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Brighton Rock (1947): Continuity script
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directed by John Boulting, 1913-1985; produced by Roy Boulting, 1913-2001, Charter Film Productions; performed by Lord Richard Attenborough, 1923-2014, Hermione Baddeley, 1906-1986 and William Hartnell, 1908-1975 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1947), 128 page(s)
Adapted from Graham Greene's iconic 1939 novel, Brighton Rock charts the headlong fall of Pinkie, a razor-wielding disadvantaged teenager hell bent on clawing his way up through the ranks of organized crime. At the heart of the story is the anti-hero Pinkie's relationship with Rose - an apparently innocent young w...
directed by John Boulting, 1913-1985; produced by Roy Boulting, 1913-2001, Charter Film Productions; performed by Lord Richard Attenborough, 1923-2014, Hermione Baddeley, 1906-1986 and William Hartnell, 1908-1975 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1947), 128 page(s)
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Captive Heart (1946): Shooting script
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directed by Basil Dearden, 1911-1971; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Sir Michael Redgrave, 1908-1985, Rachel Kempson, 1910-2003 and Frederick Leister, 1885-1970 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1946), 256 page(s)
The Captive Heart is the story of a group of British Prisoners of War, captured after Dunkirk in 1940. Amongst them is a man known as Captain Geoffrey Mitchell – the identity of a dead man, which he has assumed after escaping from a concentration camp. To avoid exposure, he must correspond with the dead man’s...
directed by Basil Dearden, 1911-1971; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Sir Michael Redgrave, 1908-1985, Rachel Kempson, 1910-2003 and Frederick Leister, 1885-1970 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1946), 256 page(s)
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Dead Of Night (1945): Continuity script
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directed by Alberto Cavalcanti, 1897-1982; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Mervyn Johns, 1899-1992, Roland Culver, 1900-1984 and Mary Merrall, 1890-1973 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1945), 92 page(s)
Starring Michael Redgrave, Googie Withers and Mervyn Johns, DEAD OF NIGHT represented a departure for Ealing from the classic comedy mode and is instead a spooky psychological thriller made up of five chilling ghost stories. An architect visits a country house only to get trapped in a recurring nightmare involving...
directed by Alberto Cavalcanti, 1897-1982; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Mervyn Johns, 1899-1992, Roland Culver, 1900-1984 and Mary Merrall, 1890-1973 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1945), 92 page(s)
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The Fallen Idol (1948): Continuity script
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directed by Sir Carol Reed, 1906-1976; produced by Sir Carol Reed, 1906-1976, London Film Productions; performed by Sir Ralph Richardson, 1902-1983, Michèle Morgan, 1920-, Sonia Dresdel, 1909-1976 and Bobby Henrey, 1939- (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1948), 238 page(s)
A taut British thriller centring on a child’s first glimpse into adult hypocrisy, The Fallen Idol was the first collaboration between director Carol Reed and author Graham Greene. The Fallen Idol is told entirely from the perspective of a young boy, Phillipe, who tries to help the man he idolizes when he is impl...
directed by Sir Carol Reed, 1906-1976; produced by Sir Carol Reed, 1906-1976, London Film Productions; performed by Sir Ralph Richardson, 1902-1983, Michèle Morgan, 1920-, Sonia Dresdel, 1909-1976 and Bobby Henrey, 1939- (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1948), 238 page(s)
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Frieda (1947): Shooting script
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written by Sir Ronald Millar, 1919-1998; directed by Basil Dearden, 1911-1971; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by David Farrar, 1908-1995, Glynis Johns, 1923- and Mai Zetterling, 1925-1994 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1947), 247 page(s)
This film, directed by Basil Dearden, stars David Farrar, Glynis Johns, and Mai Zetterling.
