Date: 1990
Director: Michael Winner
Production Company: 21st Century Film Corporation, Columbia Pictures Corporation

Stars: Michael Caine, Roger Moore, Sally Kirkland, Lee Patterson, Derren Nesbitt, Deborah Moore
Location(s): Berkshire, Argyle & Bute (Scotland), Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, London, Saint James (Barbados), Surrey, West Sussex

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A pair of small time con-men impersonate a crooked nuclear physicist and his partner and become entangled in a shady world of spies and international intrigue.

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They say that everybody in the world has someone, somewhere who looks like they do . . . . The film opens with a view over SE1 with Lambeth Palace and the former St. Mary-at-Lambeth church standing at the bottom of the screen.

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The shot pans to settle on the Houses of Parliament, on the other side of the River Thames.

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At the British Nuclear Developments Research Centre, Dr. Daniel Hicklar works on his new fusion process. Strawberry Hill House, St. Mary's College in Strawberry Hill, Twickenham.

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In the grounds of the centre Dr. Hicklar's colleague Sir John Bavistock (Roger Moore) is interviewed about the the work. Strawberry Hill House in Twickenham. The location was also used in 'The Trygon Factor' and 'Father Brown'.

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After perfecting the process, Dr. Daniel Hicklar (Michael Caine) runs from the building to tell Sir John. Strawberry Hill House at St. Mary's College in Strawberry Hill.

As Sir John and Dr. Hicklar hide their success from the world, Sidney Lipton serves the last few minutes of his prison sentence. Wormwood Scrubs on Du Cane Road, London W12.

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On a sunnier day. SJ

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Sidney Lipton (Michael Caine) is released after serving three years. Wormwood Scrubs has been seen in many films including 'A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square', 'Black Orchid', 'The Horse's Mouth' and 'The Italian Job'.

The ex-con runs for a departing bus. Du Cane Road in W12 with the entrance to Wormwood Scrubs in the background.

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Now looking west. SJ

Elsewhere in London, a robbery is being carried out by Sidney's former partner in crime, Gerald Bradley-Smith. The InterContinental London Park Lane on Hamilton Place W1.

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Not quite the correct angle but I was worried about the doorman though he looked a nice chap! SJ

A US Senator (Bill Hutchinson) and his son arrive at The InterContinental Hotel. Looking across to the building on the corner of Hamilton Place and Park Lane from the hotel forecourt.

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Taken just outside the forecourt area. SJ

Posing as a hotel porter, Gerald's sidekick Ronald (Gary Lammin) picks up the Senator's bags. Facing south outside The InterContinental London Park Lane.

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Some re-modelling has occurred. SJ

Dressed as a Field Marshal, Gerald Bradley-Smith (Roger Moore) keeps watch while the baggage is loaded into his car. The InterContinental London Park Lane on Hamilton Place.

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Now. SJ

A suspicious concierge alerts a Police Officer. The forecourt of The InterContinental London Park Lane hotel on Hamilton Place in London W1.

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Some car clutter. SJ

Fleeing from the hotel and leaving Ronald behind, Gerald's driver corners at high speed. Mount Street looking towards the junction with Park Street and Hyde Park beyond.

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Bang on. SJ

The driver loses control of the Jaguar, which collides with another car as it pulls away. Facing Mount Street from Rex Place in W1.

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For once, an emptier street. Like my bike? SJ

Gerald leaves the scene as his driver is arrested. Rex Place in Mayfair.

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Everything still in place. SJ

Meanwhile, Sidney nears his old home. With the help of the film's location manager, Terry Blyther, Neil Rigby identifies the location as Bramston Road in NW10, also discovering that a house has since been built in the gap between properties.

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An up to date view of the suburban road, complete with the new build. (PW)

As he pushes the front door, the house begins to be demolished with the façade falling around Sidney as he stands in the open doorway. This is Bramston Road off Wrottesley Road, Harlesden.

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And there again is the addition to the street. (PW)

The recently widowed Willie Metcalfe (Sally Kirkland), another member of Sidney's old gang, arrives on the scene. Once again, Bramston Road, near Wrottesley Road, Harlesden, London NW10, with thanks to Terry and Neil. (RL)

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More proof. (PW)

Willie takes Sidney to the house that has been left to her late husband's girlfriend. Neal Rycroft advises that this is facing south-west on Melbury Road in Holland Park.

