The Golden Age of British Film and Theatre
British cinema during the 1940s enjoyed a golden age as wartime film-makers found a new freedom to reflect the national mood, producing works of unparalleled ambition and boldness.
Audiences turned to Ealing comedy films, escapist melodrama – often from Gainsborough Pictures – and World War II propaganda.
Strike it Again! programme, Prince of Wales Theatre, London
Passport to Pimlico (1949) opening credits
The Lion Has Wings (1939) opening credits
James Mason’s 1965 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Cabriolet
Morgan Mason sits in his father’s, British actor James Mason, Mercedes
World’s Most Expensive Cars (2017) opening credits
Easy Money (1948) opening credits
The Lost Continent (1968) opening credits
The Battle of the River Plate (1956) opening credits
Wild Geese II (1985) opening credits
They Flew Alone (1942) opening credits
Cottage to Let (1941) opening credits
The Astonished Heart (1950) opening credits
David Suchet on Sid Field: Last of the Music Hall Heroes credits
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