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with: title: Counterfeit Constable (The)
year: 1964
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Counterfeit Constable (The) (1964) View the IMDB sheet (new window)
Director: Robert DHERY
Casting: Robert Dhéry, Jean Richard, Colette Brosset, Ronald Fraser, Jean Carmet

39 locations found
Schedule Film moment: scene on a London artery with the bus of the French fans rolling towards the stadium of Twickenham
Regent Street
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene of the stadium exit with Henri Martineau (Robert DHERY) holding the jaw after the blow received by a supporter, then of the crowd at the end of the game of rugby
Twickenham Stadium, Whitton Road
Twickenham
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Middlesex county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene of the stadium exit where Lord Brisburn (Richard VERNON) and Lady Yvette (Colette BROSSET), in their sidecar, runs parallel to the car of the French fans
Whitton Road
Twickenham
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Middlesex county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene of the stadium exit where Lord Brisburn (Richard VERNON) and Lady Yvette (Colette BROSSET), in their sidecar, runs parallel to the car of the French fans
Chertsey Road
Twickenham
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Middlesex county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene alongside a dock where the sidecar of the Brisburn (Richard VERNON and Colette BROSSET) opens the march for the bus of supporters en route to the dentist's office
Albert Embankment, Lambeth
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene of the passage of the coach of the French supporters en route to the dentist's office, in front of the gate and gate of the Horse Guards building facing the statue of Spencer Compton
Horse Guards Building, Whitehall, Westminster
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene at the "30 Queen Street" building of the dentist's office (Colin GORDON)
24 Kensington Park Gardens, Kensington and Chelsea
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Lord Brisburn (Richard VERNON) and Lady Yvette Brisburn (Colette BROSSET), in sidecar, arrive at the turn of a street very close to their home
Lowndes Street, Kensington and Chelsea
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Lord and Lady Brisburn (Richard VERNON and Colette BROSSET) arrive in side-car at their home
7 Harriet Walk, Kensington and Chelsea
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene at the entrance to the police headquarters where Henri (Robert DHERY) "PC 202" is taken by car by the police
4 Royal College Street, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on June 9th, 2018 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a bobby, with his mouth closed, walks back to the dentist's office and, at the corner of a street, he walks past 'Charrington's pub
'Parrs Head', 73 Plender Street, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on June 9th, 2018 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a policeman, from the edge of the sidewalk, hails a cab and realizes that he is already busy, he leaves while crossing the crossroads
Plender Street, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on June 10th, 2018 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed in bobby, responds with a nod of a head to a man who asks him to leave his car just two minutes
Chalcot Square, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene in a street where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed in bobby, approaches a man by handing him a square of paper to find the way to "Queen Street"
Chalcot Crescent, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene with police car arrival where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed in a bobby, hides behind a blind man (Colin BLAKELY), taking his arm and making him cross again the street
Rothwell Street, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a bobby, arrives near a square where several ladies comfort Gerald (Mark LESTER), a lost child
Goldington Crescent Gardens, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on June 9th, 2018 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where ladies entrust the lost boy (Mark LESTER) to Henri (Robert DHERY) dressed as a policeman who enters a street pressing the step pursued by the child
Chalton Street, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on June 9th, 2018 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene at the turn of a street where Henri (Robert DHERY) has momentarily sowed the young boy (Mark LESTER) who runs after him
près d'un carrefour, Regent's Park Road, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where the young boy (Mark LESTER) locates again Henri (Robert DHERY) who starts to run, crosses an avenue at a junction in direction of two 'Telephone' boxes
Regent's Park Road, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene from the bottom of a main track arrives the bus of the French supporters while at the turn of a street, emerges Lady Brisburn (Colette BROSSET) which runs, pursued by two 'bobbies'
à l'intersection de St Leonard's Road et Grove Road
