I've spent a lot of time this week tracking down locations in Paris from the 1966 episode of THE SAINT: To Kill a Saint.
I've got them all but one and I have spent a lot of time looking. Can someone please help me out of my misery and find this. A fresh pair of eyes is always useful as I've found that all the locations traced so far have obvious clues on screen that just need to be noticed and followed up.
Clues I have so far:
This is filmed on a street containing four shops including; a cordonnerie (shoemakers), serrurerie (locksmiths) and a charcuterie (pork butcher). So we are not talking a high income street.
The street has a junction with a boulevard (it has some trees running down it) that is on a bus route.
There is a large appartment block on the oposite junction with a red awning which might have "MEDOC" written on it. The building is also of an atypical modernist style.
Other locations filmed at the same time:
Boulevard des Capucines
Place De Concorde
Pont des Invalides
Rue George V
and the more down market (and seen just before the missing location) Maubert-Mutualite (junction of Bouleverd Saint Germain and Rue Lagrange)
Here are some high resolution photos of the missing location.