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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 ...
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...
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 – ...
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...
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...
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