Borne from British International Pictures' acquisition of British Pathé, Associated British Picture Corporation (ABPC), was a film production, distribution, and exhibition company that produced such titles as Galton & Simpson's The Rebel and The Bargee.
During its prime, ABPC owned five hundred cinemas and held stakes in other companies such as Anglo-Amalgamated Film Distributors. However the company suffered financial difficulties in the 1960s and was bought out by EMI in 1970.
|Film||Dandy Dick||Film||Comedy starring Will Hay as a village vicar in search of £1,000 to repair his church's steeple.|
|Film||For Better, For Worse||Film||When an impoverished young graduate asks his girlfriend's father for permission to marry, approval is conditional on him finding both a job and a flat.|
|Film||Freedom Of The Seas||Film||Comedy following a mild-mannered City clerk who becomes a success in the Royal Navy.|
|Film||French Dressing||Film||A sleepy seaside town's deckchair attendant concocts a plan to raise the resort's fortunes.|
|Film||Girls At Sea||Film||Comedy set aboard a naval warship playing host to three female stowaways, and the Captain and Commander's attempts to keep their presence secret.|
|Film||Laughter In Paradise||Film||Comedy about four people who face tough challenges as set out in a relative's will.|
|Film||Sands Of The Desert||Film||Comedy starring Charlie Drake as a travel agent sent to oversee his company's new holiday camp in the desert.|
|Film||Spring Meeting||Film||Comedy following a wealthy Irish landowner, his two daughters, an English suitor and his mother.|
|Film||The Bargee||Film||Meet Hemel Pike, the Casanova of the canals. Born on the waterways, he sees no downside to the aquatic life - but events could catch up with him.|
|Film||The Cracksman||Film||Comic crime caper starring Charlie Drake as a naïve and unwilling safe-cracker, jail-breaker and home-breaker.|
|Film||The Rebel||Film||Comedy starring Tony Hancock as a bored London office clerk who begins to make waves on the Parisian art scene.|
|Film||Those Were The Days||Film||Will Hay comedy about an affable magistrate, his wife and step-son.|
|Film||Tommy The Toreador||Film||An English seaman stranded in Spain finds himself mixed up in a traditional bull-fight.|
|Film||Oh... Rosalinda!!||Film||Musical comedy and light farce set in occupied 1955 Vienna, based on Strauss operetta Die Fledermaus.|
|Film||The Good Companions||Film||Musical comedy following the ups-and-downs of a touring concert party and its members.|
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|1960||Film||Film||Sands Of The Desert|
|1959||Film||Film||Tommy The Toreador|
|1958||Film||Film||Girls At Sea|
|1957||Film||Film||The Good Companions|
|1954||Film||Film||For Better, For Worse|
|1951||Film||Film||Laughter In Paradise|