FILM : It's Not Cricket
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
It's Not Cricket 1949 Basil Radford, Naunton Wayne, Susan Shaw, Maurice Denham, Alan Wheatley, Nigel Buchanan Kent, London
Director : Roy Rich and Alfred Roome   Production Company : Gainsborough Pictures  Region : LONDON H-L,SOUTH EAST E-L

When they’re kicked out of Army Intelligence, a pair of incompetent officers set themselves up as private detectives before becoming involved with an escaping war criminal.

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It's Not Cricket - An Orderley (John Warren) directs Major J.J. Bright (Basil Radford) and Captain D.H. Early (Naunton Wayne) to the demobilisation centre.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr011. An Orderley (John Warren) directs Major J.J. Bright (Basil Radford) and Captain D.H. Early (Naunton Wayne) to the demobilisation centre.

It's Not Cricket - An establishing shot brings the film to London. The Valiant Trooper public house at 18 Goodge Street W1.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr012. An establishing shot brings the film to London. The Valiant Trooper public house at 18 Goodge Street W1.

itnocr012n. Peter took this shot of the pub sporting it's current name.
(Modern Photo Added: 14-06-2017)

It's Not Cricket - Pondering what to do in civilian life, the two cashiered Officers walk the streets. The Valiant Trooper, currently known as The Fitzrovia.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr013. Pondering what to do in civilian life, the two cashiered Officers walk the streets. The Valiant Trooper, currently known as The Fitzrovia.

itnocr013n. The establishment has seen several refurbishments. Image by Peter.
(Modern Photo Added: 14-06-2017)

It's Not Cricket - Going into the pub for a drink, the pair eventually decide to set up a high class private detective agency. The Valiant Trooper on the corner of Goodge Street and Whitfield Street in W1.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr014. Going into the pub for a drink, the pair eventually decide to set up a high class private detective agency. The Valiant Trooper on the corner of Goodge Street and Whitfield Street in W1.

itnocr014n. Peter provides this view of the present entrance arrangement.
(Modern Photo Added: 14-06-2017)

It's Not Cricket - Having made it to the Capital, Fisch makes sure the coast is clear before entering a telephone box. Facing west on Grosvenor Road in Pimlico, just outside The White Elephant on the River restaurant which is seen in ‘Four in the Morning’.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr015. Having made it to the Capital, Fisch makes sure the coast is clear before entering a telephone box. Facing west on Grosvenor Road in Pimlico, just outside The White Elephant on the River restaurant which is seen in ‘Four in the Morning’.

itnocr015n. The buildings to the right have all been rebuilt, as Peter's comparison shows.
(Modern Photo Added: 13-08-2017)

It's Not Cricket - The wanted war criminal calls his contact Felix. Grosvenor Road in SW1 with Battersea Power Station across the Thames on the left.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr016. The wanted war criminal calls his contact Felix. Grosvenor Road in SW1 with Battersea Power Station across the Thames on the left.

itnocr016n. Peter captures the same Mark K2 phone box, along with the ever changing background.
(Modern Photo Added: 13-08-2017)

It's Not Cricket - At the studio, Fisch enters the sports shop where Felix works.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr017. At the studio, Fisch enters the sports shop where Felix works.

It's Not Cricket - Secretary Primrose Brown is driven to the offices of her new employers, Bright and Early. Peter advises that this is the Senate House on Malet Street in London WC1.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr018. Secretary Primrose Brown is driven to the offices of her new employers, Bright and Early. Peter advises that this is the Senate House on Malet Street in London WC1.

It's Not Cricket - Gerald Lawson (Nigel Buchanan) and Primrose Brown (Susan Shaw) get out of the car and enter the building where the former Officer recognises his former comrades. Peter recognised the Senate House, administrative centre of the University of London in Bloomsbury.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr019. Gerald Lawson (Nigel Buchanan) and Primrose Brown (Susan Shaw) get out of the car and enter the building where the former Officer recognises his former comrades. Peter recognised the Senate House, administrative centre of the University of London in Bloomsbury.

It's Not Cricket - Meeting with their first client, Bright and Early take a cab to The Dorchester Hotel. The junction of Park Lane and Deanery Street in W1.
It's Not Cricket

itnocr020. Meeting with their first client, Bright and Early take a cab to The Dorchester Hotel. The junction of Park Lane and Deanery Street in W1.

itnocr020n. Peter had a problem with a tree......and the tree won. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 23-06-2017)

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