Trials of Oscar Wilde, The

Date: 1960
Director: Ken Hughes
Production Company: Warwick Film Productions, Viceroy Films Ltd.

Stars: Peter Finch, Yvonne Mitchell, Lionel Jefferies, Nigel Patrick, James Mason, James Booth
Location(s): East Sussex, Hertfordshire, London

Region(s): ,

Storyline:

Oscar blows it by suing his lover’s dad, and gets imprisoned for his troubles.

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Drury Lane, Theatre Royal perhaps?

Maybe Chester Terrace, or nearby.

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Yes, nearby, facing Regent's Park, Cambridge Gate.

Chester Terrace, Regents Park......End of the Affair and others.

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Chester Terrace, Regents Park......End of the Affair and others.

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Park Village, near Camden Town and Regents Park, north London. Tower House, 12 Park Village East, *SJ.

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If only I'd had a wide angle lens!

Park Village, near Camden Town and Regents Park, north London. Tower House, 12 Park Village East, *SJ.

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MMmmmm.

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Chester Terrace again.

Again.

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Now. SJ.

Seaside somewhere... Robina Green suggests Brighton (SJ)

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Brighton beach, facing Marine Parade, and below that, the arches of Madiera Drive Terrace, the view of which is now obscured by the built up beach. (SD)

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Aldenham House near Radlett in Hertfordshire, now home to The Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School.

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The frontage of Aldenham House off Aldenham Road, Elstree, which also appears in ‘Village of the Damned’, 'Kill or Cure' and ‘Invasion Quartet’.

Chester Terrace.

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Chester Terrace.

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MMmmmm, once more.

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Cambridge Gate, please pay attention, I have told you before.

Is this the Pentonville Prison, Caledonian Road, north London, near where that nice Mrs Wilberforce actually lived in the Ladykillers?

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Yes, it is. Also appeared in the "Wrong Arm of the Law".

Is this the Pentonville Prison, Caledonian Road, north London, near where that nice Mrs Wilberforce actually lived in the Ladykillers?

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Pentonville on Caledonian Road, N7. While I was taking this, filming was underway for London Boulevard with David Thewlis and Colin Farrell on the corner of Frederica Street nearly opposite, nearly 60 years after The Ladykillers. SJ.

Poor old Marylebone Station again, and again, and again. Time the poor old Good Mary was retired.

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Poor old Marylebone Station again, and again, and again. Time the poor old Good Mary was retired.

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Poor old Marylebone Station again, and again, and again. Time the poor old Good Mary was retired.

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Now.

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