Announcement

Collapse

Welcome to the www.Britmovie.co.uk forum

If this is your first time on the new forum since March 7th, 2017, please re-register with us once more.
Paypal contributions for the care and feeding of the forum may be made here:
PayPal Donations

The old bulletin board archive can be found here:
http://filmdope.com/forums/
See more
See less

No Place for Jennifer (1950)

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • No Place for Jennifer (1950)

    Not much to go on here but presumably n-w, w or s-w London.

  • #2
    Not much to go on here at first with an anonymous looking house:-

    But the camera pans to the right and we see this:-

    Not quite as anonymous but I have no idea where it is.

    Comment


    • #3
      Hi, I come from Hitchin, Hertfordshire, some scenes are filmed there.

      Comment


      • zither
        zither commented
        Editing a comment
        My dad's family was from Hitchin. Small world, etc.!

    • #4
      For some reason the top picture reminds me of Hampstead Garden Suburb.

      Comment


      • #5
        I would say the top pic is Stockleigh Hall, 51 Prince Albert Road, London NW87LB

        Comment


        • alan gowdy
          alan gowdy commented
          Editing a comment
          Amazing Sandgrounder. Either you are absolutely correct or it's another building from the same architect's plans!!

      • #6
        sandgrounder - I think I'll concur with alan gowdy when he says 'you are absolutely correct'. I notice that the same building, but not the part shown here, features in 'Four Days' (1951). Well done, many thanks.

        Comment


        • #7
          Thanks to Sandgrounds i found the second location Cavendish Close looking down towards Wellington Place NW8

          Comment


          • #8
            Well done Doc, so the buildings on the far right are the back entrance to Lord's cricket ground. Looks like the road is now 'private'. The 'anonymous' houses Christopher refers to in the close was under offer at £18m!!
            Last edited by tavistock; Yesterday, 08:11 AM.

            Comment


            • #9
              Think it always was a private close as in the film you can see brick build posts on the pavement one of the things that helped me find it

              Comment


              • #10
                DocRobert Pepper - I think even with sandgrounder's Prince Albert Road find it would have taken me a long while to make a connection with Cavendish Close, so well done once again. £18 million, mind boggling.

                Comment

                Working...
                X