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    Senior Member Country: Great Britain Mikey's Avatar
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    Can anyone identify any of the filming location used in for the car chase sequence in Charles K. Feldman's Bond spoof Casino Royale?

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    Senior Member Country: New Zealand Anthony McKay's Avatar
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    You've already found some Box Hill stuff, a quick look around Westhumble/Boxhill should knock of a few of these - the road looks like A24/London Road

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    11 to 14 - The junction of Priest Hill and Burfield Road, near Old Windsor.

    http://goo.gl/maps/b5e0f

    15 to 17 - Straight Road/Ouseley Road, same area.

    http://goo.gl/maps/4CfHt

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    Tony

    The background looks right, but I've not been able to find anything relating to a roundabout replacing the junction, though obviously that is what has happened here. Thanks for pointing me in the correct direction with the A24 dual carriageway. I think I've located the sweeping bend on the A24 where the E-Type Jaguar overtook the vintage Bentley, near Mickleham.

    Alan

    Thanks for these two locations in Old Windsor. Any ideas on the aerial shot, which does not appear to be Old Windsor?
    Last edited by Mikey; 02-06-13 at 07:27 PM.

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    The riverside shot with the Bentley, E-Type and Bedford CA Milk Float in procession looks like Shepperton. Some of Casino Royale was filmed at Shepperton studio.
    The A24 if not Mickleham bares a resemblance some miles furthur south on the same road, to just north of Washington.

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    Tigon Man

    If you follow the second link on AlanF's posting you'll see that hes found the riverside location at Old Windsor.

    I've not been able to locate Washington on the A24. Is this a very small place?

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    There's a Washington on the A24 featured as a hamlet on a 1930's road map I have, which by now could be under tons of concrete. Its way down towards the coast-near to Worthing in fact. A larger village called Findon also on the A24 is just south.

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    I think I've found the sweeping bend (photo 3) on the A24 with the old wooden bus shelter. Its just north of Mickleham on the northbound carriageway.

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    It's definitely Old Windsor -- I've lived here for close on thirty years but never knew it was one of the locations for the original Casino Royale.

    As previously identified the location where the lorry has shed its load is the junction of Burfield Road with Priest Hill (A328) and the scene beside the river is Straight Road (A308), probably shot from in front of what is now The Harvester pub, until they turn the corner into Ouseley Road. The posh entrance through which the car is driving is actually one of the entrances (now disused) to the Beaumont Estate at the junction with Burfield Road and Ouseley Road.

    Here are a few more modern shots to compare with the originals in post nos. 1 & 2:

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    Simon

    Thanks for going to the trouble of getting current shots of the locations and great work in identifying the gateway.

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    More filming locations from Charles K. Feldman’s 1967 Bond spoof Casino Royale this time in central London. Images 2 and 3 are the opposite sides of the same street. Any assistance on these will be most appreciated.






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    Horseguards Avenue as viewed from Whitehall for the first one

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    ....and outside number 10 Whitehall Place ('East Block') for the third one

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    Senior Member Country: Lithuania Cooper S's Avatar
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    Bit late to this thread, and could have given you the Mickleham and riverside locations right away. The one that's been really annoying me though is this one -

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    There should be enough information there to locate it fairly easily, but so far no luck.

    If shot in the morning (probably more likely), from the shadows the view would be looking south-east, with a fair amount of open country to the South. There's a bit of an incline to the east, and the row of shops and church would probably still be there, though I imagine the area in the foreground would have been redeveloped. There is also what looks like a pub on the corner of the junction. Thought it might be somewhere like Dorking but haven't managed to match it.

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    Nice one Geoff

    I should have known that you'd be the one to sort the central London locations for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooper S View Post
    Bit late to this thread, and could have given you the Mickleham and riverside locations right away. The one that's been really annoying me though is this one -



    There should be enough information there to locate it fairly easily, but so far no luck.

    If shot in the morning (probably more likely), from the shadows the view would be looking south-east, with a fair amount of open country to the South. There's a bit of an incline to the east, and the row of shops and church would probably still be there, though I imagine the area in the foreground would have been redeveloped. There is also what looks like a pub on the corner of the junction. Thought it might be somewhere like Dorking but haven't managed to match it.
    Sam

    I've looked at Birds Eyes Views of both Dorking and Old Winsor and I cannot get it to match up with either. Hopefully someone will come up with the answer if the location has not changed too much or been redeveloped.
    Last edited by Mikey; 04-06-13 at 09:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    Simon

    Thanks for going to the trouble of getting current shots of the locations and great work in identifying the gateway.
    Mikey,

    No problem. I took the photos earlier today so they're about as up to date as you can get. S'funny how little has changed around here in forty-six years!

    S.

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