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Adam and Evelyne. [From the original story by Noel Langley; additional scenes and dialogue by Lesley Storm [pseud.], George Barraud and Nicholas Phipps.

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London? Two Cities Films, Ltd., c1949]

1949

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The adventurers. [Domestic version. Original story and screenplay by Robert Westerby.

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London, Mayflower Pictures Corp. Ltd., 1951, c1950]

1951-1950

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Always a bride; domestic version. [Screenplay by Ralph Smart and Peter Jones.

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London, Clarion Films Ltd., c1953]

1953

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Another shore. [From the novel by Kenneth Reddin; screenplay by Walter Meade.

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Ealing, Ealing Studios Production, 1948]

1948

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Appointment with Venus. [Screenplay by Nicholas Phipps, story and adaptation by Jerrard Tickell]

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[London, 1951]

1951

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The astonished heart.

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London, General Film Distributors, Ltd., 1950, c.1949]

1950-1949

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The astonished heart. [Screenplay.

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London, 1954]

1954

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The bad Lord Byron [screenplay by Terence Young and others] Produced and directed by Aubrey Baring and David Macdonald.

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[London] General Film Distributors, Ltd. [1949]

1949

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Bad sister, from the novel by Flora Sandstrom. Directed by Bernard Knowles, produced by Harold Huth.

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[London?] 1948.

1948

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Bitter springs. [Screenplay by W.P. Lipscomb and M. Danischewsky; from an original story by Ralph Smart.

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London? Ealing Studios Ltd.] 1949-[c1950]

1949-1950

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Black narcissus, written, produced and directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. [Adapted from the novel by Rumer Godden.

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London? Independent Producers Ltd., c1947]

1947

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Blackmailed [from the novel Mrs. Christopher by Elizabeth Myers.

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n.p., 1951]

1951

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Look before you love. [English version. Screenplay by Reginald Long, from the story by Ketti Fring [sic]

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[London, Burnham Productions, 194-?]

194

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The Lost people. [Screenplay by Bridget Boland; based on the play, Cockpit by Bridget Boland.

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London? General Film Distributors, Ltd., c1949]

1949

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The Young lovers. [an original screenplay by George Tabori]

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[London?] 1954.

1954

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The Browning version [by Terence Rattigan; screenplay by Terence Rattigan.

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London, Javelin Films, Ltd., c1951]

1951

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The card; foreign version. Produced by John Bryan, directed by Ronald Neame.

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[London? 1952]

1952

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Cardboard cavalier. [Screenplay by Noel Langley.

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n.p., 1949]

1949

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Made in Heaven; domestic version. [Original story and screenplay by George H. Brown and William Douglas Home.

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London, British Film Makers Ltd., 1952]

1952

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Madness of the heart. [Adapted from the screen by Charles Bennett from the novel by Flora Sandstrom]

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[London, 1949]

1949

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The Magnet. [Original screenplay by T.E.B. Clarke.

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London, Ealing Studios ltd., c1950]

1950

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Crash of silence. [Scrrenplay by Nigel Balchin and Jack Whittingham. Adpated from "The day is ours" by Hilda Lewis.

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London, 1952]

1952

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Curtain up. [Screenplay by Michael Pertwee and Jack Davies; adapted from the play On Monday next.

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London? Constellation Films Ltd., 1942]

1942

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Dance hall. [Original screenplay by E.V.H. Emmett, Diana Morgan and Alexander Mackendrick.

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n.p., Ealing Stuidos Production, 1950]

1950

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The Woman in question. [Original story and screenplay by John Cresswell.

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n.p., Javelin Films, 1950]

1950

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The Woman in question. [Original story and screenplay by John Cresswell.

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London? 1950-1951]

1950-1951

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The Man in the white suit. [Based on a play by Roger MacDougall; screenplay by Roger MacDougall, John Dighton and Alexander Mackendrick.

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London, Ealing Studios Production, 1949]

1949

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The Man within. [Screenplay by Muriel and Sydney Box, from the novel by Graham Greene]

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London, 1947.

1947

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Marry me. [Original screenplay by Denis Waldock and Lewis Gilbert.

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n.p., 1949]

1949

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Meet me tonight [based on three plays from Noel Coward's Tonight at 8:30]

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London? J. Arthur Rank Organisation, 1952]

1952

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Dear Mr. Prohack [adapted from the novel "Mr. Prohack" by Arnold Bennett and the play by Arnold Bennett and Edward Knoblock.

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n.p., 1949]

1949

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Dear murderer [screenplay by Muriel and Sydney Box and Peter Rogers, from the play by St. John Legh Clowes] Post-production shooting script with full dialogue, music and action cues and 'spotting' continuity.

Text

London, 1947.

1947

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Desperate moment, domestic version; from the novel by Martha Albrand [pseud.] Screenplay by Patrick Kirwan and George H. Brown. Produced by George H. Brown, directed by Compton Bennett.

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[London? 1953]

1953

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Diamond city; produced by A. Frank Bundy, directed by David Macdonald.

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[London] General Film Distributors [1949]

1949

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Don't ever leave me. [Adapted from the story "Wide guy" by Anthony Armstrong [pseud.]; screenplay by Robert Westerby.

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n.p., Triton Production, 1949]

1949

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Dulcimer street. [Screen play by Sidney Gilliat and J.B. Williams. From the novel "London belongs to me" by Norman Collins.

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Pinewood, Eng., Independent Producers Ltd., c1948]

1948

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Easy money [screenplay by Muriel and Sydney Box, adapted from Arnold Ridley's play Easy money] Post production shooting script with full dialogue, music and action cues, and coded 'spotting' continuity.

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London, 1948.

1948

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Edge of the world.

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[London? n.d.]

-

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The end of the river, after the novel by Desmond Holdridge. [Screenplay by Wolfgang Wilhelm]

Text

[London?] Independent Producers Ltd., c1947.

1947

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Esther Waters. [From the novel by George Moore; screen adaptation by Michael Gordon and William Rose, additional dialogue by Gerard Tyrrell.

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n.p., 1948]

1948

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Eureka stockade [screenplay by Harry Watt and Walter Greenwood, additional scenes by Ralph Smart]

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[Ealing? Ealing Studios Production, 1949]

1949

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Fast and loose. [Screenplay by Ben Travers and A.R. Rawlinson.

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London, Teddy Baird Production, 1954]

1954

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The final test. [Screenplay by Terence Rattigan.

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London? A.C.T. Films Ltd., c1953]

1953

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My brother's keeper, A Sydney Box Gainsborough Picture [Screenplay by Frank Harvey, jr.

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London? Gainsborough Pictures, c1948]

1948

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My sister and I; from the novel High pavement by Emery Bonett [pseud.]

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London [195-?]

195

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The Net; domestic version. [Screenplay by William Fairchild, adapted from The novel by John Pudney.

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London, Two Cities Films, c1953]

1953

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The Net (project M.7). American version. [Screenplay by William Fairchild, adapted from the novel by John Pudney.

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London, Two Cities Films, c1953]

1953

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The Night my number came up; post-production script [Screenplay by R.C. Sherriff.

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London, M. Balcon, 195-?]

195

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Night without stars; domestic version; produced by Hugh Stewart, directed by Anthony Pélissier, released through General Film Distributors, ltd.

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[n.p.] 1951.

1951

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Floodtide [by George Blake; screenplay by George Black, Donald B. Wilson and Frederick Wilson]

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[n.p., 1949]

1949

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