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 - Rhona is driven to safety by Ford, who is revealed to be Tattooed Jack.
Hue and Cry

huecr039. Rhona is driven to safety by Ford, who is revealed to be Tattooed Jack.

Hue and Cry - Thinking that Dicky has been captured, the rest of the gang make their weary way home. Thomas More Street in London E1. This walled road was formerly called Nightingale Lane and was seen in 'Seven Green Bottles'.
Hue and Cry

huecr040. Thinking that Dicky has been captured, the rest of the gang make their weary way home. Thomas More Street in London E1. This walled road was formerly called Nightingale Lane and was seen in 'Seven Green Bottles'.

Hue and Cry - The kids near home . . . where they find Dicky waiting. Looking down from King William Street onto Lower Thames Street in EC3 with the Steam Packet Tavern public house on the corner of Fish Street Hill to the left. The location was recognised by Peter . . . . .
Hue and Cry

huecr041. The kids near home . . . where they find Dicky waiting. Looking down from King William Street onto Lower Thames Street in EC3 with the Steam Packet Tavern public house on the corner of Fish Street Hill to the left. The location was recognised by Peter . . . . .

huecr041n. . . . . . who also provides this comparison shot.
(Modern Photo Added: 08-06-2016)

Hue and Cry - Using Dicky's information and getting Felix Wilkinson to write a suitable story for the next Trump, a Boy waits to give the signal after Joe and the gang set up a scheme to capture Nightingale and his villains. Looking across to Cannon Street railway bridge and Southwark Cathedral from Southwark Bridge at Queen Street Place EC4.
Hue and Cry

huecr042. Using Dicky's information and getting Felix Wilkinson to write a suitable story for the next Trump, a Boy waits to give the signal after Joe and the gang set up a scheme to capture Nightingale and his villains. Looking across to Cannon Street railway bridge and Southwark Cathedral from Southwark Bridge at Queen Street Place EC4.

huecr042n. Peter provides this backlit shot highlighting the cathederal.
(Modern Photo Added: 30-12-2015)

Hue and Cry - Groups of boys hide around the film's Ballard's Wharf as Operation Seagull begins. This was a bombsite lying between Queen Street Place, Upper Thames Street and Cousin Lane.
Hue and Cry

huecr043. Groups of boys hide around the film's Ballard's Wharf as Operation Seagull begins. This was a bombsite lying between Queen Street Place, Upper Thames Street and Cousin Lane.

Hue and Cry - Receiving a phone call, messenger boys set off from the telegraph office and head to the wharf.
Hue and Cry

huecr044. Receiving a phone call, messenger boys set off from the telegraph office and head to the wharf.

Hue and Cry - At Robb's ice cream factory, young vendors climb onto their tricycles.
Hue and Cry

huecr045. At Robb's ice cream factory, young vendors climb onto their tricycles.

Hue and Cry - With bells ringing, the ice cream sellers tear through the streets. To the right stands The Queen Victoria public house at the corner of High Street and The Grove in Ealing. The pub is currently known as The Grove.
Hue and Cry

huecr046. With bells ringing, the ice cream sellers tear through the streets. To the right stands The Queen Victoria public house at the corner of High Street and The Grove in Ealing. The pub is currently known as The Grove.

Hue and Cry - The shot pans with the tricycles to bring Christ the Saviour Parish Church into view. This is Ealing in London W5.
Hue and Cry

huecr047. The shot pans with the tricycles to bring Christ the Saviour Parish Church into view. This is Ealing in London W5.

Hue and Cry - Boys descend onto the bombsite to apprehend Nightingale's bunch of thieves as they unload their trucks. Facing the junction of Queen Street Place and Upper Thames Street.
Hue and Cry

huecr048. Boys descend onto the bombsite to apprehend Nightingale's bunch of thieves as they unload their trucks. Facing the junction of Queen Street Place and Upper Thames Street.

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