Kill Me Tomorrow

Date: 1957
Director: Terence Fisher
Production Company: Francis Searle

Stars: Pat O'Brien, Lois Maxwell, George Coulouris, Tommy Steele
Location(s): London, Middlesex

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A washed up newspaper man takes the blame for a murder to finance his son’s operation.

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Stills by SJ  

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Well, well, exactly the same shot as The Great Van Robbery 2 years later.

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Now. Tower Court, WC2. SJ.

And panning round the same corner.

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Now. Tower Court and Monmouth Street, WC2. SJ.

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St David's Hospital. Bet it's Southall studios.

Pat O'Brien at Victoria Embankment.

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Now. SJ.

Crossing the road to New Scotland Yard, also seen in The Great Van Robbery!

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Now. SJ.

George Coulouris and heavies watch O'Brien hand himself in.

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Now. SJ.

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This timber or boating yard is next to a canal. Antony Blair identifies this as looking south alongside the Grand Union Canal in Uxbridge Moor with Rockingham Road in the left distance.

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Antony provides this shot of the location now. Image copyright Google.

Exiting New Scotland Yard.

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Now. SJ.

Lois Maxwell's turn to visit.

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Now. SJ.

A corner. Thought Marble Arch at first.

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Now. Taken from West Street, showing Cambridge Circus and the Palace Theatre and Shaftesbury Avenue. London. Pic by Adrian Grepnold. Thanks, good work, well spotted.

But no as this is round the corner.

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Now. Looking down West Street with the Ambassadors and St Martin's Theatres on the left. Adrian again keeping a watchful eye open for ReelStreets opportunities. Thank you Adrian.

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El Rico, where Tommy Steele performs, probably a set.

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But not if T. Connochie is a real sign.