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Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin: Fifty Years a Studio


Series Name
British Movietone News


Issue No.
Date Released
3 Jul 1947
Date submitted
30 Jun 1947
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin: Eros Back to the Old Address
  2. 2Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin: John Cobb on His Plans
  3. 3Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin: Big Three Confer on Marshall Offer
  4. 4Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin: Zionist Enthusiasm Acclaims Unscop
  5. 5Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin: Fifty Years a Studio


Story No. within this Issue
5 / 5
Section Title
Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Fifty Years a Studio. DESCRIPTION: On the site of the oldest film studios in Britain - at Walton-on-Thames - they celebrate 50 years of continuous production. Lionel Gamlin visits the Nettlefold Studios and talks to past and present stars. SHOTLIST: KS Interior of studio. Exterior shot of studio. Crowds in studio at Jubilee party. SCU of Margaret Lockwood and Ian Hunter being made up for film White Unicorn. A scene from the film being shot with the two stars. Margaret Lockwood being interviewed by Lionel Gamlin. Exterior shot of studio mix to shot of studio used in 1897 a small house called the Rosary. Scenes from the first film made at Nettlefold called Rescue by Rover. CU Stewart Rome who was present followed by shot of Lionel Gamlin interviewing Henry Edwards. Lionel interviews Mr Ernest Roy (Managing Director of Walton Studios). Shot of Lionel interviewing Chrissie White, star of the silent days. Several posters of her in the silent days.
Commemorations; Railways; Celebrations and festivals; Performing arts
Card file number
David Prosser
Lionel James Gamlin
Paul Wyand
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