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Through Ealing's Eyes. I

A Vision of Albion
Flickers
Cecil Hepworth 1874-1953
Rescued By Rover (1905)
Through Ealing's Eyes. I
Sir Michael Balcon
Through Ealing's Eyes.II
"Just Room For One Inside Sir..."
Comedy
Other Eyes, Other Visions
British Film At War
A Canterbury Tale (1944)
The Post-War Years
Brighton Rock (1947)
London Belongs To Me (1948)
Scott of The Antarctic (1948)
Tiger Bay (1959)
Whistle down the Wind (1961)
Sir John Mills (1908 - 2005)

Ealing Studios Today

'The atmosphere at Ealing was warm and many people remarked upon it's familial feel'

A Vision of The Vision

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Eureka Stockade (1949) Ealing Studios

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the renaissance of Ealing Studios.
an essay by Hugh Pearman.
originally published
in The Sunday Times,
6th January 2002

The studios at Ealing in
West London were
built in 1931 by Basil Dean,
a theatre director,
who had formed film production
company Associated Talking Pictures 
(ATP) in 1929.
this from screenonline
@ the British Film Institute

This is a  documentary film history
of the England's Ealing Film Studios,
from its beginnings in 1902.
It follows the studio's
successes through the 1930's,
World War II dramas, the well-known
'Ealing comedies' with Alec Guinness,
and the BBC's television
productions. At the end we see the
resurrection of Ealing with the release of
The Importance of Being Earnest (2002).
The narration is by
Daniel Day-Lewis, who by virtue
of his mother, Jill Balcon, is the grandson
of Sir Michael Balcon.

Forever Ealing. George Perry  Chrysalis Books 1981

 The It Is Forever England Website
and Cinema Show 
  2004/2005/2006/2007.
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