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This would've been tricky to prove save the building on the left. SJ

The two arrive as removal men are emptying the house of its contents. Melbury Road W14.

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Definitely. SJ

Donna Dutch (Steffanie Pitt) tells Willie that she has 28 days to move from the house that she has inherited. Melbury Road at the corner of Abbotsbury Road in W14, located by Neal Rycroft.

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Gate redesign for 13, Melbury Road. SJ

Willie and Sidney go inside where, later, they are joined by Gerald and the final member of the old team, Inspector Grosse. Neal adds that "In his autobiography, Michael Winner mentioned that his parents lived in Melbury Road".

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Need a ladder. SJ

With a million pounds at stake, the gang plan to rob the safe deposit boxes held in Lacey's department store that belong to Dr. Hicklar and Sir John Bavistock. Thomas Goode & Co. at the corner of South Audley Street and South Street in London W1.

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The crest remains. SJ

Willie manipulates her way into the strongroom with a hidden camera as Sir John and the Doctor arrive. T. Goode & Co. on South Audley Street in Mayfair with Grosvenor Chapel along the street to the left.

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Extraordinarily popular area for filming, viz. Morgan, The Rachel Papers, Cassandra's Dream, Preaching to the Perverted, Londinium, Love Actually, Follow Me, The Grass is Greener & The Search for John Gissing. Sj

Disguised as a window cleaner, Sidney sets out to obtain the key for Sir John's safe deposit box. The street sign reads Campden Hill Square and this is the junction with Holland Park Road. The area was also seen in 'Morgan, a Suitable Case for Treatment' and 'The Knack'.

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Same autumnal view. SJ

Still recovering from surgery on his nose that will make him look more like Dr. Hicklar, Sidney struggles up the hill. Campden Hill Square in W8.

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The west side of the square: note the same tree on the far right: proud of that. SJ

Sidney reaches the top of the hill as Gerald tricks his way into Dr. Hicklar's house in the guise of a blind piano tuner. Campden Hill Square in Holland Park.

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Who put that sign up? Someone keen on the spirit level, perhaps. SJ

While Willie is being entertained by the scientist and his associate, at the Doctor's house a real window cleaner is at work.

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Identified by Neil Rigby, Cornwall Gardens, London SW7. SJ

Sidney calls to the Window Cleaner that he's wanted back at the depot before gaining entry to the house using the cradle.

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Cornwall Gardens Court, 47-50 Cornwall Gardens, on the northwest side of the square. SJ

The now angry Window Cleaner returns, forcing Sidney to escape from the building without the key which is attached to Sir John's dog's collar.

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Looking south-east from Cornwall Gardens Court. Further east, Winner filmed some of The Jokers in his own flat. SJ

Having obtained the Doctor's key, the two con-men go after the other.

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Interesting lens used here: nice to see the urns still there. SJ

As Sir John walks his Rottweiler, Sidney and Gerald drive past with a bitch tethered to the back of a truck.

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Looking east from Eldon Road to Victoria Road, W8. SJ

The dog takes the bait and, slipping from his lead, runs after the truck.

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And this was the shot which made my brain click into order. Christ Church looking west down Eldon Road. Familiar territory for director M. Winner as he filmed The Big Sleep in the area. SJ

Sidney and Gerald drive away with Sir John's dog.

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According to Neil Rigby they drive away along Cottesmore Gardens, looking towards Stanford Road, London W8 and Google supports that. (RL)

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The Rottweiler is allowed to mate with several bitches causing him to sleep, allowing the crooks to obtain the key.

To check that he can be mistaken for his double, Gerald visits Sir John's health club . . . . . discovering that it is actually a brothel.

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Health club or brothel it is at 2 Charles Street, London W1 and Neil's Google Earth shot shows that the ironwork remains the same. (RL)

Next, Sidney visits Dr. Hicklar's health club . . . discovering that it is just a health club. Neal Rycroft points out that "The Devonshire Club" is opposite Ryder Street on Duke Street St. James's, London SW1.

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The sign was covering up the massive 10. SJ

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Dressed as Bavistock and Hicklar, Gerald and Sidney set off for Lacey's.

