- 09 Dec: Feature Film - Talking Pictures
Feature films that have been investigated by our sleuths and which have recently appeared on the new TV channel Talking Pictures. channel 81: Freeview, channel343: Sky Digital UK, channel 445: Virgin Media UK, channel 306: Freesat and channel 81 YouView.
Emergency Call, 1952. A young child must have a blood transfusion, but she has a rare blood group. Can a donor be found? Starring Jack Warner ...
- 23 Nov: Locations Identified
Monsieur Ripois 019 and 056 – Ron and Ray Glenister
Please Sir! 033a and 035 – Oliver Fosker
Bond of Fear 012 – Russ Williamson
Sapphire 045 and 046 – Christopher Matheson
Hobson’s Choice 010b – Martin Green
Woman in a Dressing Gown 004 and 005 – Ray and Ron Glenister
Man from Tangier 028 – Timothy Hewlett
- 16 Nov: Talking Pictures TV
Talking Pictures TV
It has recently come to our attention that from the afternoon of Thursday 30th November Talking Pictures TV will be available on Freeview NATIONWIDE to 90% of the Country. If you can currently watch Yesterday Channel on number 19 or Home on number 25 you will be able to receive it (well, virtually everyone!). No need for any special TV or HD box equipment, the signal is being ...
- 10 Nov: Further Locations Identified
Further Locations Identified
Dance Hall 009 to 011 – Ray and Ron Glenister
Dilemma 005 – Richard Savage
Interlude 003 to 005 – Steve Cook
Mrs Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter 051 and 052 – Steve Cook
Circle of Danger 015 and 020 – Ron and Ray Glenister
Sapphire 047 and 050 – Christopher Matheson
Thank you all again, the high level of informa...
- 01 Nov: Location Updates
Naked Runner, The 014 and 015 – Geoff Dodd
Dublin Nightmare 005 – N. Mason
What’s Good for the Goose 004 to 006 – Neil Rigby
Interlude 013 – John Cobbett Maddy
Yellow Balloon 018 to 020 – John Cobbett Maddy
Obsession 002a to 002d – Ray and Ron Glenister
Face of Fu Manchu, The 026, 028a and 028b – Alan Bourke
Prick Up You...
- 25 Oct: FILM - Remembrance
FILM - Remembrance
Our contributor friend Dave Wilson has worked tirelessly to obtain a public screening of the long lost film Remembrance. Released in 1981 and filmed in Plymouth it follows the lives of young Royal Navy recruits and includes many memorable scenes as well as being the first major film role for Gary Oldman. Dave's efforts have finally been rewarded and it is scheduled to be ...
- 16 Oct: Another batch of locations
And Another Batch of Locations
Beauty Jungle, The 054 and 055 – Hugo Mitchell
Hypnotist, The 018 to 020, 029 and 030 – Ray and Ron Glenister
Sliding Doors 006 – Jonathan Horswell
Prostitute 030 – Jonathan Horswell
Friday the Thirteenth (1933) 011 – Peter Brown
That’ll Be The Day 005 and 005a – Michael Green information
Cool it Carol 006 – Dave...
- 07 Oct: More Locations Resolved
More Locations Resolved
The volume of information, interest and indeed compliments that we are receiving is truly rewarding. Thank you all and welcome to all those names that are new to us.
Yes, it is another long list!
Blue Lamp, The 034 – Martin Green
Flight of the Doves 030, 033, 034 and 056 – Ian Wallace
Nearest and Dearest 009 – Aaron Gray
Genevieve 049 – ...
- 02 Oct: Autumn Reel Streets Meeting
Autumn Reel Streets Meeting
Apologies for the short notice, plenty of reasons but no excuses. The autumn get together has been arranged for this Wednesday the 4th October starting at The Holly Bush, 22 Holly Mount, Hampstead London NW3 at 4.30pm, this "watering hole" features in The Killing of Sister George. Suitably refreshed we propose moving back down on to Heath Street, passing settings for o...
- 02 Oct: Gangland London Film Festival
Gangland London Film Festival
Our contributor friend Aiden McManus (aka Twitter's FlipLondon Tours) has again drawn our attention to a forthcoming Film Festival in London. Taking place Saturday and Sunday 14th and 15th October at the Regent Street Cinema six classic London gangland films are being shown alongside some Q&A sessions with film specialists, crime authors and historians. The Festi...
- 25 Sep: Battersea Society - Film Showing
Battersea Society - Film Showing
It has been brought to our attention that the Society is presenting a public showing of The Happy Family (1952) on Thursday 5th October at the Battersea Power Station Village Hall. This delightful Ealing-style comedy tells the story of Mr and Mrs Lord who refuse to move out of their corner shop on the South Bank to make way for the building of the Festival Hall. I...
- 21 Sep: Another Batch of Locations
Another Batch of Locations
WOW! You really are keeping us busy, thank you all very much. Before the listing gets too long here is the latest information we have received.
Sing As We Go 000e – Graham Chivrall
Krays, The 016 – Rachelle DuFrans
Nothing Barred 024 – John Cobbett-Maddy
Wrong Arm Of The Law 007 and 008 – Michael Bonnefoy
Three Musketeers, The (1973) 017 &nd...
