FILM : Noose
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Noose 1948 Carole Landis, Derek Farr, Joseph Calleia, Stanley Holloway, Nigel Patrick London
Director : Edmond T. Gréville   Production Company : Edward Dryhurst Productions, Associated British Picture Corp  Region : LONDON M-N

A black-market racketeer in London is amassing a vast fortune until an American newspaper reporter learns about him and his operation.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson

Also known as 'The Silk Noose' (US Title)

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Noose [DVD] [1948]

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Noose - The film opens with a vista of the rooftops of London. A dome top right may give a clue to this area. David Dixon says that the establishing 12 sec. pan which starts from Nelson's Column, past the Houses of Parliament and as noos002 ends in Soho.
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noos001. The film opens with a vista of the rooftops of London. A dome top right may give a clue to this area. David Dixon says that the establishing 12 sec. pan which starts from Nelson's Column, past the Houses of Parliament and as noos002 ends in Soho.

Noose - The camera pans to find Soho where a spiv, Bar Gorman, is operating. To the left of centre, a distinctive pediment. David goes on to say that the shot appears to have been made from the roof of the Warner Brothers offices at 135-141 Wardour Street. The
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noos002. The camera pans to find Soho where a spiv, Bar Gorman, is operating. To the left of centre, a distinctive pediment. David goes on to say that the shot appears to have been made from the roof of the Warner Brothers offices at 135-141 Wardour Street. The "distinctive pediment" is in fact the roof of 13 Berwick Street seen from behind, now Silk Studios. (RL)

Noose - A corrected shot of a puddle in which someone is about to step. David Dixon identifies this as a reflection as noos004. (RL)
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noos003. A corrected shot of a puddle in which someone is about to step. David Dixon identifies this as a reflection as noos004. (RL)

Noose - Fictional St. Giuseppe's church in Soho, the last location shot of the feature.
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noos004. Fictional St. Giuseppe's church in Soho, the last location shot of the feature.

noos004n. David Dixon identifies this as The Chapel, The House of St Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, London W1. David's "now" shot, like the screen capture, is a reflection in a window opposite, previously Foyles bookshop which has now moved. All but the small bell tower seems to be the same. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 22-05-2016)

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