Edward Godal

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Edward Godal
Occupation Film director and producer
Years active 1916–38

Edward Godal was a British film producer and director. During the First World War Godal ran a training school for actors.[1] He became a leading independent producer of British films after the war, becoming managing director of the small but ambitious British & Colonial, based at Walthamstow Studios from 1918 to 1924.[2] He later became involved with plans to make colour films at the newly built Elstree Studios and a proposed big-budget adaptation of an H.G. Wells novel, neither of which came to anything.[3] His producing career largely ended with the arrival of sound in 1929, and he made only one further film, in 1938.

Selected filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Low p.198
  2. ^ Low p.136
  3. ^ Low p.198-199

Bibliography[edit]

  • Low, Rachel. The History of British Film: Volume IV, 1918–1929. Routledge, 1997.

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