Director : John Harlow Production Company : Kenilworth Film Productions Region : LONDON C-D
Suicidal-prone man agrees to be paid by criminal to delay his demise but then has a change of heart. SJ
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delac001. Ayres ready for a leap into the Thames. Is that Hammersmith Bridge? One for John.
delac001n. From the east side of the Riverside studios, W6. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 06-04-2014)
delac002. Quite distinctive.
delac002n. Nell Gwynn House, Sloane Avenue SW3.
Also used in Recoil (1953) and a short called The Spy's Wife (1972). With thanks to Alan Field for this and a better angle now replaces a google shot. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 20-11-2015)
delac003. A side view of the above.
delac003n. A stair redesign. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 20-11-2015)
delac004. A park: there's a hut in the middle and a lake to the right with a small island.
delac004n. Richard Lovejoy on the case. "Barnes Pond. It is difficult to find the exact location after all these years but at least the island is still there". (Modern Photo Added: 04-06-2013)
delac005. Wish those street signs were legible.
delac005n. They are in "Double Exposure" (Awaiting upload) where an almost identical shot is used. The corner of Brown Street and Harrowby Street, London W1, unfortunately from ground level. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 11-07-2016)
delac006. Nice cottage.
delac007. Wheatley and Ayres
delac008. Best cottage shot.
delac009. Very tough but could this handsomely-tiled building be protected?
delac009n. "Handsomely-tiled indeed, a month or two late to capture the lower tiles, maybe taken off for safety, but all is far from lost. http://www.olympiccinema.co.uk tells you all and more and bring joy to your heart." Richard Lovejoy who took the picture. Christopher Matheson confirms that Rodney Scott was at 121 Church Road, London SW13. To replace the 11/2012 now when it was shrouded in scaffolding, and yes they did preserve the tiles. RL) (Modern Photo Added: 24-11-2017)