FILM : Friday the Thirteenth (1933)
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Friday the Thirteenth (1933) 1933 Jessie Matthews, Ralph Richardson, Max Miller, Robertson Hare London
Director : Victor Saville   Production Company : Gainsborough Pictures  Region : LONDON E-G

At one minute to midnight on a stormy Friday the thirteenth, a London bus heads towards disaster when lightning strikes.

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Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - At the start of the shift, Alf (Sonnie Hale) the Conductor calls down to Fred (Cyril Smith) the Driver as they prepare their bus. The Buses On Screen website advises that the bus carries garage code CL for Clay Hall garage, which was then new, and passed to the London Passenger Transport Board during 1933.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith001. At the start of the shift, Alf (Sonnie Hale) the Conductor calls down to Fred (Cyril Smith) the Driver as they prepare their bus. The Buses On Screen website advises that the bus carries garage code CL for Clay Hall garage, which was then new, and passed to the London Passenger Transport Board during 1933.

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - The train from Lincoln bringing Mrs Twigg and her nephew Johnny to the Capital arrives at Kings Cross station. Kings Cross Station on Euston Road, London N1. The station features in 'Career Girls', 'Hoffman' and 'The Ladykillers' amongst many.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith002. The train from Lincoln bringing Mrs Twigg and her nephew Johnny to the Capital arrives at Kings Cross station. Kings Cross Station on Euston Road, London N1. The station features in 'Career Girls', 'Hoffman' and 'The Ladykillers' amongst many.

frith002n. The same, often used location. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 13-10-2017)

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - In North London, traders gather outside the
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith003. In North London, traders gather outside the "Cally" Market. This establishing shot is taken at the corner of Caledonian Road and Roman Way in N7.

frith003n. The street sign has gone but the faded paint can still be made out. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 13-10-2017)

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - The clock on the tower moves slowly towards opening time. The Metropolitan Cattle Market in Islington N7 parts of which can be seen in 'The Committee', 'A Cry from the Streets' and 'Boys in Brown'.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith004. The clock on the tower moves slowly towards opening time. The Metropolitan Cattle Market in Islington N7 parts of which can be seen in 'The Committee', 'A Cry from the Streets' and 'Boys in Brown'.

frith004n. From ground level. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 13-10-2017)

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - Eager faces watch through the gates. After the trade in live animals ceased in the early 20th Century, a bric-a-brac market was held on the site until after the Second World War. The market finally closed in 1963.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith005. Eager faces watch through the gates. After the trade in live animals ceased in the early 20th Century, a bric-a-brac market was held on the site until after the Second World War. The market finally closed in 1963.

frith005n. It's not the same gateway, that one's gone, but I think you can get the idea. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 13-10-2017)

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - Being watched by a Detective, Cockney market trader Joe waits in the crowd. Facing north towards North Road from what later became known as Shearling Way.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith006. Being watched by a Detective, Cockney market trader Joe waits in the crowd. Facing north towards North Road from what later became known as Shearling Way.

frith006n. Behind the trees on the right, The Lamb public house still stands. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 13-10-2017)

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - The clock strikes 10. The clock tower is now surrounded by Caledonian Park and residential properties on New Clock Tower Place.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith006a. The clock strikes 10. The clock tower is now surrounded by Caledonian Park and residential properties on New Clock Tower Place.

frith006an. I couldn't wait until 10! (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 13-10-2017)

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - The gates are opened and the traders flock in. The Lamb public house stands to the top left.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith007. The gates are opened and the traders flock in. The Lamb public house stands to the top left.

frith007n. From ground level with The Lamb obscured by new homes on Clock View Crescent. (PW)
(Modern Photo Added: 13-10-2017)

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - Whilst walking his dog, Ralph Lightfoot (Robertson Hare) rests before flirting with Dolly (Leonora Corbett).
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith008. Whilst walking his dog, Ralph Lightfoot (Robertson Hare) rests before flirting with Dolly (Leonora Corbett).

Friday the Thirteenth (1933) - Ralph runs to buy stockings for Dolly after his dog Pook ruins the pair she is wearing.
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

frith009. Ralph runs to buy stockings for Dolly after his dog Pook ruins the pair she is wearing.

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