List of Ealing Studios films

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This is a list of films made by the British production company Ealing Studios and its predecessor Associated Talking Pictures.[1] Prior to 1932 and after 1956, the company's films were made at studios other than Ealing. This list does not include films made at Ealing Studios by other companies.

1930s[edit]

Title Release Date Director
Escape September 1930 Basil Dean
Birds of Prey November 1930 Basil Dean
Sally in Our Alley July 1931 Maurice Elvey
A Honeymoon Adventure September 1931 Maurice Elvey
The Water Gipsies March 1932 Maurice Elvey
Nine till Six March 1932 Basil Dean
The Sign of Four May 1932 Rowland V. Lee/Graham Cutts
The Impassive Footman June 1932 Basil Dean
Love on the Spot July 1932 Graham Cutts
Looking on the Bright Side September 1932 Basil Dean/Graham Cutts
Three Men in a Boat May 1933 Graham Cutts
Loyalties May 1933 Basil Dean
Autumn Crocus February 1934 Basil Dean
Love, Life and Laughter March 1934 Maurice Elvey
Java Head August 1934 J. Walter Ruben
Sing As We Go September 1934 Basil Dean
Lorna Doone January 1935 Basil Dean
Look Up and Laugh June 1935 Basil Dean
Midshipman Easy October 1935 Carol Reed
No Limit November 1935 Monty Banks
Whom the Gods Love February 1936 Basil Dean
Queen of Hearts February 1936 Monty Banks
Laburnum Grove May 1936 Carol Reed
The Lonely Road September 1936 James Flood
Keep Your Seats, Please September 1936 Monty Banks
Feather Your Nest March 1937 William Beaudine
The Show Goes On April 1937 Basil Dean
Keep Fit August 1937 Anthony Kimmins
I See Ice February 1938 Anthony Kimmins
Penny Paradise October 1938 Carol Reed
It's in the Air November 1938 Anthony Kimmins
The Gaunt Stranger November 1938 Walter Forde
The Ware Case December 1938 Robert Stevenson
Trouble Brewing March 1939 Anthony Kimmins
Let's Be Famous March 1939 Walter Forde
The Four Just Men June 1939 Walter Forde
There Ain't No Justice June 1939 Pen Tennyson
Young Man's Fancy August 1939 Robert Stevenson
Cheer Boys Cheer August 1939 Walter Forde
Come On George! November 1939 Anthony Kimmins

1940s[edit]

Title Release Date Director
Return to Yesterday January 1940 Robert Stevenson
The Proud Valley March 1940 Pen Tennyson
Let George Do It! July 1940 Marcel Varnel
Convoy July 1940 Pen Tennyson
Saloon Bar October 1940 Walter Forde
Sailors Three December 1940 Walter Forde
Spare a Copper December 1940 John Paddy Carstairs
The Ghost of St. Michael's April 1941 Marcel Varnel
Turned Out Nice Again August 1941 Marcel Varnel
Ships with Wings November 1941 Sergei Nolbandov
The Black Sheep of Whitehall January 1942 Basil Dearden/Will Hay
The Big Blockade January 1942 Charles Frend
The Foreman Went to France April 1942 Charles Frend
The Next of Kin May 1942 Thorold Dickinson
The Goose Steps Out August 1942 Basil Dearden/Will Hay
Nine Men January 1943 Harry Watt
The Bells Go Down April 1943 Basil Dearden
My Learned Friend June 1943 Basil Dearden/Will Hay
Undercover July 1943 Sergei Nolbandov
Went the Day Well? October 1943 Alberto Cavalcanti
San Demetrio London December 1943 Charles Frend
The Halfway House April 1944 Basil Dearden
For Those in Peril June 1944 Charles Crichton
They Came to a City August 1944 Basil Dearden
Champagne Charlie August 1944 Alberto Cavalcanti
Fiddlers Three October 1944 Harry Watt
Johnny Frenchman August 1945 Charles Frend
Painted Boats September 1945 Charles Crichton
Dead of Night September 1945 Various
Pink String and Sealing Wax November 1945 Robert Hamer
The Captive Heart March 1946 Basil Dearden
The Overlanders October 1946 Harry Watt
Hue and Cry February 1947 Charles Crichton
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby March 1947 Alberto Cavalcanti
The Loves of Joanna Godden June 1947 Charles Frend
Frieda July 1947 Basil Dearden
It Always Rains on Sunday November 1947 Robert Hamer
Against the Wind February 1948 Charles Chrichton
Saraband for Dead Lovers September 1948 Basil Dean
Another Shore November 1948 Charles Chrichton
Scott of the Antarctic December 1948 Charles Frend
Eureka Stockade January 1949 Harry Watt
Passport to Pimlico April 1949 Henry Cornelius
Whisky Galore! June 1949 Alexander MacKendrick
Kind Hearts and Coronets June 1949 Robert Hamer
Train of Events August 1949 Sidney Cole/Charles Crichton/Basil Dearden
A Run for Your Money November 1949 Charles Frend

1950s[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Blue Lamp January 1950 Basil Dearden
Dance Hall June 1950 Charles Crichton
Bitter Springs July 1950 Ralph Smart
Cage of Gold September 1950 Basil Dearden
The Magnet October 1950 Charles Frend
Pool of London February 1951 Basil Dearden
The Lavender Hill Mob June 1951 Charles Crichton
The Man in the White Suit August 1951 Alexander Mackendrick
Where No Vultures Fly December 1951 Harry Watt
His Excellency January 1952 Robert Hamer
Secret People February 1952 Thorold Dickinson
I Believe in You March 1952 Basil Dearden
Mandy July 1952 Alexander Mackendrick
The Gentle Gunman October 1952 Basil Dearden
The Titfield Thunderbolt March 1953 Charles Crichton
The Cruel Sea March 1953 Charles Frend
The Square Ring July 1953 Basil Dearden
Meet Mr. Lucifer November 1953 Anthony Pelissier
The Love Lottery January 1954 Charles Crichton
The Maggie February 1954 Alexander Mackendrick
West of Zanzibar March 1954 Harry Watt
The Rainbow Jacket May 1954 Basil Dearden
Lease of Life October 1954 Charles Frend
The Divided Heart November 1954 Charles Crichton
Out of the Clouds February 1955 Basil Dearden
The Night My Number Came Up March 1955 Leslie Norman
The Ship That Died of Shame April 1955 Basil Dearden
Touch and Go September 1955 Michael Truman
The Ladykillers December 1955 Alexander Mackendrick
Who Done It? March 1956 Basil Dearden
The Feminine Touch March 1956 Pat Jackson
The Long Arm June 1956 Charles Frend
The Man in the Sky January 1957 Charles Crichton
The Shiralee July 1957 Leslie Norman
Barnacle Bill December 1957 Charles Frend
Davy December 1957 Michael Relph
Dunkirk March 1958 Leslie Norman
Nowhere to Go December 1958 Seth Holt
The Siege of Pinchgut August 1959 Harry Watt

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Perry p.174-93

Bibliography[edit]

  • Perry, George. Forever Ealing. Pavilion Books, 1994.