FILM : It Always Rains on Sunday
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
It Always Rains on Sunday 1947 Googie Withers, Edward Chapman, Sydney Tafler, Betty Ann Davies, John Slater, John McCallum, Jimmy Hanley, Alfie Bass, Jack Warner Whitechapel, Chalk Farm, London
Director : Robert Hamer   Production Company : Ealing Studios  Region : LONDON H-L

Portrays a working class family, in London's east end, shortly after World War II. Escaped convict Tommy Swann begs his former mistress to help him evade capture. Local policeman (Jack Warner) is given the task of hunting him down.

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It Always Rains on Sunday

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ia000n. Now. And three days later David Neicho whizzed this one back. Whitechapel High Street and Whitechurch Lane, London E1. Many thanks.

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It Always Rains on Sunday

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ia000an. With real rain, not that one can tell without milk in it to make it show up on film. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 13-10-2008)

It Always Rains on Sunday - I think  the church where John McCallum runs into the doorway out of the rain was in Kentish Town. You could see it clearly from the North London Line as it curved out of Camden Town. Roy Barnacle.
It Always Rains on Sunday

ia001. I think the church where John McCallum runs into the doorway out of the rain was in Kentish Town. You could see it clearly from the North London Line as it curved out of Camden Town. Roy Barnacle.

ia001n. Holy Trinity Church on the corner of Hartland Road and Clarence Road, now called Clarence Way. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2008)

It Always Rains on Sunday - Could this be the East End as well?
It Always Rains on Sunday

ia001a. Could this be the East End as well?

ia001an. Houses and graves gone. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2008)

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It Always Rains on Sunday

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ia001bn. Clarence Way. SJ. Jeffery Maunsell disagrees, he suggests that this is the other end of Hartland Road, from the end shown in 003bn and 003an
(Modern Photo Added: 14-07-2011)

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It Always Rains on Sunday

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ia001cn. Clarence Way. SJ.
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It Always Rains on Sunday

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ia001dn. Clarence Way. SJ.
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It Always Rains on Sunday

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It Always Rains on Sunday - With these little gardens, North London?
It Always Rains on Sunday

ia002. With these little gardens, North London?

ia002n. Clarence Way west of the railway bridge. Flame in the Streets street. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2008)

It Always Rains on Sunday - Clarence Way in Chalk Farm says Simon James, our resident sleuth.
It Always Rains on Sunday

ia003a. Clarence Way in Chalk Farm says Simon James, our resident sleuth.

ia003an. Simon adds that the same street also appears in 'Flame On the Streets' and refers us all to the pictute on p240 of his excellent book on Film Locations.
(Modern Photo Added: 16-06-2008)

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