Tours | Categories (New, Hot) | Map
Alcohol - Ancient - Animal - Architecture - Art - Aviation - Boxing - Celebrity - Charity - Children - Church - Cinema - Comedy - Crime - Dance - Death - Disaster - Drugs - Fashion - Food - Gambling - Ghost - Grave - Health - Historical - Industry - Justice - LGBT - Literary - Look Up - Medical - Military - Motoring - Murder - Museum - Music - Nature - Naval - Paranormal - Pioneer - Poetry - Police - Politics - Pub - Public Amenities - Quirky - Religion - Retail - Ripper - River - Royalty - Science - Sculpture - Sex - Signs - Society - Sport - Subterranean - Technology - Theatre - Train - Transport - Tube - TV - Weather -
IN THE NEWS
TOUR OF THE MONTH
ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
28th May 1908 Born today: Ian Lancaster Fleming, London England, author (James Bond)
28th May 1897 Born today: Henry Kendall, London, actor (Amazing Quest, Shadow, Rich and Strange)
28th May 1858 Dion Boucicault's Foul Play, premieres in London
28th May 1742 1st indoor swimming pool opens (Goodman's Fields, London)
28th May 1728 Celebrated satirical painter William Hogarth successfully sues agent Joshua Morris.
Italian Job: Charlie's Flat
Charlie's classic sixties London flat in The Italian Job.
Location: 18 Denbigh Close, Notting Hill
Description: This is the location in the classic 1969 British heist film 'The Italian Job' where Charlie Croker's flat is located. Laura throws the female clothes of Charlie's girlfriends out of his Sixties-junk cluttered flat here.
The Italian Job is a 1969 British caper film, written by Troy Kennedy Martin, produced by Michael Deeley and directed by Peter Collinson. Subsequent television showings and releases on video have established it as something of a national institution in the UK.
In November 2004, the magazine Total Film named The Italian Job the 27th greatest British film of all time.The line 'You were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!', said by Michael Caine in the film, was voted the favourite film one-liner in a 2003 poll of 1,000 film fans.
Tagged in this Tour: Sir Michael Caine's London