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Alfred Place

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying? (Ray Austin: October 1968)
The offices of Hackley, Mathers and Jones (Remax House; 31/32 Alfred Place), where the first robbery takes place.

Bedford Row

GIDEON'S WAY: Subway to Revenge (Roy Baker: 1965)
John Stewart (Brian Pringle) spots the police and fearing they are looking for him sets off down Bedford Row.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, August 2005)

Bedford Square

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Locked Room (Pennington Richards: 1958)
As the hearse carrying Tania's coffin stops at traffic lights, The Invisible Man pulls up alongside on his motorbike. After dealing with its occupants The Invisible Man drives it away.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Blind Justice (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Mrs. Holt arrives in a Wolsley squad car, and is shown to Inspector Heath's waiting Austin. After leaving the restaurant, she follows Sparrow's Vauxhall round the Square in Brady's Austin Healey. Heath's Austin sets off in pursuit.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE AVENGERS: The Sell Out (Don Leaver: June 1962)
The chauffeur driven Rolls Royce containing Steed moves away from the kerb (Bedford Way) and then takes the first road on the left (Tavistock Square), only to be followed by a potential assassin driving a Sunbeam Alpine convertible.
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2010)

Brownlow Street


Photo: Stephen Carter

GIDEON'S WAY: Subway to Revenge (Roy Baker: January 1965)
Stewart (Bryan Pringle) steals a car in a quiet side-street.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, July 2007)

Endsleigh Street

THE AVENGERS: The Sell Out(Don Leaver: June 1962)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) parks his AC Greyhound sports car and after placing some money in a parking metre, he walks up the street. Meanwhile, having parked his Ford Consul some distance away and on the other side of the road, Fraser (Michael Mellinger) proceeds to follow Steed on foot.
(Identified by Tavistock, May 2010)

Gordon Square

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
John Drake follows Certhia Cooper to her London office at “The Society For Cultural Relations with South America” (38 and 39 Gordon Square).
(Identified by Wee Sonny MacGregor on the Britmovie Forum, February 2009)

Gower Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin: August 1968)
In order to save Jeff, Marty visits a number of London hospitals including this one (University College Hospital).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, May 2001)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: Autumn 1968)
Jean is driving her Mini to go and see Emile when she is stopped at the traffic lights (Store Street/Keppel Street).
(Spotted by Alan Field, November 2009)

Great Russell Street


photo: Jaz Wiseman

THE AVENGERS: Sell Out (Don Leaver:  June 1962)
Establishing shot of the British Museum. Later, Steed (Patrick Macnee) leaves The British Museum followed by Fraser (Michael Mellinger) walking the short distance to his AC Grayhouse sports car Steed gets in and drives away, followed by Fraser in a Ford Consul.
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, February 2010)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Never Trust a Ghost (Leslie Norman: December 1968)
Jeff goes to see Plevitt, an expert on ghosts, at The British Museum.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, August 2000)

STRANGE REPORT - title sequence
Hamlyn is seen leaving the The British Museum through the main entrance in Great
Russell Street on his motorcycle.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman, January 2000)

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Evelyn (Anneke Wills) posts a letter in Great Russell Street and then enters the main entrance of The British Museum on her way to see Hamlyn.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman, January 2000)

DEPARTMENT S: The Man in the Elegant Room (Cyril Frankel: April 1968)
Annabelle and Stewart take an audio tape recording of the mysterious man, to an expert (at the British Museum) for translation.

Lincoln's Inn Fields

   

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Locked Room (Pennington Richards: 1958)
The Invisible Man guides Tania (Zena Marshall) from the embassy (corner of Newman's Row) and calls a passing taxi which drives her away before embassy staff can stop her. Later, Dee (Lisa Daniely) pulls up in Brady's Austin Healey and goes up to the door. As a flower delivery boy delivers flowers, a hearse and limousine arrive. Watched by Dushkin (Rupert Davies), Tania's coffin is loaded aboard the hearse which leaves followed by the limousine. A disbelieving delivery boy sees the Invisible Man give chase on his bike. During the pursuit, Dushkin's limousine is forced to a halt by a lorry reversing into the square.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Who Killed Cock Robin? (Roy Ward Baker: August 1968)
The offices Laverick, the solicitor
(Identified by Wyn Roberts May 2001)

Malet Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: Autumn 1968)
Jeff is driving over to Jeanie's flat in his Vauxhall when he is intercepted my Marty with new that Jean has already left to see Emile (north up Malet Street, passing the end of Keppel Street). Later Jean takes the same route in her Mini to go and see Emile.
(Spotted by Alan Field, November 2009)

Montague Place

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Locked Room (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Tania's taxi approaches Bedford Square.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

New Oxford Street


Photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Boston Square (Don Chaffey: February 1967)
In a room of an office block (Centerpoint) Sir Eric Coulsdon, chairman of Dalby's company, waits impatiently for Dalby’s arrival.

