FILM : Franchise Affair, The
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Franchise Affair, The 1951 Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, Anthony Nicholls, Kenneth More, Peter Jones, Patrick Troughton Hertfordshire, Gloucestershire
Director : Lawrence Huntington   Production Company : Associated British Picture Corporation (ABPC)  Region : SOUTH EAST E-L

Robert Blair, a local solicitor, is called on to defend two women, Marion Sharpe and her mother, who are accused of kidnapping and beating a fifteen-year-old war orphan named Betty Kane.

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Franchise Affair, The - The movie opens with a young lady roaming country roads in pouring rain. She gets a lift from a passing lorry. We see here here having been dropped off. She is running towards her home.
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf001. The movie opens with a young lady roaming country roads in pouring rain. She gets a lift from a passing lorry. We see here here having been dropped off. She is running towards her home.

Franchise Affair, The - The story is based on a novel by Josephine Tey and is set in the village of Milford. In the film, the village is Melford. We see a local bus service heading down the hill  . . . . .
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf002. The story is based on a novel by Josephine Tey and is set in the village of Milford. In the film, the village is Melford. We see a local bus service heading down the hill . . . . .

Franchise Affair, The - . . . winding its way downwards towards Melford.
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf003. . . . winding its way downwards towards Melford.

Franchise Affair, The - The bus arrives in the village. High Street, Chipping Campden, Glos. (RL)
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf004. The bus arrives in the village. High Street, Chipping Campden, Glos. (RL)

Franchise Affair, The - The camera pans, following the bus. Market Hall, High Street, Chipping Campden, Glos. (RL)
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf005. The camera pans, following the bus. Market Hall, High Street, Chipping Campden, Glos. (RL)

Franchise Affair, The - Lawyer, Robert Blair (Michael Dennison) is seen walking to his office.
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf006. Lawyer, Robert Blair (Michael Dennison) is seen walking to his office.

Franchise Affair, The - Robert pauses to say hello to a baby in a pram. How times change, no prams now let alone leaving a baby unattended in a street! High Street, Chipping Campden, Glos. (RL)
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf007. Robert pauses to say hello to a baby in a pram. How times change, no prams now let alone leaving a baby unattended in a street! High Street, Chipping Campden, Glos. (RL)

Franchise Affair, The - Robert, having been allocated the job of defending Marion Sharpe (Dulcie Gray) and her mother, approaches their home,
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf008. Robert, having been allocated the job of defending Marion Sharpe (Dulcie Gray) and her mother, approaches their home, "The Franchise".

Franchise Affair, The - Robert pulls up behind a Police car outside
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf009. Robert pulls up behind a Police car outside "the Franchise" house gates. This looks like a genuine location, although some of the shots of the gates that appear later in the movie are a good replica on a studio set.

Franchise Affair, The - Later on we again see Robert walking to his office. Lower High Street, Chipping Campden, Glos. (RL)
Franchise Affair, The

fraaf010. Later on we again see Robert walking to his office. Lower High Street, Chipping Campden, Glos. (RL)

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