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 - Another hoard of youths run along the banks of the Thames. This is Bankside SE1, just below Southwark Bridge, with the bridge carrying the Southern Railway route into Cannon Street in the background.
Hue and Cry

huecr059. Another hoard of youths run along the banks of the Thames. This is Bankside SE1, just below Southwark Bridge, with the bridge carrying the Southern Railway route into Cannon Street in the background.

huecr059n. A similar view by Peter.
(Modern Photo Added: 11-12-2015)

Hue and Cry - While Rob and Clarry attack Short, a wave of lads pours down to The Mall SW1. The base of the Duke of York Memorial stands in the background. The location was also seen in 'The Internecine Project', '101 Dalmatians' and 'The Passionate Friends'... Schoolboy recruits from Bromley Grammar et al were used for these scenes, Pat Bryan tells us.
Hue and Cry

huecr060. While Rob and Clarry attack Short, a wave of lads pours down to The Mall SW1. The base of the Duke of York Memorial stands in the background. The location was also seen in 'The Internecine Project', '101 Dalmatians' and 'The Passionate Friends'... Schoolboy recruits from Bromley Grammar et al were used for these scenes, Pat Bryan tells us.

huecr060n. Peter points out that New Zealand House now stands in the right background
(Modern Photo Added: 20-05-2016)

Hue and Cry - More boys converge on the derelict site.
Hue and Cry

huecr061. More boys converge on the derelict site.

huecr061n. To the right stands Southwark Bridge now. Picture by Ray Simmons.

Hue and Cry - As he tries to escape, Joe follows Nightingale into a bombed out building.
Hue and Cry

huecr062. As he tries to escape, Joe follows Nightingale into a bombed out building.

huecr062n. Another view of Southwark Bridge now from Ray Simmons.

Hue and Cry - Nightingale is heard on the floor above. Vintry House and Thames House on Queen Street Place form the backdrop.
Hue and Cry

huecr063. Nightingale is heard on the floor above. Vintry House and Thames House on Queen Street Place form the backdrop.

Hue and Cry - Joe picks his way carefully as Nightingale's laugh echoes through the ruins. Jeff Haythorpe tells us that in the background is Cannon Street railway bridge and just to the right of Southwark Cathedral's tower is an old Bell tower that was once part of Guys hospital. Jeff adds
Hue and Cry

huecr064. Joe picks his way carefully as Nightingale's laugh echoes through the ruins. Jeff Haythorpe tells us that in the background is Cannon Street railway bridge and just to the right of Southwark Cathedral's tower is an old Bell tower that was once part of Guys hospital. Jeff adds "I lived a few hundred yards from the tower, although it was demolished ten or so years ago."

huecr064n. Peter took this shot from the riverside.
(Modern Photo Added: 16-03-2016)

Hue and Cry - Spotting a chance, Joe goes after Nightingale, eventually overpowering the crook. Richard Hills advises that the bombed building where
Hue and Cry

huecr065. Spotting a chance, Joe goes after Nightingale, eventually overpowering the crook. Richard Hills advises that the bombed building where "The Battle of Ballard's Wharf" took place was Cameron Wharf on the north end of Southwark Bridge. Richard used to play in the ruined building and saw the film being made.

huecr065n. A rather changed horizon greeted Peter when he arrived to take this comparison.
(Modern Photo Added: 16-03-2016)

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