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case for The Bishop (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
The office block where Saunders of British Intelligence has his office.

THE SECRET SERVICE: To Catch a Spy (Brian Heard: Autumn 1968)
The office block where Saunders of British Intelligence has his office.

THE PROTECTORS: A Kind of Wild Justice (Jeremy Summers: early 1972)
The taxi with Harry and Kate Linderman aboard drives past Centrepoint on the way to see Regan.

Percy Street


Photo: Sam Denham

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: When Did You Start to Stop Seeing Things? (Ray Austin: October 1968)
Jeff arrives (at Metropolis House), in his Vauxhall, for a meeting with the board of the Towler Corporation.
(Source: RAHDAS)


Photo: Wyn Roberts

DEPARTMENT S: A Small War of Nerves (Leslie Norman 1968)
Halliday arrives at tall city centre building (Metropolis House) in a Vauxhall and enters. A Policeman (David Randall) identifies Halliday’s car. Jason and Sir Curtis arrive in a Rolls Royce.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, August 2004)

Saint Giles Circus

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Sir Curtis and Stewart Sullivan discuss the fragment of hotline audio tape as they travel through night-time London in a taxi.

Sandland Street

GIDEON'S WAY: Subway to Revenge (Roy Baker: January 1965)
A pair of plane clothed policemen are watched by John Stewart (Bryan Pringle).
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)

Southampton Row

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
Number 6 walks into World Cameras to collect his transparencies but is being observed.

Store Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: Autumn 1968)
After scanning a street with a spotlight for Eric Jansen, the police Landover is called away by a radio message and drives down this street.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: Autumn 1969)
Here are two establishing shots seen when Jeff roams the streets of London at night.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Never Trust a Ghost (Leslie Norman: December 1968)
Here are two establishing shots seen when Marty roam the streets of London at night.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)

Tavistock Square

THE AVENGERS: The Sell Out (Don Leaver: June 1962)
Steed enters the Tavistock Hotel, where he has hidden his charge Roland. Later, Steed (Patrick Macnee) leaves the hotel impersonating Roland and gets into a chauffeur driven Rolls Royce.
(Identified by Tavistock, May 2010)

Theobald's Road

 
Photos Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Variation On A Million Bucks - part 1 (Pat Jackson: November 1966)
McGill goes to a police station (Holborn Police Station) to identify Max's body. McGill meets Taiko (Yoko Tani) outside but they are observed by Bert (Simon Brent).
Identified by Stephen Carter, May 2001

Torrington Place


Photo: Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Variation On A Million Bucks - part 1 (Pat Jackson: November 1966)
McGill takes Max for a drive around London to discuss why they are being watched (they pass Barclays Bank on the corner of Torrington Place before turning left into Howland Street).
(Identified by Stephen Carter)

WC2

Aldwych Underground Station

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Passengers wait for last train to Redbridge in Holborn station. Jason (Peter Wyngarde) and Stewart Sullivan (Joel Fabiani) examine the tube train in Redbridge Station. Hooper , the ticket collector, (Roger Avon) hands over the Redbridge tickets and tells of what he saw the previous night. Clark (Derek Newark) walks through a tunnel of a disused tube station with Gas equipment to intoxicate Jason and Mrs Taylor who are being held in a the secure room. Clark and Rogers (Harvey Hall ) take the drugged Jason and Mrs Taylor (Patricia English) through tunnel here Jason sees a “Stop Hitler Now” poster. Later Draper (Leslie Sands) forces Annabelle (Rosemary Nicols) into the Post Office Underground Station through the ticket office and down to the secure room. Hot on the trail, Stewart Sullivan and Jason King arrive at the station and descend. They find the secure room and force their way in.
(Identified by Hywel Williams of UNDERGROUND HISTORY, July 2004)

Cambridge Circus

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: September 1968)
Marty visits a number of London theatres and clubs looking for Fay Cracken (sequence includes stock footage of the neon sign of  the Ambassadors Theatre).

