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, Olive Sloane, André Morell, Sheila Manahan, Hugh Cross London
Director : John Boulting and Roy Boulting   Production Company : London Film Productions, Boulting Brothers, British Lion  Region : LONDON R-S,SOUTH EAST R-Z

Becoming wary of the nuclear weapons he is helping to build, a Professor threatens to detonate a warhead in London unless the government begins disarmament.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson

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Seven Days To Noon [DVD] [1950]

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Seven Days to Noon - Professor Willingdon rides the escalator down to platform level.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano021. Professor Willingdon rides the escalator down to platform level.

Seven Days to Noon - As Steve and Ann rush down the stairs, the Professor boards a waiting train.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano022. As Steve and Ann rush down the stairs, the Professor boards a waiting train.

Seven Days to Noon - Having seen the train depart, Steve and Ann rush back to street level to find a phone booth. Logically, this should be the former Trafalgar Square station on the Bakerloo Line, now part of the Charing Cross station complex.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano023. Having seen the train depart, Steve and Ann rush back to street level to find a phone booth. Logically, this should be the former Trafalgar Square station on the Bakerloo Line, now part of the Charing Cross station complex.

Seven Days to Noon - Alighting in the suburbs, John Willingdon walks back to his lodgings. The frontage of Westbourne Park station on Great Western Road in W11 recognised by Kim Rennie.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano024. Alighting in the suburbs, John Willingdon walks back to his lodgings. The frontage of Westbourne Park station on Great Western Road in W11 recognised by Kim Rennie.

sedano024n. And again, Richard's picture proves the location.
(Modern Photo Added: 24-04-2013)

Seven Days to Noon - The Professor turns down an alleyway. Pete Robinson points out that this is the footpath running from Great Western Road to Tavistock Crescent between the Metropolitan public house and Westbourne Park Station.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano025. The Professor turns down an alleyway. Pete Robinson points out that this is the footpath running from Great Western Road to Tavistock Crescent between the Metropolitan public house and Westbourne Park Station.

sedano025n. The passageway is now inaccessible and buildings at the far end have been demolished. Image by Neville Taylor.
(Modern Photo Added: 12-06-2012)

Seven Days to Noon - The police arrive at the Professor's lodgings when Mrs. Peckett reports her suspicions about him being a landlady killer. Westbourne Park Villas in W2.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano026. The police arrive at the Professor's lodgings when Mrs. Peckett reports her suspicions about him being a landlady killer. Westbourne Park Villas in W2.

Seven Days to Noon - Professor Willingdon nears his lodgings. Westbourne Park Passage leading from Westbourne Park Road to Westbourne Park Villas.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano027. Professor Willingdon nears his lodgings. Westbourne Park Passage leading from Westbourne Park Road to Westbourne Park Villas.

sedano027n. Westbourne Park Passage now, also seen in 'Children of the Damned'. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 29-01-2009)

Seven Days to Noon - Seeing the police, the Professor stops in his tracks. Facing east on Westbourne Park Villas.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano028. Seeing the police, the Professor stops in his tracks. Facing east on Westbourne Park Villas.

Seven Days to Noon - A likely escape route is taken. Looking at the northern section of Westbourne Park Passage on Westbourne Park Villas. Also seen in 'Children of the Damned'.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano029. A likely escape route is taken. Looking at the northern section of Westbourne Park Passage on Westbourne Park Villas. Also seen in 'Children of the Damned'.

sedano029n. This replaces my 29/1/09 shot which showed an older version of the footbridge and not the best angle. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 16-07-2017)

Seven Days to Noon - The Professor looks back to see if he is being followed. Westbourne Park Passage running from Westbourne Park Villas to Hampden Crescent. The bridge was seen in ‘The Knack’.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano030. The Professor looks back to see if he is being followed. Westbourne Park Passage running from Westbourne Park Villas to Hampden Crescent. The bridge was seen in ‘The Knack’.

sedano030n. A good angle. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 29-01-2009)

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