FILM : Obsession (1949)
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Obsession (1949) 1949 Robert Newton, Naunton Wayne Central London
Director : Edward Dmytryk   Production Company : GFD / Independent Sovereign  Region : LONDON O-Q

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Obsession [1950] [DVD] [1949]

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Obsession (1949) - Probably Blackburn's Street, London. Near Grosvenor Square. The building site was the bomb damaged site that was probably used in the film, it became the American embassy, see Children of the Damned.
Obsession (1949)

obs001. Probably Blackburn's Street, London. Near Grosvenor Square. The building site was the bomb damaged site that was probably used in the film, it became the American embassy, see Children of the Damned.

Obsession (1949) - Blackburn's Street W1, I believe.  Yes, it is, see London Metropolitan Archives, Collage Record No: 130250 and Ray Glenister has come up with the same conclusion and the same supporting evidence. (RL)
Obsession (1949)

obs002a. Blackburn's Street W1, I believe. Yes, it is, see London Metropolitan Archives, Collage Record No: 130250 and Ray Glenister has come up with the same conclusion and the same supporting evidence. (RL)

Obsession (1949) - Ray and Ron Glenister places this as the Corner of Culcross Street and Blackburne's Mews. (RL)
Obsession (1949)

obs002b. Ray and Ron Glenister places this as the Corner of Culcross Street and Blackburne's Mews. (RL)

Obsession (1949) - At the workshop gate in Blackburne's Mews say Ray and Ron Glensiter. (RL)
Obsession (1949)

obs002c. At the workshop gate in Blackburne's Mews say Ray and Ron Glensiter. (RL)

Obsession (1949) - Culcross Street, London W1. (RL)
Obsession (1949)

obs002d. Culcross Street, London W1. (RL)

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Obsession (1949)

obs002e. 

Obsession (1949) - Grosvenor Square, London, W1.
Obsession (1949)

obs003a. Grosvenor Square, London, W1.

obs003an. Now. Grosvenor Square, by Russell Groves, thanks Russ.
(Modern Photo Added: 13-02-2009)

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Obsession (1949)

obs003b. 

obs003bn. Now. And again, from Russell.
(Modern Photo Added: 13-02-2009)

Obsession (1949) - Grosvenor Square, London, W1, and the bomb-site behind Harry Trueman, is the one that appears over my left shoulder, right side of the picture. I was 16, so it was taken in 1956! Fame at last!!!
Obsession (1949)

obs003c. Grosvenor Square, London, W1, and the bomb-site behind Harry Trueman, is the one that appears over my left shoulder, right side of the picture. I was 16, so it was taken in 1956! Fame at last!!!

obs003cn. Now. We'll have to do a bit of Photoshop on this one, Russell kindly took the pic, the buildings have been restored, whilst I'm gently decaying!
(Modern Photo Added: 13-02-2009)

Obsession (1949) - Mind the gap!
Obsession (1949)

obs003d. Mind the gap!

obs003dn. Now. Russell confirms.
(Modern Photo Added: 13-02-2009)

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