Charing Cross Road

THE SAINT: Starring The Saint (James Hill: 1963)
Establishing shot of The Talk of the Town.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: Iris (John Gilling: 1963)
The Lansings are driven to rehearsals of ‘The Exit Room’ at The Warwick Theatre. Rick Lansing takes the opportunity to pay a business call on Harry Blunden.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

GIDEON’S WAY: The Thin Red Line (Cyril Frankel: March 1965)
After the regimental dinner Major Donald Ross accepts a lift home from Captain James Murray.

THE BARON: Red Horse, Red Rider (John Moxey: ???)
After a night at the theatre The Baron is in the flat above his shop with a lady acquaintance.

THE SAINT: The Fiction Makers (Roy Baker: May 1966)
After the premier of 'Sunburst Five', Simon Templer drives Finlay Hugoson (Peter Ashmore) through London to Finlay's apartment in his Volvo (back projection).

THE SAINT: The Master Plan (Leslie Norman: 1967)
After meeting Mr. Ching at Heathrow Airport, Cord Thrandel drives him through London to his office (back projection).
(Identified by 'Mark O' of the Britmovie Forum, January 2011)

THE SAINT: Portrait of Brenda (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Simon drops Diana Huntley (Anne Carteret) a lift in his Volvo to The Talk of The Town where she is performing.

THE CHAMPIONS: To Trap a Rat (Sam Wanamaker: May 1967)
Establishing shots of the Garrick Theatre at night as Jane Purcell goes in search of her next fix. Later Jane Purcell crashes her car after leaving the club and an ambulance races her to hospital. The doctor on board the ambulance recognises the drug overdose.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, April 2009)

DEPARTMENT S: The Ghost of Mary Burnham (Cyril Frankel : ??)
Mary Burnham is rushed through London in an ambulance to hospital

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Establishing shot - London at night.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: September 1968)
Marty visits a number of London theatres and clubs looking for Fay Cracken (sequence includes stock footage of the neon signs of  the Garrick Theatre and The Talk of The Town).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Trouble with Women (Cyril Frankel: October 1968)
It's early in the morning and Jeff has had a successful night at Alan Corder's cambling club (establishing shot of Charring Cross Road near Irving Street).
(Identified by Alan Hayes, April 2012)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: April 1969)
Establishing shot of theatreland at night, including the Talk of the Town.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

THE PROTECTORS:…With a Little Help from My Friends (Jeremy Summers: Winter 1971)
Karen Rule (Hannah Gordon) alights from a bus onto a busy London Street. She dashes into an alleyway (alleyway would have led through to Leicester Square but was lost when the Odeon Leicester Square was enlarged)as she makes her way to Harry’s flat.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)

Covent Garden

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Flight Into Darkness (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Pat Stevens (Joanna Dunham) pulls up opposite the Covent Garden Opera House in Brady's Austin Healey. The Invisible Man enters the building and searches for Dr. Stevens. Pursued by The Invisible Man, Stevens runs from the building towards the market. Dr. Stevens (Geoffrey Keen) is seen by a policeman as he passes the market. Pursued by The Invisible Man, Stevens runs through the market leaving a trail of chaos.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE AVENGERS: Warlock (Peter Hammond: July 1962)
John Steed (Patrick Macnee) walks through the fruit and vegetable market for a meeting with One-Ten (we see a street sign indicating the junction of Covent Garden and Russell Street).
(Identified by Mike Richardson, April 2010)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: Spring 1969)
Early morning, and Jeff is still searching for the Rodens.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

UFO: The Long Sleep (Jeremy Summers: September 1970)
Catherine Fraser (Tessa Wyatt) and Tim (Christian Roberts) hitch a lift on a lorry leaving the market.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Faces (Ray Austin: July 1976)
After leaving his office, Harrold Bilston (David Webb) is confronted by his double. He runs away but is chased by the double and Mullins (Edward Petherbridge). They eventually corner and kill him in a deserted market building.

