FILM : Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)
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Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) 1972 Leo Maguire, David Williams, Jack Haig, Teresa Codling, Adrian Hall Buckinghamshire
Director : Ian Shand   Production Company : Children's Film Foundation (CFF), Shand Pictures Ltd.  Region : SOUTH EAST E-L

A quaint village is about to be bulldozed to make way for a motorway until an alien outcast arrives from outer space and befriends a group of children, helping them to foil the plans.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson.

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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Outer Space [DVD]

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Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - On Byway village green, a group of boys play a rough game of football. This is the green in Denham, Buckinghamshire.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado001. On Byway village green, a group of boys play a rough game of football. This is the green in Denham, Buckinghamshire.

kado001n. And very picturesque too. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 14-02-2017)

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - Lucy Balfour (Teresa Codling) and her brother Billy (Adrian Hall) walk towards the green as the boys fight, destroying the flower beds. The corner of Village Road and The Pyghtle in Denham, also seen in 'The Games' and 'Jumping for Joy'.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado002. Lucy Balfour (Teresa Codling) and her brother Billy (Adrian Hall) walk towards the green as the boys fight, destroying the flower beds. The corner of Village Road and The Pyghtle in Denham, also seen in 'The Games' and 'Jumping for Joy'.

kado002n. The flower beds must have been completely destroyed. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 14-02-2017)

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - Jack Flitton (Bill Owen) asks his son Eric (Ian Pigot) if he wants a lift home as Old Robbo (Jack Haig) complains about the damaged flowers. The Pyghtle, Denham.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado003. Jack Flitton (Bill Owen) asks his son Eric (Ian Pigot) if he wants a lift home as Old Robbo (Jack Haig) complains about the damaged flowers. The Pyghtle, Denham.

kado003n. But benches have appeared. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 14-02-2017)

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - When an alien lands in a nearby field, Lucy runs home to find a hat to cover his antenna. This is Court Farm on Village Road, Denham.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado004. When an alien lands in a nearby field, Lucy runs home to find a hat to cover his antenna. This is Court Farm on Village Road, Denham.

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - As Billy, Lucy and Barney (David Williams) introduce their new acquaintance, PC Arthur Palfrey (Stephen Thorne) eyes Kadoyng (Leo Maguire) suspiciously after strange events have occured in the lane.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado005. As Billy, Lucy and Barney (David Williams) introduce their new acquaintance, PC Arthur Palfrey (Stephen Thorne) eyes Kadoyng (Leo Maguire) suspiciously after strange events have occured in the lane.

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - The Balfour children take Kadoyng to their farm. This appears to be on the avenue running between Denham Court and St. Mary's Church in Denham.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado006. The Balfour children take Kadoyng to their farm. This appears to be on the avenue running between Denham Court and St. Mary's Church in Denham.

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - Kadoyng is lead to the barn where it is hoped that the alien's space ship has been transported to. The barn is part of Court Farm, at one time a television and film editing facility.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado007. Kadoyng is lead to the barn where it is hoped that the alien's space ship has been transported to. The barn is part of Court Farm, at one time a television and film editing facility.

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - Professor Balfour (Gerald Sim) walks towards the barn as he looks for his children. Court Farm, Denham in Buckinghamshire.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado008. Professor Balfour (Gerald Sim) walks towards the barn as he looks for his children. Court Farm, Denham in Buckinghamshire.

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - The Balfour family pass construction works on their way to a meeting about the proposed motorway that will destroy Byway's village green and playing fields.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado009. The Balfour family pass construction works on their way to a meeting about the proposed motorway that will destroy Byway's village green and playing fields.

Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation) - Mrs. Balfour (Freida Knorr), the Professor and the children head for the village hall with their alien friend. Facing south-west on Village Road at the junction of Cheapside Lane with the Memorial Hall to the left.
Kadoyng (Children's Film Foundation)

kado010. Mrs. Balfour (Freida Knorr), the Professor and the children head for the village hall with their alien friend. Facing south-west on Village Road at the junction of Cheapside Lane with the Memorial Hall to the left.

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