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London Films

London Films Productions is a British film and television production company founded in 1932 by Alexander Korda and from 1936 based at Denham Film Studios in Buckinghamshire, near London. More than 40 years after Korda died in January 1956, the company returned to active film-making in 1997 with Morgan Mason as the chief executive.

Notable archive productions

Medium Production Broadcaster Genre Summary
Film Lady Godiva Rides Again. Marjorie Clark (Pauline Stroud). Lady Godiva Rides Again Film After being scouted for a beauty contest, small-town girl Marjorie quickly falls in over her head.
Film The Belles Of St. Trinian's. Image shows from L to R: Alastair Sim, George Cole. Copyright: London Films / STUDIOCANAL. The Belles Of St. Trinian's Film The first film set at the infamous school. The girls of St. Trinian's find themselves involved in a horse racing scam.
Film The Happiest Days Of Your Life. Image shows from L to R: Muriel Whitchurch (Margaret Rutherford), Wetherby Pond (Alastair Sim). Copyright: London Films / Individual Pictures. The Happiest Days Of Your Life Film In a Whitehall mix-up, an all-girls' boarding school, St Swithin's, is "re-evacuated" to share the facilities of all-boys' school Nutbourne College.
Film The Man Who Loved Redheads. Image shows from L to R: Young Mark (Jeremy Spenser), Sylvia (Moira Shearer). Copyright: London Films. The Man Who Loved Redheads Film Young peer and junior diplomat Mark is obsessed by the face of a redheaded girl whom, in his boyhood, he vowed he would love to eternity.
Film The Captain's Paradise. Image shows from L to R: Maud St. James (Celia Johnson), Captain Henry St. James (Alec Guinness). Copyright: STUDIOCANAL / London Films. The Captain's Paradise Film The captain of a ferry between Gibraltar and Morocco has a woman in each port.

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