Film:
FRENZY (1972)

Cranbourne Street

THE SAINT: Iris (John Gilling: 1963)
The Lansings are driven to rehearsals of ‘The Exit Room’ at The Warwick Theatre. Rick Lansing takes the opportunity to pay a business call on Harry Blunden.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

THE PROTECTORS: Route 27 (Don Leaver, 1973)
The Contessa is watching the ballet.
(Identified by Paul Stroud, November 2008)

Culverhay

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: Spring 1969)
Early morning Covent Garden, and Jeff is still searching for the Rodens.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, May 2010)

Embankment Underground Station

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Struggle for a Mind (Sidney Hayers: Feb/Mar 1964)
Establishing shot of the entrance to a tube station (the station entrance was still part of Charing Cross then).
(Identified by Mike Richardson, February 2011)

Floral Street

THE AVENGERS: Warlock (Peter Hammond: July 1962)
John Steed (Patrick Macnee) walks towards the pub where he will meet One-Ten (The White Lion, 24 James Street).
(Identified by Mike Richardson, April 2010)

Holborn Underground Station

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
The last train to Redbridge passes through Holborn station.
(Identified by Hywel Williams of UNDERGROUND HISTORY, July 2004)

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON:'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
There is an air raid on September 12th 1940 and people hurry to “Camden Road Underground Station” for shelter (stock footage from THE GENTLE GUNMAN).
(Identified by Nick Cooper, October 2011)

Film:
THE GENTLE GUNMAN (1952)

Hungerford Bridge

THE PROTECTORS: Balance of Terror (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry Rule meets Colonel Alexander Krassinkov on the bridge to discuss developments.

Leicester Square

THE SAINT: The High Fence (James Hill: December 1963)
Establishing shot of the Square at night.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: The Fiction Makers (Roy Baker: May 1966)
Simon Templer is attending the premier of 'Sunburst Five' based on the novel by Amos Klein (Odeon Cinema, actually the premier of THE BLUE MAX, 1st July 1966).

THE SAINT: The Fast Women (September 1966)
After a night dancing Simon Templar dives Teresa Montesino back to her hotel (past The Empire and The Talk of the Town).

THEPROTECTORS: A Kind of Wild Justice (Jeremy Summers: early 1972)
The taxi with Harry and Kate Linderman aboard drives through Leicester Square on the way to see another of her father’s associates.

Leicester Square Underground Station

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Roger Llewellyn (Edward Cast) makes his way through the Underground station on the night of the air raid. When he senses that he is being followed he rushes through the exit, past the ticket collector (Leslie Sarony).
(Identified by Nick Cooper, October 2011)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Eve(Robert Stevens: 1968)
After liberating Eve from the department store Albert Baker
(Dennis Waterman) carries her through London. He enters a tube station and buys tickets for them both.
(Identified by Nick Cooper, 6th February, 2012)

Lancaster Place

THE ADVENTURER: Mr Calloway is a Very Cautious Man (Barry Morse: ??)
Establishing shot Somerset House.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

Lincoln's Inn

 
Photos: Jaz Wiseman

THE PERSUADERS!: Take Seven (Sidney Hayers: October 1970)
Brett (Roger Moore) and Danny (Tony Curtis) are seen leaving the chapel, doubling as Counsel offices (Lincoln's Inn Chapel), after paying a visit to Jenny Lindley's (Sinead Cusack) lawyer David Conron (Richard Hurndall). They proceed to Danny's Ferrari and drive off through the gateway (Serle Street), towards Lincoln's Inn Fields.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman, Mike Sanders and Mike Wilson, May 1994)

THE ADVENTURER: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Cyril Frankel)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) is taken to called to Professor Ballard’s place of work by Sir Richard McKenzie (Richard Vernon), Master of the Cambridge College. At the completion of the case Gene is offered a honorary degree by the master.

