over the railway that was seen in the Children's Film Foundation short ‘Kontiki Kids’.
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upcre025. When he gets lost on the way, a Policeman (Leonard Fenton) is asked for directions. The corner of Shenley Road and Station Road, Borehamwood. Turning the other way is the bridge over the railway that was seen in the Children's Film Foundation short ‘Kontiki Kids’.

Up the Creek - Outside the Royal Naval Supply Base, Officers wait for Admiral Foley to appear.
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upcre026. Outside the Royal Naval Supply Base, Officers wait for Admiral Foley to appear.

Up the Creek - When the Admiral’s car is seen approaching, Coombes (Basil Dignam) runs inside the gateway to organise the welcoming parade.
Up the Creek

upcre027. When the Admiral’s car is seen approaching, Coombes (Basil Dignam) runs inside the gateway to organise the welcoming parade.

Up the Creek - Turning in from the opposite direction to the Admiral, Lieutenant Fairweather drives through the gates.
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upcre028. Turning in from the opposite direction to the Admiral, Lieutenant Fairweather drives through the gates.

Up the Creek - Arriving seconds later, Admiral Foley (Wilfrid Hyde-White) and his Flag Lieutenant (Tom Gill) get out of the car to be met by Coombes.
Up the Creek

upcre029. Arriving seconds later, Admiral Foley (Wilfrid Hyde-White) and his Flag Lieutenant (Tom Gill) get out of the car to be met by Coombes.

Up the Creek - The crew all look towards the sky after the Fairweather Falcon Mk4 rocket is accidentally launched. Having capsized in 1953, HMS Berkeley Castle arrived at Thomas W. Ward, ship-breakers in Grays during February 1956.
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upcre030. The crew all look towards the sky after the Fairweather Falcon Mk4 rocket is accidentally launched. Having capsized in 1953, HMS Berkeley Castle arrived at Thomas W. Ward, ship-breakers in Grays during February 1956.

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