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 - The Professor throws his distinctive overcoat over the bridge where it falls onto railway coaches being prepared for the evacuation. Peter Brown believes that this is fact the Carriage Sidings at Clapham Junction as viewed from the passenger bridge between the SW main lines and the Windsor lines looking south west. He says that the window over the shed doors, still in evidence in 1977, together with the white blocks of flats in the far right distance are confirmation. (RL)
Seven Days to Noon

sedano031. The Professor throws his distinctive overcoat over the bridge where it falls onto railway coaches being prepared for the evacuation. Peter Brown believes that this is fact the Carriage Sidings at Clapham Junction as viewed from the passenger bridge between the SW main lines and the Windsor lines looking south west. He says that the window over the shed doors, still in evidence in 1977, together with the white blocks of flats in the far right distance are confirmation. (RL)

Seven Days to Noon - When her King Charles Spaniel Trixie takes a liking to him, Goldie Phillips (Olive Sloane) begins to speak with the Professor. Arthur Mervyn Pullin (Pawnbroker) was at 105 Golborne Road, London W10 (RL)
Seven Days to Noon

sedano032. When her King Charles Spaniel Trixie takes a liking to him, Goldie Phillips (Olive Sloane) begins to speak with the Professor. Arthur Mervyn Pullin (Pawnbroker) was at 105 Golborne Road, London W10 (RL)

Seven Days to Noon - Given away by Trixie whilst hiding in the shadows outside a theatre, the Professor is approached by Goldie who takes him to her small flat.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano033. Given away by Trixie whilst hiding in the shadows outside a theatre, the Professor is approached by Goldie who takes him to her small flat.

sedano033n. What was at the time the Bedford Theatre, Camden High Street, London NW1 that closed in 1959. The passageway is not in exactly the same place as the shot should show two shops to the left. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 10-06-2017)

Seven Days to Noon - Crowds gather outside 10 Downing Street on Thursday. The once freely accessible Downing Street with Whitehall in the left distance.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano034. Crowds gather outside 10 Downing Street on Thursday. The once freely accessible Downing Street with Whitehall in the left distance.

Seven Days to Noon - In cameo, actors John Stone and Charles Groves give comment whist reading a copy of The Stage outside the Garrick Theatre on Charing Cross Road WC2.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano035. In cameo, actors John Stone and Charles Groves give comment whist reading a copy of The Stage outside the Garrick Theatre on Charing Cross Road WC2.

sedano035n. Peter took this modern view of the theatre.
(Modern Photo Added: 14-06-2017)

Seven Days to Noon - Having listened to the Prime Minister’s radio broadcast outlining the Governments evacuation plan, Professor Willingdon leaves the Natural History Museum. The steps of the Natural History Museum on Cromwell Road SW7.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano036. Having listened to the Prime Minister’s radio broadcast outlining the Governments evacuation plan, Professor Willingdon leaves the Natural History Museum. The steps of the Natural History Museum on Cromwell Road SW7.

Seven Days to Noon - Goldie makes her way from the local pub after the Prime Ministers announcement is heard. The Queens Head public house at the corner of Black Prince Road and Vauxhall Walk in SE11 with buildings on Newport Street in the right background.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano037. Goldie makes her way from the local pub after the Prime Ministers announcement is heard. The Queens Head public house at the corner of Black Prince Road and Vauxhall Walk in SE11 with buildings on Newport Street in the right background.

sedano037n. The pub and the building in the left background survive. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 30-05-2017)

Seven Days to Noon - Troops begin to move after the broadcast. Cromwell Road outside the Natural History Museum.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano038. Troops begin to move after the broadcast. Cromwell Road outside the Natural History Museum.

Seven Days to Noon - The Professor waits for the Army trucks to pass. The junction of Cromwell Gardens and Exhibition Road in SW7.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano039. The Professor waits for the Army trucks to pass. The junction of Cromwell Gardens and Exhibition Road in SW7.

sedano039n. "The Cromwell Road sign and bollards at the traffic light convince me" confirms RL.
(Modern Photo Added: 04-05-2013)

Seven Days to Noon - John Willingdon crosses the road between buses carrying his likeness.
Seven Days to Noon

sedano040. John Willingdon crosses the road between buses carrying his likeness.

sedano040n. Richard Lovejoy sent this image adding 'Whilst I have had my doubts I have convinced myself that it is the V&A on the corner of Exhibition Road and Cromwell Gardens before it was "cleaned up"'.
(Modern Photo Added: 04-05-2013)

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