On their way to carry out the heist, Gerald suggests that the two should get to know two ladies that have entered a bar. Looking across at Apsley House from the corner of Piccadilly and Park Lane in W1.

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Sealed off now. SJ

The morning after an altercation in the bar involving colleagues of the real Hicklar and Sir John, Willie returns home to find an answerphone message left by Sidney. Melbury Road W14, located by Neal Rycroft.

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On the corner with Abbotsbury Road. SJ

Willie leaves the Police Station with Sidney and Gerald after their bail is paid. For the location see Capture 44. (RL)

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Peter Stanford provides this shot of what was his primary school in Lower Richmond Road, London SW14 adding that half the building was knocked down for "posh" flats while the other half is now used as a community centre. (RL)

A dilapidated cab arrives to take the two doppelgängers to Lacey's. For the location see Capture 44. (RL)

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A further shot from Peter Stanford remarking that the forecourt is now much small and fenced off but Chertsey Court, London SW14 is clearly visible, as in Capture 42. Peter adds that when Michael Caine is playing darts in prison, it was actually the school dining hall. (RL)

Willie waves the pair off as the punk rocker Cab Driver (Drew Millar) launches his car backward. Take note of the background houses, they will be seen later in capture 114.

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Neil Rigby resolved this one with the assistance of Terry Blyther (location manager) for the film who provided Neil with the information covering this and Capture 42 and 43. "Alas..... it was an empty Primary School which is no more.... we used it extensively for BULLSEYE... interior... stunts in the car park etc.... It is now Mortlake Community Association, Lower Richmond Road - opposite Mortlake Brewery playing field..." Neil provides this Google Earth shot to support. (RL)

The twelve year old Ford Cortina is flung around a corner, hitting the kerb before coming to a stand. Charles Street in W1 seen from the corner of Chesterton Street.

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Peter came across some work in progress but took the best shot possible.

As Sidney takes charge of the mini-cab, Dr. Hicklar and Sir John leave their club.

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London Movie Guide puts this as Dartmouth House, 37 Charles Street W1. Also seen in 'Sorted' and 'Confetti'. SJ

Plotting to sell their discovery to the highest bidder, Sir John and the Doctor head for Lacey's vault. Outside Dartmouth House identified by SJ.

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A close-up of the above. SJ

Dr. Hicklar's Rover approaches as Willie prepares to drive into its path. Looking north-westward on Chesterfield Hill in Mayfair.

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Bollard's now black! SJ

The Doctor curses the unseen motorist who has crashed into him. The junction of Hay's Mews and Chesterfield Hill W1.

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Now. SJ

Sir John gets out of the car before the two of them recognise Willie as the woman from Lacey's who they took to dinner.

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Now with some helpful signs. SJ

Willie acknowledges the two before feigning serious injury. The junction of Hay's Mews and Chesterfield Hill.

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The scaffolding's moved. SJ

A Police Officer runs towards the scene of the accident. Chesterfield Hill with South Street in the right distance.

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Those trees sure sprung up quickly. SJ

Sir John is accused of hitting Willie. The corner of Hay's Mews and Chesterfield Hill in Mayfair.

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Now. SJ

The Police Officer confronts Sir John as he asks "Do you know who I am?". Looking along Hay's Mews from the junction with Chesterfield Hill W1.

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Now. SJ

In another part of town, Gerald and Sidney are stuck in a traffic jam. Looking towards South Street on Farm Street, W1.

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Trees replaced. SJ

Sidney drives onto the pavement to ensure that they get to the vault before Sir John and Dr. Hicklar. Outside the Church of the Immaculate Conception on Farm Street W1.

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Centre is The Punch Bowl, famously owned by Guy Ritchie (and Madonna for a short while) until 2013. SJ

The two arrive at Lacey's and carry out their deed, finding diamonds as well as papers. The corner of South Audley Street in W1.

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Now. SJ

Leaving the store by a side door as The Queen shops inside, Sidney hails a cab. South Audley Street, on the south side of the Grosvenor Chapel.

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Scaffolding mars the view. SJ

The thieves climb into a taxi just as the real Sir John and Dr. Hicklar arrive outside Lacey's. Facing the junction of South Audley Street and South Street.

