FILM : Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape 1969 Robin Davies, Ian Ellis, Brinsley Forde, Suzanne Togni, Lionel Hawkes, Kim Tallmadge, Michael Audreson Gwent (Wales), Middlesex, Surrey
Director : Harry Booth   Production Company : Century Film Productions, Children's Film Foundation (CFF)  Region : SOUTH EAST M-Q,WALES

More misadventures of a group of seven children.

This listing features an episode from the second series of 'The Magnificent Six and 1/2' which were British short films made for the Children's Film Foundation.

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Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - Toby (Brinsley Forde), Stodger (Lionel Hawkes) and Peewee (Kim Tallmadge) arrive at the Reverend A.J. Mathews' jumble sale with a barrow load of clothing. Outside the church of Saint Mary Magdalene Littleton on Squire's Bridge Road in Shepperton, Surrey.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2101. Toby (Brinsley Forde), Stodger (Lionel Hawkes) and Peewee (Kim Tallmadge) arrive at the Reverend A.J. Mathews' jumble sale with a barrow load of clothing. Outside the church of Saint Mary Magdalene Littleton on Squire's Bridge Road in Shepperton, Surrey.

masiha2101n. OK, so I totally overlooked this longer shot so if someone would like to replace it please do so, meanwhile I will use 2128. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 10-02-2017)

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - The three youngsters head back to the streets with the empty barrow. The corner of Laleham Road and Watersplash Road in Shepperton.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2102. The three youngsters head back to the streets with the empty barrow. The corner of Laleham Road and Watersplash Road in Shepperton.

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - The children stop as a circus passes through the town. What good eyesight the kids have . . . this is High Street in Newport, Monmouthshire!
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2103. The children stop as a circus passes through the town. What good eyesight the kids have . . . this is High Street in Newport, Monmouthshire!

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - Announcing the arrival of the circus, a Clown stands on top of a Land Rover. The Castle Hotel stood on Shaftesbury Street in Newport but was demolished in the early 1970s for the Old Green Interchange to be built.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2104. Announcing the arrival of the circus, a Clown stands on top of a Land Rover. The Castle Hotel stood on Shaftesbury Street in Newport but was demolished in the early 1970s for the Old Green Interchange to be built.

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - This is Shaftesbury Street in Newport, facing the junction of Kingsway, Dock Street and High Street.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2105. This is Shaftesbury Street in Newport, facing the junction of Kingsway, Dock Street and High Street.

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - Ridden by their trainers, the elephants amble past. Another view of High Street in Newport.  The town was made a city in 2002 and has resided in Gwent since 1974.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2106. Ridden by their trainers, the elephants amble past. Another view of High Street in Newport. The town was made a city in 2002 and has resided in Gwent since 1974.

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - The circus parade is possibly stock footage.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2107. The circus parade is possibly stock footage.

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - After watching the parade pass, Peewee reminds the boys that they have important work to do to make the Reverend Mathews' jumble sale a success. The corner of Laleham Road and Watersplash Road again.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2108. After watching the parade pass, Peewee reminds the boys that they have important work to do to make the Reverend Mathews' jumble sale a success. The corner of Laleham Road and Watersplash Road again.

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - Toby dresses in an gorilla costume that has been donated. Hogarth Avenue in Ashford, Middlesex.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2109. Toby dresses in an gorilla costume that has been donated. Hogarth Avenue in Ashford, Middlesex.

Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape - The friends wheel their barrow along the street before a peckish Stodger darts into a sweet shop. Woodlands Parade at the corner of Feltham Hill Road and Hogarth Avenue, Ashford.
Magnificent Six and ½, The (Children's Film Foundation) Peewee Had a Little Ape

masiha2110. The friends wheel their barrow along the street before a peckish Stodger darts into a sweet shop. Woodlands Parade at the corner of Feltham Hill Road and Hogarth Avenue, Ashford.

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