HELP FIND THE FOLLOWING UNKNOWN LOCATIONS
THE AVENGERS: Epic (James Hill: February 1967)
Mrs. Peel is tricked into using a taxi driven by a disguised Stewart Kirby's. Mrs Peel soon realises that they are going the wrong way, but when she protests she is rendered unconscious by gas fed into her sealed compartment.
This first shot looks like the swamp on London Road near the entrance to High Cannons. The taxi is seen on London Road near the entrance to High Cannons , Shenley Road and heading up Theobald Street, so obvious options are going to be within the area defined by Theobald Street, Radlett Lane, Silver Hill, London Road, Rowley Lane, Cowley Hill/Gateshead Road and Shenley Road.
(Identified by Stephen Winterbottom, June 2015)
Have Guns - Will Haggle (Ray
Austin: October 1967)
THE AVENGERS: The Nutshell (Raymond Menmuir, May 1963)
Anderson and Venner drive to the airfield where Steed is meeting with Jason.
THE AVENGERS: Build a Better Mousetrap (Peter Hammond, August
Unknown 1: Mrs. Gale (Honor Blackman) joins a group of motorcyclists on their cross-country run to Vernon.
Is that a train in the background of the last shot?
Unknown 2: During the point-to-point suggested by Steed, Mrs. Gale’s (Honor Blackman) motorbike breaks down 7 miles from Vernon.
Longcross, Surrey is near the former M.O.D. vehicle testing centre ‘Longross Proving Ground” and areas of heath land such as Chobham Common and Aldbury Bottom.
THE AVENGERS: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station
Stephen Cowin, May 2007 –
“I’m pretty sure this is of the old Napsbury signal box on the
Alan Field – “Although I agree the signal box does look like Napsbury, I don’t think it is. Napsbury was (apparently) famous for having three very tall signals, which would be visible in the shot. See what you think. http://www.signalbox.org/gallery/lm/napsbury.htm “
Unknown 2: Mrs Peel is told to open the door of the carriage and jump.
THE AVENGERS: The Rotters
THE AVENGERS: The Interrogators (Charles Crichton: October 1968)
There are lots of cedar trees at Brocket Hall, see below.
This is included to give an indication of the parkland around Brocket Hall. Lots of cedar trees.
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