Little Essex Street/Devereux Court

THE PERSUADERS!: The Time and The Place (Roger Moore 1971)
Brett cross the road from Devereux Court to the Aston parked in a meter zone. He confronts a traffic warden thinking she has given him a ticket. The `ticket' turns out to be a Tower of London postcard.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman and Mike Wilson, June 1992)

Little Newport Street

THE SAINT: Iris (John Gilling: 1963)
The Lansings are driven to rehearsals of ‘The Exit Room’ at The Warwick Theatre. Rick Lansing takes the opportunity to pay a business call on Harry Blunden.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

New Compton Street

RETURN OF THE SAINT: One Black September (Leslie Norman: 1977)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) Captain Leila Sabin (Prunella Gee) and Stern (Reuben Elvy) try to determine the location that was used for Abdul’s photograph.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2002)

New Square

THE AVENGERS: Brief for Murder (Peter Hammond: April 1963)
John Steed is taken by Wescott through the Inns of Court to the chambers of the Lakin brothers.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Burden of Proof (Peter Duffell: ??)
The embassy.
(Identified by: Stephen Carter July 2001)

Northumberland Avenue

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Solo Performance (Roy Baker, ???)
Shot of the theatre where the play is to take place, to establish the location where Dr Corder goes to speak with the director Paul Stockill (The Playhouse Theatre).
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2011)

Saint Martin's Court

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: Meet My Son, Henry (John Paddy Carstairs, 1962)
Having just bought a copy of the book Basic Calculus, Henry Peabody Jnr. (Stephen Loegering) leaves a bookshop and walks towards Saint Martin’s Lane. He is followed by an un-named woman (Nancy Seabrooke) who also wants the book.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, March 2011)

Saint Martin's Lane

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: Meet My Son, Henry (John Paddy Carstairs, 1962)
Henry Peabody Jnr. (Stephen Loegering) hails a cab to take back to his hotel. The un-named woman (Nancy Seabrooke) who is following him, also hails a cab and this follows.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, March 2011)

Saint Martin's Place

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: 1964)
Rawson passes St Martin's in the Field Church and heads into St Martin's Lane as he attempts to lose Drake.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

GIDEON’S WAY: The Millionaire's Daughter (Cyril Frankel, ??)
Alan Blake (Don Borisenko) and Nina Henderson (Lans Traverse) leave the church as they visit the 'sights' of London.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

The Strand

GIDEON’S WAY: Fall High, Fall Hard (Leslie Norman, November 1964)
Detective Sergeant Carmichael is sent to observe the Erickson-Randle Construction Company trial at the Royal Courts of Justice.

THE AVENGERS: Death of a Great Dane (Peter Hammond: November 1962)
Establishing shot of the city seen prior to Steed making his first visit to Litoff's office suite (view of the Thames looking from Shell Mex House).

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear  (Quentin Lawrence: May 1966)
Colbert moves into his London Hotel (The Savoy).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, February 2002)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
Marty visits a number of London hotels in his search for Dandy including The Savoy (rear entrance, from Savoy Place).
(Identified by: Stephen Carter March 2002)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just For the Record (Jeremy Summers: April 1969)
Jeannie's travels towards the Public Records Office in her red Mini.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, June 2001)

DEPARTMENT S: A Small War of Nerves (Leslie Norman: 1969)
The Rolls carrying Sir Curtis and Doctor Stickney Rolls is followed along The Strand and turns into The Savoy.

THE ADVENTURER: Mr Calloway is a Very Cautious Man (Barry Morse)
Establishing shot of The Royal Courts of Justice.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2005)

Temple Place

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: 1978)The Howard Hotel, Temple Place, London, WC2 - Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) takes Lynne Jackson (Anouska Hempel) for a meal at his hotel.

  
Photos: Stephen Carter

THE PROFESSIONALS: No Stone (Chris Burt: 1981)
Tim Hockley (Philip York) is photographed leaving pictures of Jimmy Kilpin’s execution in a telephone box. After the phone call a police car arrives to collect the photographs. Later a police patrol (Brian Miller and Jonty Miller) spot a suspicious car with false number plates parked by the Royal Courts of Justice (this building has since been demolished and replaced).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

Trafalgar Square

THE SAINT: The Man Who was Lucky (John Gilling: 1962)
Simon Templar goes to ‘club land’ looking for Cora. Clubs in the area include Safari Club (Grand Buildings).

THE SAINT: The Saint Plays with Fire (Robert S. Baker: 1963)
Stock footage of a demonstration in the Square
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: Luella (Roy Baker: 1963)
Establishing shot of the Square. Later) The Saint's Volvo drives through the Square.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE AVENGERS: The Grandeur That was Rome (July 1963)
Sir Bruno Luker watches a television news footage of a violent demonstration in Trafalgar Square and comment on it to Octavia.
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, November 2011)

GIDEON’S WAY: State Visit (John Moxey 1964)
Max Fischer (Alfie Bass) wonders around the square carrying his homemade bomb concealed in a thermos flask. As he crosses the road heading towards Whitehall a policeman stops him and tells him to be careful as he had crossed against the lights.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, April 2005)

DANGERMAN: The Affair At Castelevara (Quentin Lawrence: 1964)
Crowds gather to protest the imprisonment of Ramos Torres.

