Ealing Studios is the oldest working film studio in the world.
The company prides itself on not only producing films, but also being able to provide the facilities for the production and distribution of said films.
Ealing is best-known for movies produced around the time of and in the decade immediately following the Second World War, under the brand Ealing Films, then a subsidiary of Associated Talking Pictures.
|Film||A Run For Your Money||Film||A 1949 film in which brothers from a Welsh village take their first trip to London, to collect a prize.|
|Film||Kind Hearts And Coronets||Film||Black Ealing comedy with eight classic characterisations by Alec Guinness as the noble victims of vengeance-seeking relative Dennis Price.|
|Film||No Limit||Film||Early George Formby film and the first major movie to be shown on British television. A Lancashire lad with a home-built bike aspires to compete in the Isle of Man TT races.|
|Film||Passport To Pimlico||Film||Ealing comedy about a legal discovery that leads the residents of Pimlico to declare themselves an independent nation, Burgundy.|
|Film||St Trinian's||Film||Revival of the classic film series, sttarring Rupert Everett and Colin Firth. The girls rally round when the school is faced with financial ruin.|
|Film||St Trinian's 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold||Film||The girls of St Trinian's are back - and this time they're racing a secretive, corrupt organisation to discover pirate treasure.|
|Film||St Trinian's Versus The World||Film||A third St. Trinian's film, which was never made.|
|Film||The Big Blockade||Film||Wartime propaganda film with a comic edge, illustrating the importance of waging economic battle against German industry and manufacturing.|
|Film||The Goose Steps Out||Film||Wartime comedy starring Will Hay. Teacher William Potts goes undercover at a German spy training school.|
|Film||The Ladykillers||Film||Classic Ealing comedy starring Alec Guinness and Peter Sellers. A gang of robbers meet their match in a little old lady.|
|Film||The Lavender Hill Mob||Film||An Ealing Studios comedy classic, The Lavender Hill Mob stars Alec Guinness & Stanley Holloway attempting to carry out the perfect crime.|
|Film||The Man In The White Suit||Film||Classic Ealing comedy starring Alec Guinness. Sidney Stratton invents a fibre that never gets dirty and never wears out, but it causes him problems.|
|Film||The Titfield Thunderbolt||Film||Comedy starring Stanley Holloway. The villagers of Titfield take matters into their own hands when their local railway line closes down.|
|Film||Touch And Go||Film||Jim makes a sudden decision to emigrate to Australia after a row with his boss.|
|Film||Whisky Galore!||Film||Classic Ealing comedy about a Scotch-laden ship that runs aground off the coast of the Outer Hebrides during the Second World War.|
|Film||Who Done It?||Film||Big screen debut for Benny Hill as a street-sweeper who wins enough money to pursue his dream of becoming a private investigator.|
|Film||Another Shore||Film||A young Irishman comes up with an unusual plan to get the money to emigrate to a tropical island.|
|Film||My Learned Friend||Film||Released from prison, a convict is gunning for the men who put him away. Will Hay is on the list, and enlists the help of Claude Hulbert.|
|Film||The Love Lottery||Film||After a Hollywood star is duped by a gambling syndicate, he's forced to offer himself as first prize in an international lottery.|
|Film||The Maggie||Film||Ealing comedy depicting a clash of cultures between a hard-nosed American businessman and a crafty Scottish sea captain.|
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