The night club scene was shot in the late and much lamented original La Valbonne, in Kingley St, right off Carnaby St. The shots really did little justice to what an awesome place it was. But as soon as I saw the fish tanks, the straw huts, the wicker furniture and all the lights on the cieling, it was 1977 again for me. I spent almost 3 years practically living in that place. There was a huge fish tank making up most of the cieling in the dining area. The slightly sunken dance floor had an amazing light show. Where you see the drums, it was near where Ronnie from Romford and Harry, from Jamaica, used to spin their magic. My personal bartenders Paul and Paul took great care of me, as did the other Paul, the chain smoking Frenchman, who greeted you at the top of the stairs as you entered the club. The stairs can be seen briefly in one of the shots. There was a huge LPG powered torch blazing away on the outside of the building. I was a resident from 1977, 78 and 79. There will never be anything like it. It really was a special time. Saw Anthony Valentine there more than once plus Charlie, from The Blockheadfs, and many other celebs. Foreign tourists and airline stewardesses. Beautiful women. I'd give it all up to be back there in that time. Life was good, in spite of Callaghans Winter of Discontent!!!!