With Highbury Productions (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)



1. Penny and the Pownall Case (1948)

47 min | Drama, Mystery

6.1
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A glamor model helps Scotland Yard to catch a criminal gang.

Director: Slim Hand | Stars: Ralph Michael, Peggy Evans, Christopher Lee, Diana Dors

Votes: 75

2. A Song for Tomorrow (1948)

62 min | Drama, Romance

5.9
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Derek Wardell is struck with amnesia, and the last thing he remembers is the beautiful voice of the opera singer Helen Maxwell. When he regains consciousness, Wardell thinks that he's in love with her.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Evelyn McCabe, Ralph Michael, Shaun Noble, James Hayter

Votes: 51

3. Trouble in the Air (1948)

55 min | Comedy

6.1
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A radio commentator is sent to a village to broadcast a bell-ringing team. Meanwhile a property speculator tries to buy a plot of land for less than it is worth.

Director: Charles Saunders | Stars: Freddie Frinton, Jimmy Edwards, Joyce Golding, Bill Owen

Votes: 31

4. Badger's Green (1949)

62 min | Comedy

7.8
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A village cricket match begins to assume Homeric proportions.

Director: John Irwin | Stars: Barbara Murray, Brian Nissen, Garry Marsh, Kynaston Reeves

Votes: 6

5. To the Public Danger (1948)

43 min | Short, Drama

6.2
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Four people with very different backgrounds meet by chance at an English pub and gradually become carried away in an alcohol-lubricated bout of thrill-seeking (so far as that was possible ... See full summary »

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Dermot Walsh, Susan Shaw, Barry Letts, Roy Plomley

Votes: 68

6. Love in Waiting (1948)

60 min | Comedy, Romance

6.2
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Set in England, post-World War II; three young women attempt to balance their waitress jobs and their respective love-lives whilst their employer's restaurant - and all the waitresses - is ... See full summary »

Director: Douglas Peirce | Stars: David Tomlinson, Andrew Crawford, Peggy Evans, Elspet Gray

Votes: 33

7. Fly Away Peter (1948)

60 min | Drama

6.4
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Family ties are strained as grown up offspring start to leave the nest.

Director: Charles Saunders | Stars: Frederick Piper, Kathleen Boutall, Nigel Buchanan, Elspet Gray

Votes: 40

8. Colonel Bogey (1948)

51 min | Fantasy

8.0
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A young Victorian couple spends time with the wife's aunt who behaves as if her late husband were still alive and his ghostly voice is heard.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Jack Train, Mary Jerrold, Jane Barrett, John Stone

Votes: 11

9. A Piece of Cake (1948)

46 min | Comedy, Fantasy

5.6
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Director: John Irwin | Stars: Cyril Fletcher, Betty Astell, Laurence Naismith, Jon Pertwee

Votes: 33

10. Wartime Wanderers

Drama, Sport, War | Announced

Set in 1939, members of the Bolton Wanderers, an English football team, enlist to active duty en masse, inspired by a speech by their captain, Harry Goslin.

11. Stop the Merry-Go-Round (1952)

Drama

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Director: Desmond Davis | Stars: Jane Carr, Gordon Edwards, Jessie Evans, Harry Lane


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