FILM : Up the Creek
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Up the Creek 1958 David Tomlinson, Peter Sellers, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Vera Day, Lionel Jeffries, Sam Kydd Essex, Hertfordshire, London
Director : Val Guest   Production Company : Byron Film (Henry Halstead Productions)  Region : LONDON T-Z,SOUTH EAST R-Z

A well-meaning but accident-prone officer is given command of a mothballed ship to keep him out of trouble.

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Up the Creek - Accompanied by his Flag Lieutenant, Admiral Foley is driven through London. Trafalgar Square in WC2.
Up the Creek

upcre001. Accompanied by his Flag Lieutenant, Admiral Foley is driven through London. Trafalgar Square in WC2.

upcre001n. Peter captured the same, familiar location.
(Modern Photo Added: 08-05-2017)

Up the Creek - The Admiral’s car draws up outside The Admiralty where Lieutenant Humphrey Fairweather is waiting to be disciplined. Little Sanctuary in SW1 with Parliament Square in the background. The street was seen in ‘Break in the Circle’.
Up the Creek

upcre002. The Admiral’s car draws up outside The Admiralty where Lieutenant Humphrey Fairweather is waiting to be disciplined. Little Sanctuary in SW1 with Parliament Square in the background. The street was seen in ‘Break in the Circle’.

upcre002n. A new building blocks the view of Canada House in Peter's modern view.
(Modern Photo Added: 08-05-2017)

Up the Creek - The accident-prone Lieutenant Fairweather drives towards Meadow End and his new posting on HMS Berkeley. Moor Mill Lane alongside the River Ver near Bricket Wood in Hertfordshire with Moor Mill in the left distance.
Up the Creek

upcre003. The accident-prone Lieutenant Fairweather drives towards Meadow End and his new posting on HMS Berkeley. Moor Mill Lane alongside the River Ver near Bricket Wood in Hertfordshire with Moor Mill in the left distance.

Up the Creek - Lieutenant Humphrey Fairweather (David Tomlinson) stops to ask a Farmer (Donald Bisset) for directions. The bridge over the river has been removed following realignment of Smug Oak Lane between Smug Oak and the A5 at Colney Street.
Up the Creek

upcre004. Lieutenant Humphrey Fairweather (David Tomlinson) stops to ask a Farmer (Donald Bisset) for directions. The bridge over the river has been removed following realignment of Smug Oak Lane between Smug Oak and the A5 at Colney Street.

Up the Creek - After taking a short cut through the Suffolk countryside the Lieutenant arrives in Meadow End. The Green, Letchmore Heath in Hertfordshire with Leaper Cottages in the background.
Up the Creek

upcre005. After taking a short cut through the Suffolk countryside the Lieutenant arrives in Meadow End. The Green, Letchmore Heath in Hertfordshire with Leaper Cottages in the background.

Up the Creek - Stopping at The Pig & Whistle, Humphrey asks the Publican (Reginald Beckworth) if there's anywhere that he can wash after his jaunt across the fields. This is the Three Horse Shoes public house on The Green in Letchmore Heath. Seen in Village of the Damned, Die! My Darling and Confessions of a Window Cleaner.
Up the Creek

upcre006. Stopping at The Pig & Whistle, Humphrey asks the Publican (Reginald Beckworth) if there's anywhere that he can wash after his jaunt across the fields. This is the Three Horse Shoes public house on The Green in Letchmore Heath. Seen in Village of the Damned, Die! My Darling and Confessions of a Window Cleaner.

upcre006n. Not quite on angle but showing the tree stump outside the pub. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 30-04-2017)

Up the Creek - While the Lieutenant charms French barmaid Susanne, Bates (Sam Kydd) runs from the pub when he discovers who the officer is. Outside the Three Horse Shoes, Letchmore Heath.
Up the Creek

upcre007. While the Lieutenant charms French barmaid Susanne, Bates (Sam Kydd) runs from the pub when he discovers who the officer is. Outside the Three Horse Shoes, Letchmore Heath.

upcre007n. Again off angle but here's the present look. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 30-04-2017)

Up the Creek - The seaman hurries to Palace Wharf to warn HMS Berkeley’s crew about the new Commander. Columbia Wharf, Greys in Essex.
Up the Creek

upcre008. The seaman hurries to Palace Wharf to warn HMS Berkeley’s crew about the new Commander. Columbia Wharf, Greys in Essex.

Up the Creek - Bates rides towards the mothballed ship where his shipmates are running several rackets including a bakery and a laundry service. This is the jetty at Columbia Wharf in Grays and the ship is the former HMS Berkeley Castle.
Up the Creek

upcre009. Bates rides towards the mothballed ship where his shipmates are running several rackets including a bakery and a laundry service. This is the jetty at Columbia Wharf in Grays and the ship is the former HMS Berkeley Castle.

Up the Creek - Lieutenant Fairweather eventually arrives at the wharf. Columbia Wharf has now been given over to residential use.
Up the Creek

upcre010. Lieutenant Fairweather eventually arrives at the wharf. Columbia Wharf has now been given over to residential use.

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