FILM : Saturday Night Out
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Saturday Night Out 1964 Heather Sears, John Bonney, Bernard Lee, Colin Campbell, Francesca Annis, Vera Day London
Director : Robert Hartford-Davis   Production Company : Compton Films, Tekli British Productions  Region : LONDON R-S

Sailors on leave enjoy a night out on the town in various ways and with varying results. This introduced a new beat group called The Searchers. SJ

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Saturday Night Out [1963] [DVD]

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Saturday Night Out - Nice opening shot of London E14 in the pre tower days.
Saturday Night Out

satno001. Nice opening shot of London E14 in the pre tower days.

Saturday Night Out - Lodge goes to a bakery and that's Mellish Street, E14, so it could be on the corner with Alpha Grove… but Mick Lemmerman says this is incorrect. This is where Mellish St met West Ferry Rd, looking south. A new view doesn't prove much, because of the 60s Barkantine Housing estate on this site.
Saturday Night Out

satno002. Lodge goes to a bakery and that's Mellish Street, E14, so it could be on the corner with Alpha Grove… but Mick Lemmerman says this is incorrect. This is where Mellish St met West Ferry Rd, looking south. A new view doesn't prove much, because of the 60s Barkantine Housing estate on this site.

satno002n. Sent in by Adrian Wild with thanks to Google. Adrian agrees with the justification: "Look at discoloured pavement & street light by the white car." Now that's well noted!
(Modern Photo Added: 31-08-2014)

Saturday Night Out - The Washington Hotel as Lee or a double arrives.
Saturday Night Out

satno003. The Washington Hotel as Lee or a double arrives.

Saturday Night Out - Bonney and Sears outside the old GLC on the southbank, SE1
Saturday Night Out

satno004. Bonney and Sears outside the old GLC on the southbank, SE1

satno004n. Right where the Eye is now. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 06-07-2011)

Saturday Night Out - Annis, Haynes and Campbell outside Woolies.
Saturday Night Out

satno005. Annis, Haynes and Campbell outside Woolies.

Saturday Night Out - The night lights are all getting a bit too much. Piccadilly Circus, W1
Saturday Night Out

satno006. The night lights are all getting a bit too much. Piccadilly Circus, W1

satno006n. The 2013 look. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)

Saturday Night Out - These buildings may still be there.
Saturday Night Out

satno007. These buildings may still be there.

satno007n. Junction of Pennyfields, Ming St and Poplar High St E14. The pub, The Silver Lion was at 65 Pennyfields, demolished 1960s. The flats to the right are in Ming St those facing are the start of Poplar High St. David Neicho.
(Modern Photo Added: 16-12-2013)

Saturday Night Out - The view from Lodge and Nolan's place...
This picture is taken from the tower block called Thornfield House, looking west/southwest over still surviving Grenada House, behind it also surviving Trinidad House, behind it in turn the demolished Stepney Tower
Thornfield House still survives at Rosefield Gardens, E14 8EP. Greg
Saturday Night Out

satno008. The view from Lodge and Nolan's place... This picture is taken from the tower block called Thornfield House, looking west/southwest over still surviving Grenada House, behind it also surviving Trinidad House, behind it in turn the demolished Stepney Tower Thornfield House still survives at Rosefield Gardens, E14 8EP. Greg

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