What makes a film an 'Ealing' film? Why should we cry at 'Mandy'? What has 'The Man in the White Suit' got to do with the atomic bomb? And what might Ealing ...
If you're a fan of Britain's beloved, classic comedies from the Ealing Studios in London, here is a chance to revisit a few of THE LADYKILLERS' distinct film...
AKA The Sign of Four: Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Case. A 1932 British crime film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Arthur Wontner, Ian Hunter and Graham S...
A look at the set where the downstairs scenes are built and filmed.
Taken from Michael Wildshill movies. Especially 2032.
This clip is taken from the 1954 classic 'West of Zanzibar' directed by Harry Watt, featured on The Ealing Studios Rarities Collection - Volume One. Network ...
Alexander Mackendrick's final film for Britain's Ealing Studios is one of its most celebrated comedies as well as a pivotal film for an embryonic Peter Selle...
Filmmaker John Landis visits Ealing Studios for KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS Perhaps the greatest of the Ealing comedies, this blackly humorous multiple murder f...
Ealing Studios classic archive to be celebrated.
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