- 17 Sep: Location Updates
Breakaway 040 – Christopher Matheson
Escape (1948) 131 – Jonathan Horswell
Four in the Morning 022 – Ray and Ron Glenister
Beauty Jungle, The 027 to 030 - Ian Wegg
Angry Silence, The 041 to 045 - Graham Whelehan
I've Gotta Horse 011 – Russ Williamson
Naked Runner, The 011 and 012 – Steve Dowthwaite
Hudson Hawk 007 – Arthur Drysdale
- 03 Sep: Locations Update
Lady Godiva Rides Again 005 – Christopher Matheson
Von Ryan’s Express 010 – Henry
14, The 060 – Information from Tariq Ali
Bank Job, The 022 – Neil Rigby
Tommy 027 – Jim Mills
Burning an Illusion 012, 029 and 030 – Wade Bayliss
Time Bandits 010 to 012 – Nigel Gibbins
Thank you all for your interest during the busy holiday mont...
- 18 Aug: Gordon Ostlere Dies Aged 95
Gordon Ostlere Dies Aged 95
Gordon Ostlere, who has died aged 95, was a real-life doctor until 1952, when under the name 0f Richard Gordon, he wrote Doctor in the House, and a film adaptation followed two years later. Dirk Bogarde, Kenneth More, Donald Sinden and Donald Houston, all at the fictional St Swithin’s hospital devoted their time to girls, booze and sport, whilst James Robertson...
- 18 Aug: Pool of London
Pool of London
Would the Mike that contacted us regarding this film please get in touch again and confirm his email address as all communications using variants of the one given have failed.
- 15 Aug: Locations Identified
Melody (aka S.W.A.L.K) 022 - Stephen Graham
Alfie Darling 053 - C Chanbars
Monty Python and the Holy Grail 027 - Jonathan Judd
Monsieur Ripois 043 – Ron Glenister
Not So Dusty 021 and 022 – Ian Hedgcock
Deadly Strangers 001 to 004, 012 to 015 - Richard Pearson
Catch Us If You Can 014 – Richard Pearson
Thank you all once more for your inter...
- 08 Aug: Earl Cameron - 100 Today
Earl Cameron - 100 Today
Congratulations to Earl Cameron who celebrates his Hundredth Birthday today. He played in many films, some of which appear on our site; Pool of London, Flame in the Streets, Woman for Joe, Thunderball, Sapphire, etc. Well done that man! Thank you for contributing to our entertainment and our site.
8th August 2017...
- 06 Aug: Latest Locations Identified
Latest Locations Identified
Blue Ice 014 – Neil Rigby
Place to Go, A 019 and 020 – Ron and Ray Glenister
Rome Express 006 – Peter Brown
Deadly Strangers 034 – Jonathan G
Au Pair Girls 006g – Phil h
Pink Floyd – The Wall 013 – Christopher Matheson
Monsieur Ripois 042 –Ray Glenister
Blue Lamp, The 064 – Ray Glenister
Without a Clue ...
- 21 Jul: Loseley Park
Loseley Park , Guildford, Surrey
Contributors to Reelstreets will know that doing what we do can open up opportunities to head for areas that we would not normally consider or visit specific locations that we perhaps had never previously heard of. The latter certainly happened to me when covering The Counterfeit Gang and subsequently learning that Loseley Park and indeed the House, had featured...
- 18 Jul: Locations Identified
The length of this listing shows how busy we continue to be. Thank you all for your keen observations and for getting in touch.
Lavender Hill Mob, The 004k – Paul Mannas
Corridors of Blood 005 to 008 – Paul Canty
Barry Lyndon 026 – Alan Bourke
Never Let Me Go (1953) – Memory Header Section – Judi Simmons
Spare a Copper 015 and 016 – To...
- 01 Jul: End of the Month Locations
End of the Month Locations
We could not let the month of June, that has been so busy with correspondence and information, close without a final round up. Thank you all once again, you have set the bar high.
Mr Nice 029 and 030 – Jonathan Godwin
Likely Lads, The – Information from Glenn Aylett in the Header Section
Suspended Alibi 016 and 017 – Christopher Matheson
I Was Mont...
- 22 Jun: Locations Identified
Blue Lamp, The 093 – Dave Buckley
Man Who Never Was, The 006a – John Tuthill
One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing 021 – Jonathan Horswell
Card, The 026 to 029 – Ned Bintcliffe
Corridors of Blood 001 to 004 – Mike Partridge
Allez France 024 to 026, 028, 047 to 049 – Jim
Belles of St. Trinian’s, The 007 – Paul Atkinson
Flame in ...
- 13 Jun: Yet More Locations Identified
Yet More Locations Identified
That this is the third week in succession a listing has had to be published before it gets too long is with all credit and thanks to the interest and involvement of you our viewers, contributors or whatever the correct term may be.
A big THANK YOU, please keep writing in.
Black Windmill, The 001 and 002 – Stefan Cucos
Challenge, The 054 and 05...
- 04 Jun: More Locations Identified
More Locations Identified
The listing is growing so quickly this month already that it seems appropriate to bring you all up to date. Thank you all for keeping us so busy.
Gentle Sex, The 010 – Lionel and Cynthia Sear
Midnight in St. Petersburg 011 – Harry Hulme
System, The 015f and 015g – Ray Cutler
These Dangerous Years 020, 027 and 028 – Paul Canty
Hands of the Rip...