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.

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Seven Days To Noon [DVD] [1950]

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Seven Days to Noon - The stadium was closed in 2000 and demolished in 2003 to be replaced by the current Wembley Stadium which was opened in 2007.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano071. The stadium was closed in 2000 and demolished in 2003 to be replaced by the current Wembley Stadium which was opened in 2007.

Seven Days to Noon - Except for the animals left behind, a deserted London Zoo is methodically checked. Seen from the Mappin Terraces, to the top of the capture stands the Mappin Pavilion, which was also seen in ‘The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer’.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano072. Except for the animals left behind, a deserted London Zoo is methodically checked. Seen from the Mappin Terraces, to the top of the capture stands the Mappin Pavilion, which was also seen in ‘The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer’.

Seven Days to Noon - Bomb sites in the City are scoured. Looking at St. Paul’s Cathedral from Cannon Street in EC4. The building to the left is at the corner of St. Paul’s Churchyard and Old Change.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano073. Bomb sites in the City are scoured. Looking at St. Paul’s Cathedral from Cannon Street in EC4. The building to the left is at the corner of St. Paul’s Churchyard and Old Change.

sedano073n. Peter provides this shot, recycled from October 2016, adding that "There's a new building obliterating the view now".
(Modern Photo Added: 31-05-2017)

Seven Days to Noon - Along with the myriad of London’s sewers, the Underground is searched. The Bakerloo Line’s Edgware Road station below Chapel Street in NW1.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano074. Along with the myriad of London’s sewers, the Underground is searched. The Bakerloo Line’s Edgware Road station below Chapel Street in NW1.

Seven Days to Noon - The location is confirmed as a Soldier swings the beam of his torch onto one of the station’s signs.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano075. The location is confirmed as a Soldier swings the beam of his torch onto one of the station’s signs.

Seven Days to Noon - On Sunday morning troops continue their search, moving nearer to the seat of government. Harley Street at the junction with Marylebone Road.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano076. On Sunday morning troops continue their search, moving nearer to the seat of government. Harley Street at the junction with Marylebone Road.

Seven Days to Noon - Looking towards Trafalgar Square from Pall Mall with the National Gallery and St. Martin-in-the-Fields forming the background.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano077. Looking towards Trafalgar Square from Pall Mall with the National Gallery and St. Martin-in-the-Fields forming the background.

sedano077n. Peter provides a similar shot. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 23-06-2017)

Seven Days to Noon - Facing Whitehall from Trafalgar Square.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano078. Facing Whitehall from Trafalgar Square.

sedano078n. Peter visited the area.
(Modern Photo Added: 14-06-2017)

Seven Days to Noon - As the net closes, troops encircle fictional St. Stephen’s church in Westminster where the Professor is eventually discovered praying at the altar. St. John's Gardens in W11 with St. John’s church as the background.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano079. As the net closes, troops encircle fictional St. Stephen’s church in Westminster where the Professor is eventually discovered praying at the altar. St. John's Gardens in W11 with St. John’s church as the background.

sedano079n. Definitely St John's Gardens in Notting Hill W11. The church also appears in 'Hennessy' and 'Steptoe and Son'. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 23-04-2011)

Seven Days to Noon - Superintendent Folland, Steve and Ann leave the Operations Room and are driven to St. Stephen’s church. Horse Guards Parade in SW1.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano080. Superintendent Folland, Steve and Ann leave the Operations Room and are driven to St. Stephen’s church. Horse Guards Parade in SW1.

sedano080n. A ground level shot of the parade ground from Peter. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 29-06-2017)

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