1hr 33mins
Dir: Wolf Rilla
Starring: June Ritchie and Sylvia Sims

The lives of two London club hostesses working in Soho

This moody drama features a rather inconsistent scene whereby Sylvia Sims meets her father off a train at London Marylebone station, with Class 115 DMU’s in attendance. The scene is interspersed with a shot of the concourse at London Waterloo, combined with an announcement for a train to ‘King’s Langley, Apsley, Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted, Tring, Leighton Buzzard and Bletchley’ (which would be from Euston!) This is then followed by a scene filmed on the South Bank close to Hungerford Bridge and some BR-built suburban EMU’s are passing by on the viaduct in the background. Finally, the entrance to Euston Square Underground station is just visible in the background of one shot. An additional scene at Marylebone of a Class 115 arriving was shot for this film then not used, but it can be found on Video 125’s DVD Diesels & Electrics on 35mm.

This is London Marylebone, and passengers file of a Class 115 DMU that has just arrived on the left. Another can be made out standing on the right.
This is the concourse of London Waterloo
Sylvia Sims and William Hartnell on the South Bank with an electric train passing across the viaduct in the background
To the left of Edward Judd in this shot is the entrance to Euston Square Underground station. It is quite clear in this shot, but totally unrecognisable today.