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  • #91
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    Lots of bragging about bombs and blackouts here when Mr. Proudfoot Shows a Light in 1941.

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    • #92
      Looks like the genuine article in Letchmore Heath used in Fanatic (1965):

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      • #93
        PUBLIC EYE Alfred Burke isn't even interested in an half as he strides past this hostelry as he'd rather ask "How About a Cup of Tea?":

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        The George (Inn) in Eton or is it Windsor?:

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        • #94
          Never far from a pub is PUBLIC EYE Alfred Burke:

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          In "They All Sound Simple at First", it's this one in Field Lane, Teddington he's patronising:

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          • #95
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            Supposedly a London pub sign, although this scene from Tom Jones (1963) was filmed in Bridgwater, Somerset.

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            • #96
              One of several pubs PUBLIC EYE Frank Marker crawls round to try to answer "What's to Become of Us?":

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              The Prince Regent in Chertsey looks a bit more royal now, Sky Sports notwithstanding:

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              • #97
                Mary Ure and Dirk Bogarde head home to an uncomfortable existence in The Mind Benders (1962) and they go by the historic Trout Inn at Lower Wolvercote:

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                A modern sign for it here:

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                • #98
                  During the car chase in Callan (1974), Carl Mohner and Catherine Schell in their Jag have a close encounter with a bus:

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                  And they haven't been in the pub, honest, officer.

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                  • #99
                    What's Mad About Men (1954) all about? The clue is on the sign:

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                    • In 1943, They Met in the Dark:

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                      Although not at this creepy Lancashire hostelry.

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