Jeannie Elgar remembers the filming in Pimlico when she was a little girl and was actually in a crowd scene when they were told to cheer as the cars went by. In retrospect she believes that it could not have been an Oscar winning performance as it was cut! There was a nightclub along the embankment which the stars frequented, Jeannie asked for Kenneth More's autograph......but was refused!
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genev001. Two Barristers walk across a courtyard of the Royal Courts of Justice in London WC2.
genev001n. On an open day at the Courts, Peter took this comparison through the gates. (Modern Photo Added: 21-09-2016)
genev002. Alan McKim (John Gregson) bumps into the Barristers as he rushes out of the building. The Royal Courts of Justice off Strand.
genev003. Another Barrister tries to sidestep as Alan runs up the steps from the courtyard. Through the screen in the background can be seen buildings on Carey Street WC2.
genev004. Alan catches up with a John (Patrick Young) and asks him to put his cloak and wig into his locker. This part of the Royal Courts of Justice was also seen in 'Steptoe and Son'.
genev004n. This shot was taken by Peter through the railings and a gap in the security screen on Carey Street. (Modern Photo Added: 21-09-2016)
genev005. Now free for the weekend, Alan runs across the Strand outside the Royal Courts. The location was used in 'Action for Slander','The Assassination Bureau Limited', 'Libel' and 'Brothers in Law'.
genev005n. Peter captures the scene in 2016 noting that the crossing has been relocated and now a combined Belisha Beacon lamp standard. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 25-04-2016)
genev006. After starting his treasured Genevieve, Alan climbs aboard and signals to pull into the traffic. Strand in London WC2.
genev006n. Now. Law Courts in the Strand, London.
genev007. In a cloud of exhaust, Alan drives the veteran car away. Facing west on Strand with St. Clement Danes church to the right.
genev007n. Peter snapped the same corner, and trees, but there's been some rebuilding across the road. (Modern Photo Added: 06-06-2016)
genev008. Arriving in the mews where he lives with his wife Wendy, Alan parks up and enters the empty house. Rutland Mews South, London SW7.
genev008n. The same location now. SJ. (Modern Photo Added: 28-07-2008)
genev009. Wendy McKim (Dinah Sheridan) returns from shopping. At the time of filming this was known as Rutland Mews.
genev009n. Changes abound, but still some matches, in Rutland Mews South. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 17-02-2017)
genev010. The couple's friend Ambrose Claverhouse (Kenneth More) turns up on the eve of the annual London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. Rutland Mews South in Knightsbridge SW7. The location was also seen in 'The Killing of Sister George'.
genev010n. The white mews house survives. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 17-02-2017)