FILM : Boys, The
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Boys, The 1962 Richard Todd, Robert Morley, Dudley Sutton, Ronald Lacey London
Director : Sidney J. Furie   Production Company : Atlas Productions  Region : LONDON A-B

Small gang of would-be Teddy Boys create a bit of mayhem which turn sour.

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The Boys [DVD] [1962]

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Boys, The - A garage. Could it be the one we saw in Never Let Go?
Boys, The

bo001. A garage. Could it be the one we saw in Never Let Go?

Boys, The - Cinema forecourt. Shaftesbury Avenue? Midland Bank and distinctive window across the road.
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bo002. Cinema forecourt. Shaftesbury Avenue? Midland Bank and distinctive window across the road.

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Boys, The - Bobby Willison identifies this as St. Mary Magdelene church, now on Rowington Close but on the corner of Woodchester Street and Cirencester Street at the time of filming. The church was also seen in 'The Blue Lamp'.
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bo003. Bobby Willison identifies this as St. Mary Magdelene church, now on Rowington Close but on the corner of Woodchester Street and Cirencester Street at the time of filming. The church was also seen in 'The Blue Lamp'.

bo003n. Richard Lovejoy provides this modern view of the area.
(Modern Photo Added: 12-04-2017)

Boys, The - Same street used in The Blue Lamp, 066. 
The shops on the right had been demolished when this film was made 15 years later.
Boys, The

bo003a. Same street used in The Blue Lamp, 066. The shops on the right had been demolished when this film was made 15 years later.

bo003an. Now shot of the area. Guy Legge.
(Modern Photo Added: 02-05-2012)

Boys, The - The demolished corner of Cirencester Street and Woodchester Street in W2.
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bo003b. The demolished corner of Cirencester Street and Woodchester Street in W2.

bo003bn. The same, very changed location. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 12-04-2017)

Boys, The - These buildings are identical to those in the opening sequence in A Cry From the Streets. They were in Randells Rd N1 off York Way. They have been demolished and are now a park. David Neicho.
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bo004. These buildings are identical to those in the opening sequence in A Cry From the Streets. They were in Randells Rd N1 off York Way. They have been demolished and are now a park. David Neicho.

Boys, The - Randells Rd N1 off of York Way, now demolished. David Neicho.
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bo005. Randells Rd N1 off of York Way, now demolished. David Neicho.

Boys, The - These buildings, identical to those in the opening sequence in A Cry From the Streets, are now a park. David Neicho.
Boys, The

bo005a. These buildings, identical to those in the opening sequence in A Cry From the Streets, are now a park. David Neicho.

bo005an. Vanished and yes Bingfield Park, taken from Rufford Street. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 19-04-2015)

Boys, The - Probably taken from the landing of one of the blocks looking north towards the industrial area of Vale Royal, hence the huge chimneys. David Neicho.
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bo006. Probably taken from the landing of one of the blocks looking north towards the industrial area of Vale Royal, hence the huge chimneys. David Neicho.

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