Nigel Patrick, Katherine Woodville, Colin Blakely, Darren Nesbitt, Harry Andrews, Michael Coles, John Cowley, Frank Finlay, Roy Kinear, George Sewell
Embankment, Westminster, Soho, Pentonville?, King's Cross?, East End?, Paddington, Hampstead, Golders Green, Covent Garden, St. Pancras?, Pimlico?, London
Director : Ken Annakin Production Company : The Rank Organisation Region : LONDON H-L
A Detective investigating a series of bank robberies in London, is blackmailed by the gang he suspects of committing the crimes. As the crooks fall out with one another the truth comes to light and so the police discover the real story.
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in001a. The Thames Embankment, Westminster, near Boudiccia's statue, see "Defence of the Realm".
in002. The Thames Embankment, Westminster, near Boudiccia's statue, see "Defence of the Realm", "Made in Dagenham" and many others.
in002n. A shot from Nigel Matthews revealing, not surprisingly, that nothing has changed. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 07-08-2016)
in003. Mmmmmmmm. Has a Soho feel, off Shaftesbury Ave mebbee?
in005. Well errrrrrr.
in006a. Wonderful old yard, now probably gone. There is a funny back entrance like this opposite Centre Point on the corner of Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road, London, possibly Falconberg Mews or nearby.
in007. Shaftesbury Avenue. The theatre is the Lyric, showing Breaking Point with John Gregson, Robery Beattie and Paul Massie, which ran in 1962. Adrian Grepnold.
in007n. Now. Shaftesbury Avenue, pic by Adrian Grepnold. (Modern Photo Added: 16-06-2008)
in008. A distinctive tower, did this appear in "Deadly Affair"?
in008n. Granary Street, from Camley Street, London NW. The building on the left is next door (out of shot to the left) to St Pancras Coroners Court. The tower in the then shot is still there, but is mostly hidden by the trees in the now shot. This location was also featured in an episode of the 1960s t.v. series 'Gideon's Way' The episode was 'The Tin God'
Well spotted that man!
(Modern Photo Added: 08-12-2012)