FILM : Hue and Cry
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Hue and Cry 1946 Jack Warner, Alastair Sim, Harry Fowler, Valerie White, Douglas Barr, Joan Dowling London
Director : Charles Crichton   Production Company : Ealing Studios  Region : LONDON H-L

A gang of street boys foil a master crook who sends commands for robberies by cunningly altering a comic strip's wording each week.

Replacement and additional screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson. Uncredited location identification by PW with original research by John Tunstill and Simon James

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Hue And Cry [DVD] [1947]

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Hue and Cry - The sleuth catches sight of the van he's been looking for. Bridge Road, London NW10.
Hue and Cry

huecr010a. The sleuth catches sight of the van he's been looking for. Bridge Road, London NW10.

Hue and Cry - Pike catches up with the truck carrying wooden crates, two containing dead bodies and the third . . . . Looking to the south-east on Taylor's Lane in Brent NW10 and the bridge carries the railway between Cricklewood and Acton Wells.
Hue and Cry

huecr011. Pike catches up with the truck carrying wooden crates, two containing dead bodies and the third . . . . Looking to the south-east on Taylor's Lane in Brent NW10 and the bridge carries the railway between Cricklewood and Acton Wells.

Hue and Cry - Joe is given a job at Covent Garden Market working for Jim Nightingale after mistakenly accusing a furrier of being entangled in the Selwyn Pike comic story.
Hue and Cry

huecr012. Joe is given a job at Covent Garden Market working for Jim Nightingale after mistakenly accusing a furrier of being entangled in the Selwyn Pike comic story.

Hue and Cry - Following a hard day at the market, Joe runs home. Jeff Haythorpe recognises the chimneys as those belonging to Battersea Power Station and this is Patmore Street in SW8.
Hue and Cry

huecr013. Following a hard day at the market, Joe runs home. Jeff Haythorpe recognises the chimneys as those belonging to Battersea Power Station and this is Patmore Street in SW8.

huecr013n. Patmore Street today. The chimney is behind the tree, trust me. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 19-08-2016)

Hue and Cry - After tea, Joe leaves the house pondering the comic strip adventure that seemed to become real. Facing south-east on Patmore Street with the ruins of St. Andrews Church standing on Stockdale Road in the background.
Hue and Cry

huecr014. After tea, Joe leaves the house pondering the comic strip adventure that seemed to become real. Facing south-east on Patmore Street with the ruins of St. Andrews Church standing on Stockdale Road in the background.

huecr014n. The rebuilt church. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 19-08-2016)

Hue and Cry - Deciding to investigate further, Joe and Alec go to see the author of the comic's story, Felix H. Wilkinson. David Neicho spotted Iverna Gardens in London W8.
Hue and Cry

huecr015. Deciding to investigate further, Joe and Alec go to see the author of the comic's story, Felix H. Wilkinson. David Neicho spotted Iverna Gardens in London W8.

huecr015n. The same location now, snapped by David Neicho.

Hue and Cry - The camera tilts up to Wilkinson's apartment where they all discover that the stories are being altered. Iverna Gardens in Kensington.
Hue and Cry

huecr016. The camera tilts up to Wilkinson's apartment where they all discover that the stories are being altered. Iverna Gardens in Kensington.

huecr016n. Iverna Gardens now, found and captured by David Neicho.

Hue and Cry - Joe makes his way to the publishers of the Trump. St. Andrews Street, London EC1 looking towards Holborn Circus identified by Robert Mockridge.
Hue and Cry

huecr017. Joe makes his way to the publishers of the Trump. St. Andrews Street, London EC1 looking towards Holborn Circus identified by Robert Mockridge.

huecr017n. The statue of Prince Albert at Holborn Circus and St. Andrew's Church both remain. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 06-09-2008)

Hue and Cry - The offices of 'Junior Publications Ltd'. Winion House at the corner of St. Andrews Street and Shoe Lane identified by Ray Simmons.
Hue and Cry

huecr018. The offices of 'Junior Publications Ltd'. Winion House at the corner of St. Andrews Street and Shoe Lane identified by Ray Simmons.

huecr018n. This is the same EC4 location now. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 06-09-2008)

Hue and Cry - From across the road, Joe watches the building before spotting a lad coming out. Robert Mockridge advises that this is looking eastward from the junction of St. Andrew Street and Shoe Lane. In the background is Farringdon Street and the tower of the Congregational Memorial Hall.
Hue and Cry

huecr019. From across the road, Joe watches the building before spotting a lad coming out. Robert Mockridge advises that this is looking eastward from the junction of St. Andrew Street and Shoe Lane. In the background is Farringdon Street and the tower of the Congregational Memorial Hall.

huecr019n. Peter found just a few alterations! Farringdon Street still stands in the background, with seemingly more changes to come.
(Modern Photo Added: 24-06-2016)

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