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Pub Signs in Films and TV Shows

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  • #46
    A screencap from The Mind Beyond episode The Man with the Power (1976), featuring the Pub Sign for The Three Horseshoes Pub.

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    • #47
      A screencap of the Pub Sign, for The Cross Keys Inn, from The Adventures of Robin Hood episode A Race Against Time (1959).

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      • #48
        Maxwell Reed keeps an eye on Natasha Parry as he is 1950's The Dark Man:

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        He's outside the London Trader in Hastings (playing Walsham Bay)

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        Which is still there on East Beach Street.

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        • #49
          A screencap from episode one of the three part Supernatural Drama series The Secret of Crickley Hall (2012), featuring the Pub Sign for Barnaby's Inn.



          The real location of the Pub, that featured in episode one of The Secret of Crickley Hall - The Assheton Arms, Downham, Lancashire - https://seafoodpubcompany.com/venue-...ham-clitheroe/
          Last edited by billy farmer; 7th March 2018, 07:03 PM.

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          • #50
            For The Passing Stranger (1954), or any other interested party for that matter, this pub has a second type of sign on the right:

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            • #51
              Closed in the street:

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              Is this pub in Flame in the Street (1961). It was the Stag's Head in Hawley Road, London, now permanently closed and apparently converted to flats:

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              • #52
                It's A Day to Remember in 1953:

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                And this sign shows the name of the novel by Jerrard Tickell on which the film is based.

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                • #53
                  I'm not sure if we've had this one before, but Harry Rule finds it's a dog's life when he turns up at this pub when THE PROTECTORS become "The Bodyguards":

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                  The King William IV Pub in Gloucester Road, London:

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                  Glad to see the sign's been improved, if not the graffiti-adorned monstrosity in the foreground.

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                    An extremely upmarket establishment which amazingly allows Frank Randle as a customer in When You Come Home (1947).

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                    • #55
                      One of numerous signs to be seen when everyone's asking Where's Jack? in 1969:

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                        Heading back to their windswept caravan site during an eventful few days away with Brigit Forsyth and Mary Tamm are James Bolam and Rodney Bewes, aka Terry and Bob, aka The Likely Lads, in their 1976 feature film, and final outing. They have just downed a few at the Beehive, which is near Whitley Bay and still good for a pint or two, and for your dog too, apparently.

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                        • #57
                          A screencap from the Spender episode Fly by Night (1992), featuring the Pub Sign for The Peacock Pub.

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                          • #58
                            A screencap from the Follyfoot episode The Standstill Horse (1971), featuring the Pub Sign for The Clap Gate Pub.



                            Also seen in the above screencap - Steve (Steve Hodson), Dora (Gillian Blake) and Ginny (Petra Markham).

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                            • #59
                              A screencap from the Journey to the Unknown episode Paper Dolls (1968), featuring the Pub Sign for the Waggon and Horses Pub.

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                              • #60
                                Bustling Beryl Reid homeward bound during the main titles of The Killing of Sister George (1968):

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                                She's been drinking in The Marquis of Granby, but it's really The Holly Bush in Hampstead

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                                She surprisingly dodges a drink at this one, apparently the Dove, Hammersmith.

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                                Clearly Beryl likes a long walk home.

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