PG | | Comedy, Drama
The power station in the background where Humphrey (Graham Stark) gives his mother's gold ring to Gilda (Julia Foster) is the Lots Road Power Station with its original four chimneys, each two hundred seventy-five feet (eighty-four meters) tall. Opened in 1905 to supply power to the newly electrified Underground railways, it was converted from coal to oil in the 1970s, and due to the lower emissions from gas, the numbers of chimneys needed was reduced, so two were removed. The station stopped generating power in 2002.
Well, what harm can it do? Old Harry will never know. And even if he did, he shouldn't begrudge me - or her, come to that. And it'll round off the tea nicely.
Alfie's seduction of Lilly takes place in midsummer. The next time we see her we are told that three months have elapsed, but the foliage still shows it to be midsummer.
At the beginning of the film Michael Caine talks to camera and explains that there will be no opening credits.
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