GIDEON'S WAY: Subway to Revenge (Roy Baker: 1965)
James Lane (Donald Churchill) and his girlfriend Ellen Winters (Anne Lawson) enter the National Gallery. After their visit they leave from the main entrance and wait to cross the road to Saint Martins in the Fields Church. John Stewart (Bryan Pringle) who is out to kill James goes to push him in front of an approaching bus but is noticed by Anne. Stewart quickly leaves and James and Anne cross the road safely.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, August 2001)

DANGER MAN: The Black Book (Michael Truman: 1965)
Drake's Mini drives round the square as he heads towards a meeting with General Carteret.

GIDEON’S WAY: The Millionaire's Daughter (Cyril Frankel)
Alan Blake (Don Borisenko) and Nina Henderson (Lans Traverse) visit the square as they see the 'sights' of London
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

DANGER MAN: Fish on the Hook (Robert Day: March 1964)
Drake's Mini turns off the square towards Whitehall on his way to report to World Travel.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: 1964)
Rawson (John Fraser) pays off his cab and walks across the square watched by Drake (Patrick McGoohan) from the National Gallery. Rawson pauses on the corner of St. Martin's Place to check for pursuers.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: It's Up To The Lady (Michael Truman: 1964)
Drake's Mini turns off the square towards Whitehall.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: The Mercenaries (Don Chaffey: 1964)
John Drake goes to see Brewster, posing as John Atkins, to apply to join Coote’s mercenaries.

DANGER MAN: Yesterday's Enemies (Charles Crichton: 1964)
Establishing shot of the square.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE SAINT: The Saint Steps In (John Gilling :March/April 1964)
Stock footage of the square.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE SAINT: The Imprudent Politician (John Moxey July 1964)
Tim Burton (Jererny Burnharn) catches a taxi.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE BARON: Red Horse, Red Rider (John Moxey: ???)
It is evening in London

THE BARON: Epitaph for a Hero (John Moxey: October 1965)
Cordelia returns to London to report to Templeton-Greene after Mannering disappears from the Edinburgh sleeper.

THE SAINT: Flight Plan (Roy Baker: August/September 1966)
Establishing shot of London.

THE SAINT: Escape Route (Roger Moore: October 1966)
Simon Templar drives his Volvo through London before breaking into a house. Later Harry (Jeremy Burnham) follows Penny (Wand Ventham) to Havelock's statue where she has arranged to meet Inspector Teal (Ivor Dean). He watches as they both leave in a taxi.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Jigsaw Man (Charles Frend: February/March 1967)
Swinging London.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Web With Four Spiders (Robert Tronson: January 1967)
McGill meets with a representative of the Exclusive Photographic Company, Simon Croft, to arrange terms.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Three Blinks of the Eyes (Charles Crichton: 1967)
McGill is in London waiting in his hotel room.

THE SAINT: The Powers Artists (Leslie Norman: February 1967)
Establishing shot of London as Simon Templar takes an unexpected taxi ride.

THE PRISONER: Fall Out (Patrick McGoohan: December 1967)
As the trailer carrying Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) and Number 2 (Leo McKern) passes by Trafalgar Square a motorcycle policeman starts following it.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Gilded Cage (Cyril Frankel: September 1967)
The pigeon Richard Barrett released from his cell is found in Trafalgar Square.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Trouble With Women (Cyril Frankel: Autumn 1968)
Jean Hopkirk arrives at the office to find Jeff worse for ware after a long night on a divorce case (establishing shot of Admiralty Arch and Trafalgar Square).
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Eve (Robert Stevens: 1968)
Albert Baker (Dennis Waterman) steals the mannequin, Eve, from the department store and carries her across London. They catch the tube to Trafalgar Square.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed To Be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shot of London.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2002)

DEPARTMENT S: The Ghost of Mary Burnham (Cyril Frankel: ???)
Establishing shot London.

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train To Redbridge (John Gilling: December 1968)
Establishing shot of “London November 22nd”.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying? (Ray Austin: October 1968)
Establishing footage of London before we see the Randall and Hopkirk office.

