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The Saint in London (1939)

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  • The Saint in London (1939)

    Presumably somewhere in the SW1, 3, 5, 7, 10 area, or perhaps not.

  • #2
    Glebe Place London SW3

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    • alan gowdy
      alan gowdy commented
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      On Google Streetview the building that features in the old photo on the corner on the left is blurred out. Something to hide?

  • #3
    soundgrounder, many thanks for that, well done.
    Christopher

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    • #4
      To the right of shot is where Pelham’s ‘girlfriend’ lived in The Man Who Haunted Himself.

      @ Alan G - you can ask Google to blur out the image of your house if you so desire. The only problem here is if you position further back, you can get a decent view of the building anyway.
      Last edited by mariocki; 23rd June 2018, 09:27 AM.

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      • alan gowdy
        alan gowdy commented
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        Relatively few people seem to avail themselves of the ability to have their property 'blurred' by Google - especially a fairly nondescript one such as this.

    • #5
      That is NOT Glebe Place.

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      • #6
        Originally posted by Shilpot View Post
        That is NOT Glebe Place.
        A lot can change in almost 80 years, but a close study of the buildings in the distance, behind the ones with the distinctive chimney architecture, convinces me that sandgrounder is correct.

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        • #7
          Here's a view of Glebe Place with a similar perspective from the shot in post #1 courtesy of Google Street view, which confirms sandgrounder's observation:

          https://goo.gl/maps/2f12ksDTpdq

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          • #8
            It absolutely is Glebe Place.



            There is the curvature of the kerb to the left, the big chimney of the houses facing the camera above the car in the middle, the circular window to the right of shot and the roofline of the buildings in the background.

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            • #9
              Oh, I see. Sorry. Didn't realise it's L shaped.

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              • #10
                Thanks for that. its one of my favorite Saint films.

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