Film Fanfare - No 9 - Part 2 1957

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    Nettlefold Studios, Walton-on Thames

    Commentary denotes. 'Nettlefold Studios where British pictures have been made for the last 50 years' Sign: Nettlefold Studios - Enquires. Richard Denning steps out of car and goes into studios. Preparation for Butchers 'Assignment Redhead' Excellent preview footage of film being shot on location in Nettlefold Studios.

    Elstree Studios

    Gene Campbell song: 'I'm a Sentimental One' Silhouette of trumpeter, pans down to show man playing instrument.

    Cataloguers Note: Nettlefold studios date back to 1899 three years after the first public showing of a film in great Britain. In 1926 the film studios were purchased by Mr. Archibald Nettlefold, the studios then continued to make films there from 1926 onwards. The studios were still open in the 1950's, until eventually being demolished in 1961.

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  • "Preparation for Butchers 'Assignment Redhead" - for information, "Butchers" were a British film production and distribution company called Butchers Film Service.

    A number of film industry personalities are seen during the clip. They are........

    At 00:50, make-up artist Gerry Fairbank.

    At 01:13, continuity girl Yvonne Richards.

    At 01:20, veteran cinematographer Ernest Palmer.

    At 01:23, prolific director Maclean Rogers.

    At 01:31, British actor Brian Worth.

    "Gene Campbell" should read Jean Campbell.

    jamied 9th Jun 2012

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