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Looking south towards the Hilton as well as Stage Fright and The Grass is Greener locations. SJ

Sir John and Dr. Hicklar attempt to enter the building, only to be taken into custody as The Queen is about to leave the store. Near the junction with Aldford Street on South Street.

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Nicely similar. SJ

Inspector Grosse (Derren Nesbitt) assists as Sir John and Hicklar are manhandled into a waiting police van. At the corner of South Audley Street and South Street.

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The corner was also seen in The Search for John Gissing. SJ

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Following a successful heist, Sidney and Gerald are taken into custody where they are recruited by the C.I.A. and MI5. Inside the hall of the Science Museum on Exhibition Road, London SW7.

Now officially impersonating Hicklar and Sir John and accompanied by Willie and C.I.A. agent Flo Fleming, Sidney and Gerald mingle with other passengers joining the "Stately Home tour of England and Scotland". Victoria Station in London SW1.

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Nowadays they would be heading to the deposited baggage area between platforms 7 & 8. SJ

The Orient Express departs, bound for Hetherton Hall where Sir John and the Doctor have arranged to auction off the formula. Looking southward from Victoria Station.

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Between platforms 7 & 8. SJ

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At the first stop on the tour, Dr. Hicklar catches up with the train after being freed from jail. The railway station at Alresford in Hampshire.

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As passengers alight, Willie mistakes Hicklar for Sidney. Alresford station on Station Road, Alresford.

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The tour party arrives at fictional Hetherton Hall. Syon House in Syon Park, Brentford identified by Neal Rycroft.

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Running late after fighting off Hicklar, Sidney runs into the building to carry out the first part of the auction. Syon House off Park Road in Brentford, Middlesex located by Neal.

The tour passengers return to the train where Dr. Hicklar overpowers Sidney and takes his place. Alresford station on the Mid-Hants Railway in Hampshire.

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Jonathan provides a current view of the station but unfortunately coaches are much larger these days. However, he advises that the 1965 Plaxton bodied Bedford VAL on the left is part of the fleet of the Friends of King Alfred Buses preservation society and the photo was taken during one of their running days, May Bank Holiday 2017. King Alfred were a bus company in Winchester from 1920s to 1973. (RL)

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Following clues found in the paperwork taken from Lacey's vault, Willie and Flo leave the train and take a cab to the village of Naphurst.

Willie and Flo Fleming (Deborah Moore) arrive in Naphurst and begin to search for the fusion formula. This is Shere Lane in Shere, Surrey.

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The trees on the right have done well. SJ

Outside the bank, Willie suggests that the formula may be inside. The Square off Shere Lane in Shere. The village was also seen in 'The Holiday','A Matter of Life and Death', 'Monster of Terror' and more.

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Wrong angle but here's The White Horse, not yet a bank. SJ

A Farmer (Kenneth McClellan) tells the two that the bank opening is dependent on Mr. Hobbs' rheumatism. The Square with the spire of St. James' Church in the centre distance.

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No sheep just a lot of cars. SJ

Willie and Flo walk back to their cab. The junction of Middle Street and Lower Street in Shere.

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Now. SJ

As the two women leave, Sir John arrives at the bank. The bank is in reality the White Horse public house opposite The Square.

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Now. SJ

The cab passes tourists Elmer (Billy J. Mitchell) and Jolene (Mildred Shay). The corner of Lower Street and Middle Street with the Tilling Bourne flowing through the centre of the image.

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Still no sheep. SJ

Willie and Flo are taken back to join the train. Lower Street in Shere, Surrey.

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Bit blurry, this one. SJ

With the girls back on board, the train continues on its journey, passing another grand castle. This one is Arundel Castle in West Sussex.

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I should be more round to the right. SJ

With the girls back on board, the train continues on its journey, passing another grand castle. This one is Arundel Castle in West Sussex.

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Another view of Arundel Castle, as seen across the fields, from Crossbush Lane. SD

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Sidney gets the better of Hicklar and just misses the bus taking Gerald to the castle where the second auction is to take place. Edenbridge Town station on Station Approach, Edenbridge in Kent identified by James Holmes.

The bus arrives as the film's Whitticombe Motte, where the tour passengers are to take lunch. Hever Castle on Hever Road, Hever near Edenbridge in Kent.