written by Sir Ronald Millar, 1919-1998; directed by Basil Dearden, 1911-1971; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by David Farrar, 1908-1995, Glynis Johns, 1923- and Mai Zetterling, 1925-1994 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1947), 247 page(s)
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The Hasty Heart (1949): Continuity script
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written by John Patrick, 1905-1995; directed by Vincent Sherman, 1906-2006; produced by Robert Clark, 1905-1984, Warner Brothers and Associated British Picture Corporation; performed by Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004, Patricia Neal, 1926-2010 and Richard Todd, 1919-2009 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1949), 166 page(s)
This film, directed by Vincent Sherman, stars Ronald Reagan, Patricia Neal, and Richard Todd.
written by John Patrick, 1905-1995; directed by Vincent Sherman, 1906-2006; produced by Robert Clark, 1905-1984, Warner Brothers and Associated British Picture Corporation; performed by Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004, Patricia Neal, 1926-2010 and Richard Todd, 1919-2009 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1949), 166 page(s)
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It Always Rains On Sunday (1947): Shooting script
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directed by Robert Hamer, 1911-1963; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Googie Withers, 1917-2011, Jack Warner, 1895-1981 and John McCallum, 1918-2010 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1947), 236 page(s)
Directed by Robert Hamer (Kind Hearts and Coronets) IT ALWAYS RAINS ON SUNDAY is considered to be one of the greatest and most overlooked achievements of British 1940's cinema. The film was featured in Time Out’s 100 Best British Films list, as chosen by 150 film industry experts, including Sam Mendes and Wes An...
directed by Robert Hamer, 1911-1963; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Googie Withers, 1917-2011, Jack Warner, 1895-1981 and John McCallum, 1918-2010 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1947), 236 page(s)
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Kind Hearts And Coronets (1949): Continuity script
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directed by Robert Hamer, 1911-1963; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Dennis Price, 1915-1973, Sir Alec Guinness, 1914-2000 and Valerie Hobson, 1917-1998 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1949), 123 page(s)
A coolly elegant, critically acclaimed comic masterpiece, Kind Hearts and Coronets is classic black comedy from Ealing Studios. Louis Mazzini’s mother belongs to the aristocratic family D’Ascoyne, but she ran away with an opera singer. Therefore, the D’Ascoynes rejected her and Louis. Once an adult, Louis (P...
directed by Robert Hamer, 1911-1963; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Dennis Price, 1915-1973, Sir Alec Guinness, 1914-2000 and Valerie Hobson, 1917-1998 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1949), 123 page(s)
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My Learned Friend (1943): Continuity script
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directed by Basil Dearden, 1911-1971 and Will Hay, 1888-1949; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Will Hay, 1888-1949, Claude Hulbert, 1900-1964 and Mervyn Johns, 1899-1992 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1943), 85 page(s)
Will Hay (Dandy Dick, The Goose Steps Out) plays a disbarred solicitor who, with the help of Claude (Claude Hulbert), embarks on a frantic chase in pursuit of a psychopathic murderer newly released from prison. The prisoner is working through a vengeance list with Claude's name near the top… Directed by Basil De...
directed by Basil Dearden, 1911-1971 and Will Hay, 1888-1949; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Will Hay, 1888-1949, Claude Hulbert, 1900-1964 and Mervyn Johns, 1899-1992 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1943), 85 page(s)
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Passport To Pimlico (1949): Continuity script
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directed by Henry Cornelius, 1913-1958; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Rank Organization Film Productions and Ealing Studios; performed by Stanley Holloway, 1890-1982, Betty Warren, 1905-1990 and Barbara Murray, 1929-2014 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1949), 123 page(s)
Ealing Studios' output from the 1940s and 1950s helped define what was arguably the golden age forBritish cinema. Written by Ealing regular T.E.B. Clarke, PASSPORT TO PIMLICO was nominatedby BAFTA in the Best British Film category and stars Stanley Holloway, Hermione Baddeley,Margaret Rutherford and Paul Dupuis. W...
directed by Henry Cornelius, 1913-1958; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Rank Organization Film Productions and Ealing Studios; performed by Stanley Holloway, 1890-1982, Betty Warren, 1905-1990 and Barbara Murray, 1929-2014 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1949), 123 page(s)
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