FILM : Jumping for Joy
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Jumping for Joy 1956 Frankie Howerd, Stanley Holloway, Joan Hickson, Lionel Jeffries, A.E. Matthews Buckinghamshire, London
Director : John Paddy Carstairs   Production Company : The Rank Organisation  Region : LONDON H-L,SOUTH EAST E-L

After losing his job at the race track, a man buys a sick greyhound and nurses it back to health before entering it in a major race.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson.

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Jumping for Joy - Punters are seen entering White City Stadium in London W12 for a greyhound meeting. The stadium was demolished in 1985 and the site is now occupied by BBC White City.
Jumping for Joy

jumjo001. Punters are seen entering White City Stadium in London W12 for a greyhound meeting. The stadium was demolished in 1985 and the site is now occupied by BBC White City.

Jumping for Joy - The stadium was also seen in 'Otley' and 'Mrs Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter'.
Jumping for Joy

jumjo002. The stadium was also seen in 'Otley' and 'Mrs Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter'.

Jumping for Joy - With a dustpan and brush, Willie Joy (Frankie Howerd) follows the racing dogs and their owners out onto the track.
Jumping for Joy

jumjo003. With a dustpan and brush, Willie Joy (Frankie Howerd) follows the racing dogs and their owners out onto the track.

Jumping for Joy - Willie and bookmaker Bert Benton (Lionel Jeffries) stands by while and Susan Storer (Susan Beaumont) looks after the dog.
Jumping for Joy

jumjo004. Willie and bookmaker Bert Benton (Lionel Jeffries) stands by while and Susan Storer (Susan Beaumont) looks after the dog.

Jumping for Joy - Following eviction from his lodgings when the landlady finds out that he has a dog, Willie goes shopping in London after being taken in by Captain Jack Montague. A studio set included for completeness.
Jumping for Joy

jumjo005. Following eviction from his lodgings when the landlady finds out that he has a dog, Willie goes shopping in London after being taken in by Captain Jack Montague. A studio set included for completeness.

Jumping for Joy - Willie arrives back at the Captain's railway carriage home. This is one of two locations that are real but there's not enough on view to make an identification remotely possible.
Jumping for Joy

jumjo005a. Willie arrives back at the Captain's railway carriage home. This is one of two locations that are real but there's not enough on view to make an identification remotely possible.

Jumping for Joy - A Boy (David Hannaford) watches as Captain Jack Montague (Stanley Holloway) gets ready to open a home-made trap while he and Willie attempt to train the dog.
Jumping for Joy

jumjo006. A Boy (David Hannaford) watches as Captain Jack Montague (Stanley Holloway) gets ready to open a home-made trap while he and Willie attempt to train the dog.

Jumping for Joy - Willie cycles past dragging a hare before crashing into a pool.
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jumjo007. Willie cycles past dragging a hare before crashing into a pool.

Jumping for Joy - A police car waits out of sight as a sports car approaches at speed.
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jumjo008. A police car waits out of sight as a sports car approaches at speed.

Jumping for Joy - As the car passes, the police set off in pursuit.
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jumjo009. As the car passes, the police set off in pursuit.

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