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Topiary, bushes, trees and visitors have all increased in 26 years. (RL)

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The Guard (John Lyons) blows his whistle for the tour to depart as Gerald is told that Hicklar is on the train. Ropley station, Station Road in Ropley, Hampshire.

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At the next stop, the real Hicklar runs from the train after telling C.I.A. agents that Dr. Hicklar is in the luggage van. Medstead and Four Marks station on Station Approach in Four Marks near Alton, Hampshire.

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Following the revelation that Willie is Flo's mother, Gerald and Sidney open the door of the luggage van to find Darrell Hyde (Lee Patterson) and his agents on the platform. This appears to be Ropley station.

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As Sir John makes his way onto the train, Willie rents a car to return to Naphurst with her daughter.

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At a petrol station, Flo asks her mother which one out of Sidney and Gerald is her father.

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The C.I.A. are present when the train arrives at Inveraray after most of the passengers have been poisoned by Sir John. Platform 3 at Alton station on Station Road, Alton in Hampshire.

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Sidney and Gerald are driven to the Argyll Castle Hotel. Inveraray Castle near Inveraray in the county of Argyll & Bute.

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The pair enter the hotel where they are briefed by Nigel Holden from MI5 and Hyde from the C.I.A. Inveraray Castle, Argyle & Bute.

In Naphurst, Mr. Hobbs (John Woodnutt) is found and Willie persuades him to let them into the bank to retrieve the formula. The Square in Shere, Surrey.

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Sheep, hounds and hunt-free. SJ

Having obtained a floppy disc holding the formula, Willie and Flo set off for Inveraray as Hicklar arrives at the bank. Looking along Middle Street from opposite Lower Street on Shere Lane.

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Now. SJ

Hicklar leaves the bank after discovering that the disc is missing. The White Horse in Shere, Surrey.

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Off-angle. SJ

Dr. Hicklar asks a local to "Follow that car". Shere Lane at The Square in Shere.

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Now. SJ

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The Inveraray Highland Gathering begins in the hotel grounds. Caisteal Inbhir Aora, Inbhir, Earra-Ghaidheal agus Bòd.

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Nigel Holden (Mark Burns) and Hyde wait for Agent Fleming's return. Outside Inveraray Castle.

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Following an attempt on their lives, Sidney and Gerald leave the hotel. Inveraray Castle to the north of Inveraray.

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Whilst having second thoughts about their mission, a C.I.A. agent performing a Punch and Judy show reminds them of their duty. In the distance is the bridge over the River Aray to the north of Inveraray Castle.

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The two head for a nearby castle suspecting that Sir John and Hicklar are inside. In the distance stands Dunderave Castle on the shore of Loch Fyne to the north-east of Inveraray in Argyll & Bute.

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After the final auction at which Sir John and Dr. Hicklar take diamonds in payment, Sidney and Gerald escape from the castle. The porch to the Great Hall of Penshurst Place, Penshurst in Kent. The Inner Courtyard is only accessible via a special event or by special permission, which I have been unable to obtain. (RL)

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Sir John and Dr. Hicklar prepare to drop a crate onto Sidney and Gerald. The upper part of the two storey porch to the Great Hall in Penshurst Place.

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Tourists Elmer and Jolene turn up. In the northern court, outside the porch to the Great Hall at Penshurst Place.

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The two turn as the crate lands on Jolene. The northern court of Penshurst Place.

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Sidney and Gerald search for Sir John, the Doctor and the diamonds. Penshurst Place was used as a location for 'Anne of the Thousand Days' and 'The Other Boleyn Girl'.

The two separate in an effort to find Sir John and Hicklar. Outside the Garden Tower, Penshurst Place.

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I captured a quieter moment. (RL)

The real Hicklar appears in a doorway as Sidney watches two of the auction bidders walk past. The Garden Tower of Penshurst Place.

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Understandably the Family have used these steps for their own photo's (RL)

Sidney is captured by agents, allowing the real Dr. Hicklar to escape. The southern court of Penshurst Place near Tonbridge.

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That tree has grown! (RL)

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Gerald enters the courtyard to be joined by Sidney who has proven who he is to Holden.

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Sir John and Hicklar make it to the car park where they take a car.

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Gerald and Sidney arrive in time to see the car disappear from view.

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Taking a Suzuki DR motorcycle, the two set off in pursuit.