DEPARTMENT S: The Perfect Operation (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Sir Curtis phones Henry Smith to inform him of Haslet-Wood’s relapse.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The House on Haunted Hill (Ray Austin: Summer 1969)
Establishing footage of London before we see the Randall and Hopkirk office.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man From 'X' (Gil Taylor: January/February 1969)
London, late at night, and to lovers find a quiet corner to park their Mini for a kiss.

THE AVENGERS: Homicide and Old Lace (John Hough: January 1969)
Operation Rule Britannia is put in place and the treasures of the National Gallery are removed.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: Spring 1969)
Very early morning and the square is deserted.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

UFO: Destruction (Ken Turner, 1970)
Straker and Lake are in London to search Sarah Bosanquet’s apartment.

THE PERSUADERS!: Someone Like Me (Roy Ward Baker 1971)
gives us a brief view of the National Gallery and St Martin in the Fields Church as the Rolls Royce, with Sam Milford (Bernard Lee) in the back, passes by.

THE PERSUADERS!: Read and Destroy (Roy Ward Baker 1971)
Brett in his Aston drives past Nelson's Column before pulling up outside his apartment. Felix (Joss Ackland) is waiting outside.

THE PERSUADERS!: The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore 1971)
Establishing shot of the square.

THE PROTECTORS: Talkdown (Jeremy Summers: Winter 1971)
Whist travelling through London the firing range, Harry quizzes The Contessa about Harry Farr.

THE PROTECTORS: …With a Little Help from My Friends (Jeremy Summers: Winter 1971)
Mrs Karen Rule (Hannah Gordon) emerges from the London Underground into Trafalgar Square. She is watched as she catches a bus.

THE PROTECTORS: Balance of Terror (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry and The Contessa race to the conference centre after hearing that Professor Schelpin is there (they enter the square from Whitehall and leave by Admiralty Arch).

THE ADVENTURER: Full Fathom Five (Val Guest: 1972)
Establishing shot of the square.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

THE PROTECTORS: WAM Part 1 (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Establishing shots of London where Davies is pleading with Harry Rule to investigate his daughter’s wild ways.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, May 2009)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Bank robbers pose as tourists on a coach.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, November 2000)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Simon Templar and Jeffrey Conaught watch film of Christine Hasen (Diane Keen) making contact with a foreign agent.

Victoria Embankment

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Solo Performance (Roy Baker, ???)
The cab carrying Jean Forrest passes the entrance to the Temple tube station and then she requests the driver to pull up on the other side of the road and he guides the vehicle to a halt beside the Thames. After climbing the wall, Jean Forrest looks out at the river and sees the lights of a boat passing by.
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, February 2011)

DANGER MAN: The Hunting Party (Pat Jackson: 1965)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) drives his MG along the embankment, past New Scotland Yard on his way to a meeting at The Palace of Westminster with Lord Gandon.

THE BARON: Epitaph for a Hero (John Moxey: October 1965)
Cordelia pulls over (by Cleopatra's Needle) to the side of the road after hearing the sound of the fun fair in her radio receiver.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Who's Mad Now? (Freddie Francis: 1967)
McGill meets Joan Heineman for lunch to discuss her visions. McGill (Richard Bradford) is followed as he leaves the meeting and crosses the road.

THE PRISONER: Fall Out (Patrick McGoohan: December 1967)
The trailer carrying Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) and Number 2 (Leo McKern), driven by the Butler (Angelo Muskat) is pulled over by a motorcycle policeman. All three get out and make their way towards Parliament Square.

THE PROTECTORS: A Case for Right (Michael Lindsay-Hogg, 1971)
Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) stops his car on The Embankment and makes his way down to Westminster Pier. He gets on board the “Silver Mare”, a tourist boat he has hired, to meet an unknown Italian (Milo O’Shea) who gives him a case to carry.

Waterloo Bridge

DANGER MAN: The Lonely Chair (Charles Frend: ??)
Drake goes to see Noelle Laurence after talking to her husband.

DEPARTMENT S: A Small War of Nerves (Leslie Norman: 1969)
The Rolls carrying Sir Curtis and Doctor Stickney from Waterloo Station is followed by Major Harwood and Ruckert Who drive across bridge and discuses Halliday.

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