Two Cities Films was a British film production company. Formed in 1937, it was originally envisaged as a production company operating in the two cities of London and Rome which gave the company its name. In the mid-1940s Two Cities became part of the Rank Organisation producing key films such as Odd Man Out (1947), Hamlet (1948), and Vice Versa (1948).
|Film||Adam And Evelyne||Film|
|Film||One Good Turn||Film||Classic comedy starring Norman Wisdom as a hapless caretaker who finds his good intentions leading to disaster.|
|Film||The Chiltern Hundreds||Film||Comedy of political machinations and romance, based on the hit stage play by William Douglas Home.|
|Film||Trottie True||Film||Trottie True, Camden girl and star of the Victorian music hall, finds love across a surprising class divide.|
|Film||Trouble In Store||Film||Norman Wisdom is a humble department-store stock clerk with an ambition to become a window dresser.|
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