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A footbridge is negotiated, causing consternation for pedestrians.

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Having taken a wrong turn, Sir John brings the Volkswagen Golf to a halt. The sign is real and this is Inveraray Woollen Mill next to the Argyle Hotel on Front Street in Inveraray, Argyle & Bute.

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Dr. Hicklar remarks that it doesn't look much like Switzerland. Front Street, Inveraray with The Argyle Hotel in the background.

Sidney causes mayhem after getting covered by a kilt when driving through a display as they leave the estate. High Street in Sonning-on-Thames, Berkshire with The Grove on Pearson Road in the right distance.

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Lionel and Cynthia Sear generously covered the Sonning captures for us whilst in the area. (RL)

Throwing off the kilt, Sidney recovers control of the machine. Looking south on High Street, Sonning.

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A matching shot from Lionel and Cynthia. (RL)

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The chase continues. The houses are the same ones seen opposite the 'police station' in image 043.

Now on the wrong side of the road, Sidney swerves to miss an approaching car. Thames Street, Sonning-on-Thames in Berkshire.

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Lionel and Cynthia were not troubled by any swerving cars during their visit. (RL)

The bike is driven onto an inconveniently parked car transporter. Thames Street in Sonning.

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No such obstruction for Lionel and Cynthia's "now" shot. (RL)

The girls hear a crash as the bike lands on the car containing Dr. Hicklar and Sir John. In the background stands St. Andrew's Church in Sonning.

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And so the Church stands in the background of Lionel and Cynthia's shot as well. (RL)

Sidney and Gerald overcome Sir John and Hicklar after they take Willie and Flo captive. The car park of The Bull Inn on High Street, Sonning.

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One is bound to wonder whether Lionel and Cynthia lingered here. (RL)

The C.I.A. arrive. Looking towards High Street in Sonning-on Thames.

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Lionel and Cynthia appreciated the fact that our location descriptions enabled them "to find them without trouble". (RL)

Sidney remarks that this must be the first job that Gerald has done where he hasn't crossed his partner. The Bull Inn, High Street, Sonning-on Thames, Berkshire.

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Another shot of The Bull Inn from Lionel and Cynthia to confirm their visit. (RL)

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Sidney, Gerald, Willie and Flo watch as Sir John and Hicklar are taken away. Cross Green in Inveraray with The Argyle Hotel in the background.

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Gerald asks about the diamonds as Holden hands out tickets for London. Looking across Loch Fyne from Cross Green with the War Memorial standing left of centre.

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Hyde tells the pair that the diamonds from the auction were fake and that the ones from the deposit box have to be kept to pay for the operation. Cross Green, Inveraray. The location was seen as a back projection in 'Storm in a Teacup'.

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Sidney and Gerald are told that they may keep the kilts which leads Flo to leave the C.I.A., keeping the disc containing the fusion formula. Cross Green on the shore of Loch Fyne in Inveraray, Argyle & Bute, Scotland.

After Flo gives the disc to Sidney, Holden and Sir Hugh (Nicholas Courtney) prepare to pay the two crooks for the fusion formula. Parliament Square, London SW1 with the Houses of Parliament in the background.

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Same paving, no bench. SJ

Sidney and Gerald bring a Jeweller along to the meeting. The north-west corner of Parliament Square with the Earl of Derby's statue prominent.

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No change. SJ

The Jeweller (John Scott Martin) examines the diamonds that Sir Hugh passed to Sidney. Parliament Square SW1.

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Now. SJ

The Jeweller throws the fake diamonds away, prompting Holden to hand over the real ones. Parliament Square with the Government Offices on Great George Street in the background.

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And to the right, the statue of Jan Christian Smuts. SJ

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Having retired to the Caribbean, Sidney and Gerald enjoy spending the millions of pounds that the diamonds were worth. Sandy Lane Beach, Barbados.

Disaster strikes at the opening of the first facility using Hicklar's fusion process.

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Using information provided by Terry Blyther, Location Manager for the film, Neil Rigby has provided another Google Earth capture to reveal the location as taken from Williams Lane, Mortlake, London SW14. (RL)

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Sidney tells Sir Hugh that he can't have the diamonds back. The Sandy Lane Hotel in Holetown, St. James, Barbados.