Where the Bullets Fly

Date: 1966
Director: John Gilling
Production Company: Alastair Films, Puck Films

Stars: Tom Adams, Dawn Addams, Tim Barrett, Michael Ripper, Tom Bowman
Location(s): London

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Storyline:

Secret agent Charles Vine, is charged with preventing various parties stealing the Spurium Aparatus, a device that allows a plane to fly fueled by nuclear power.

Additional Information:

Screen captures by Ray Edwards

The production received the assistance of the Royal Air Force (RAF) who allowed a number of scenes to be shot at the RAF Biggin Hill Aerodrome.

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Before the credits roll, we are taken to the South Bank opposite the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London.

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A large removal truck is guided towards the wall alongside the River Thames. River Walk, since renamed Queen's Walk, in SE1.

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Walking towards the truck are a group of seemingly innocent American tourists. Hungerford Bridge crosses the Thames in the background.

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The back of the truck opens to reveal a missile aimed at The Houses of Parliament. The location is now occupied by the London Eye and features in several films including 'Saturday Night Out'.

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The "innocent party" of American Tourists are heavily disguised British Agents, including Charles Vine (Tom Adams).

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Later in the movie we see Felicity 'Fiz' Moonlight (Dawn Addams) pull up outside a building with Charles Vine waiting outside.

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Charles gets into Felicity's car.

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Charles and Felicity drive off.

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The camera moves to follow Charles and Felicity as they continue to leave the area.

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Meanwhile in London, Seraph (Tim Barrett) walks towards the "Sunset Strip".

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Seraph and Charles leave Headquarters.

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Seraph and Charles having a conversation whilst heading for their car.

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Charles in the driving seat is joined by Seraph.

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Seraph in a car, pulls up to a gate.

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The gate is opened.

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Having arrived at the same place, Charles begins to pursue Seraph, chasing him across a bridge over a lock.

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Seraph steadily crosses a pair of lock gates.

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Charles still in hot pursuit across the same lock gates . . .

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. . . then across a bridge over this weir . . .

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. . . then over another bridge . . .

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. . . running alongside a lock with Seraph hiding . . .

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. . . Seraph running out of places to go . . .

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. . . doubles back . . .

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. . . still with Charles in pursuit armed and shooting at Seraph.

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Finally, Seraph disappears down a hole which Charles discovers before following.

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Seraph emerges from a manhole amongst a Salvation Army Band.

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A Russian Colonel (Tom Bowman) arrives to meet Seraph.

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Charles arriving at a mortuary.

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Back at Headquarters, Charles is seen leaving heading for a taxi.

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Charles, mid-shot, walking towards Platform 5 & 6 at Waterloo Mainline Station, London.

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Charles having his ticket checked whilst entering the platform at Waterloo Mainline Station, London.

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Charles looking for a member of Platform staff.

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Charles arrives by train at the station to find Angel (Michael Ripper) armed and waiting.

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Top Brass arriving at the airfield.

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Top brass entering the airfield. IMDB.com makes reference to RAF Biggin Hill being used for some movie scenes.

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Charles arrives by Land Rover adjacent to a Spurium fitted Dakota.