FILM : Seven Days to Noon
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Seven Days to Noon 1950 Barry Jones, Andre Morell, Hugh Cross, Sheila Manahan, Joan Hickson Central London
Director : John & Roy Boulting   Production Company : Boulting Brothers  Region : LONDON R-S

An English scientist runs away from a research centre with an atomic bomb. In a letter sent to the British Prime Minister he threatens to blow up the centre of London if the Government don't announce the end of any research in this field within a week. Special agents from Scotland Yard try to stop him, with help from the scientist's assistant future son-in-law to find and stop the mad man.

All stills provided by Roy Barnacle.

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Seven Days To Noon [DVD] [1950]

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Seven Days to Noon - Buses.
This shot was taken in Methley Street in Kennington, London SE. My grand father was used as an extra and I have a press cutting which states that the residents of Methley street were all used as extras. Excellent backgtround from Philip Sherwood.
Seven Days to Noon

sdn001. Buses. This shot was taken in Methley Street in Kennington, London SE. My grand father was used as an extra and I have a press cutting which states that the residents of Methley street were all used as extras. Excellent backgtround from Philip Sherwood.

sdn001n. Methley Street, SE11. Chaplin once lived on this street. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 14-02-2013)

Seven Days to Noon - And here is the copy of the cutting, after 62 years. Philip Sherwood.
Seven Days to Noon

sdn001a. And here is the copy of the cutting, after 62 years. Philip Sherwood.

Seven Days to Noon - According to SJ this is Westbourne Park Passage, which connects Westbourne Park Villas to Westbourne Park Road. Also seen in Children of the Damned. Pete Robinson, quite rightly it would seem, given the brickwork (sdn002bn), points out that this is in fact a close up of sdn002b and therefore not WPP. (RL)
Seven Days to Noon

sdn002a. According to SJ this is Westbourne Park Passage, which connects Westbourne Park Villas to Westbourne Park Road. Also seen in Children of the Damned. Pete Robinson, quite rightly it would seem, given the brickwork (sdn002bn), points out that this is in fact a close up of sdn002b and therefore not WPP. (RL)

Seven Days to Noon -
Seven Days to Noon

sdn002b. 

sdn002bn. Passageway between Westbourne Park (Hammersmith & City Line) station and the Metropolitan pub. Now inaccessible and buildings at far end demolished. Neville Taylor took the pic.
(Modern Photo Added: 12-06-2012)

Seven Days to Noon - Down a narrower alley.
Seven Days to Noon

sdn003. Down a narrower alley.

sdn003n. Westbourne Park Passage, also seen in Children of the Damned. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 29-01-2009)

Seven Days to Noon - A pub somewhere.
Seven Days to Noon

sdn004. A pub somewhere.

Seven Days to Noon - Tate Gallery, Millbank, London.
Seven Days to Noon

sdn005. Tate Gallery, Millbank, London.

sdn005n. Now. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 21-05-2009)

Seven Days to Noon - The footbridge in Westbourne Park Villas, nearly opposite the passageway seen in sdn002/3 and also in Children of the Damned.
Seven Days to Noon

sdn006. The footbridge in Westbourne Park Villas, nearly opposite the passageway seen in sdn002/3 and also in Children of the Damned.

sdn006n. Not the best angle. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 29-01-2009)

Seven Days to Noon - Crossing the footbridge.
Seven Days to Noon

sdn007. Crossing the footbridge.

sdn007n. A good angle. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 29-01-2009)

Seven Days to Noon - The buildings after the buses have left (see sdn001).
Seven Days to Noon

sdn008. The buildings after the buses have left (see sdn001).

sdn008n. Nice blurred shot to mimic blurred "then:" totally on purpose, of course. Methley Street SE11 again. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 14-02-2013)

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