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Yvette Brisburn (Colette BROSSET) hides while lying on the roof of the coach, while the French fans (Jean LEFEBVRE, Jean CARMET, Robert ROLLIS, Henri GENES, etc.) distract the two policemen
St Leonard's Road
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene in a street of "London" where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a policeman, follows a parade of 'Coldstream Guards'
High Street
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), in a corner, removes overcoat and helmet policeman revealing a tricolor jersey, he prepares to go down an alley when from the bottom of it is raised the cry of English fans who seeing him, back up the track
Goswell Hill
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a policeman, is grabbed by supporters who push him beyond gates at the corner of a building
Littleton Manor House, Studios Road
Shepperton
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Surrey county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Yvette (Colette BROSSET) walks in a street and makes sure not to be followed by the two policemen
8 Berkley Road, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Yvette (Colette BROSSET) arrives near a church where a number of children sit on a low wall, stops short when she sees in front of her without recognizing him Henri (Robert DHERY) dressed as a policeman
Berkley Road, à proximité de l'église Chalk Farm Baptist Church, Camden
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a policeman, hails a taxi, hands a box to the driver to take him to "Queen Street"
Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith and Fulham
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), disembarked from the taxi by the driver under the pretext of being tired, walks in a street of London where is located at a turning the 'Coach & Horses' pub
Bruton Street, Mayfair
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), at a branch of streets, passes in front of an advertising panel with the picture of Diana Dors extended and the mention "You are my Love"
Frances Road
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where French fans (Jean LEFEBVRE, Jean CARMET, Robert ROLLIS, Henri GENES, etc.) sing 'It's a Long Way to Tipperary' as they walk along a narrow bank along a canal
Delamere Terrace, Westminster
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where French fans (Jean LEFEBVRE, Jean CARMET, Robert ROLLIS, Henri GENES, etc.) sing 'It's a Long Way to Tipperary' while they are passing under a bridge over which English fans are singing the same thing
Westbourne Terrace Road, Westminster
London
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where French fans (Jean LEFEBVRE, Jean CARMET, Robert ROLLIS, Henri GENES, etc.) are called from afar by Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a policeman, who comes down from Gosswell Hill. Not having recognized him, they run in the tunnel of Bridgewater Way
Goswell Road
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where French fans (Jean LEFEBVRE, Jean CARMET, Robert ROLLIS, Henri GENES, etc.) are called from afar by Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a policeman, who comes down from Gosswell Hill. Not having recognized him, they run in the tunnel of Bridgewater Way
Bridgewater Way
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene on the sidecar where Lord and Lady Brisburn (Richard VERNON and Colette BROSSET) follow in a street a Land Rover
Church Lane
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Yvette (Colette BROSSET) sees Henri her brother (Robert DHERY), dressed as a policeman, who skirts a building, turns and goes away in the colonnade of facade
Guildhall, High Street
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), followed by Yvette (Colette BROSSET), sees the car of Inspector Savory (Godfrey QUIGLEY) who comes to him, to lose his pursuers he enters a side street
Queen Charlotte Street
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Henri (Robert DHERY), dressed as a policeman, sees at the end of a street a policeman coming towards him, turns his heels and leaves in the other direction but Yvette his sister (Colette BROSSET) arises at the end
Market Street
Windsor
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Berkshire county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scenes in streets, a police station, a post office and shops of "London"
Shepperton Studios, Studios Road
Shepperton
England / UNITED KINGDOM
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Surrey county.
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene with police officers on a building roof when Lady Brisbane (Colette BROSSET) is blocked sitting at the edge of the void hugging her legs the pipe of a descent of water
Studios de Billancourt, 2-50 quai du Point du Jour
Boulogne-Billancourt (92100)
92 - Hauts-de-Seine / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on May 16th, 2017 
Comment: Founded in 1922 under the name Eclipse Studio-Factory, then Paris-Studios-Cinema in 1926, then studios of Billancourt in 1933, they were closed in 1992 and destroyed in 1995, the places are now occupied by Canal +.
Source: Nostalnb
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