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  • #61
    Army Col. Parkright (Thorley Walters) is about to get a wet awakening when he stands under this sign in Two Way Stretch (1960):

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    • #62
      Quite an elaborate one in PUBLIC EYE "Case for the Defence", where Frank Marker does drink and drive:

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      • #63
        Queuing up before opening time is something I never did (), but The Red Lion has its patrons (including Arthur Mullard) at the ready in Sparrows Can't Sing (1962):

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        Apparently the pub was really The Pride of the Isle on the Isle of Dogs.

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        • #64
          I watched Genevieve today. Lovely film I haven’t seen for years and some lovely pubs!

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          • #65
            For getting a few down before the Wheel of Fate spins round in 1953:

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            The Star pub, landlord Cyril Smith, barman Bartlett Mullins.


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            Apparently it's The Chancellors in Crisp Road, Hammersmith, extremely convenient for Riverside Studios where the film was made, which is also in Crisp Road.

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            • #66
              Where to go when you need to wet your whistle after over-performing Song of the Road in 1937:

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              • #67
                Travellers Rest from The Belstone Fox .
                and as it is today ...
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                • #68
                  Outside his establishment, Joseph O'Conor as Mr. Mullet looks quite wary:

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                  And well he might, because Donald Pleasence is lurking nearby, and he knows the secret of "Captain Rogers", one of ORSON WELLES GREAT MYSTERIES.

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                    George Cole and Jill Adams .... from the film of the same name ...

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                      The bleedin' obvious (from episode 1)

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                        The closest/best I could do/find ..... Golden Lion Hotel from The Way to the Stars

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                          Stretching the bounds of credibility - The Hope and Anchor, Midford. From the opening scenes of The Titfield Thunderbolt.

                          (And in 2013, they did a decent lunch, and a rather enjoyable evening meal.)

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                          • #73
                            A very pleasant 1949 watering hole for A Boy, a Girl and a Bike, in fact a bike each:

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