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The blue lamp 1950
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The Blue Lamp is a British police drama, directed by Basil Dearden and starring Jack Warner as veteran PC Dixon, Jimmy Hanley as newcomer PC. Crime Photos. The Blue Lamp () Jimmy Hanley and Jack Warner in The Blue Lamp () The Blue Lamp () · See all 7 photos». Learn more. The Blue Lamp () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
The Blue Lamp was an immensely popular British crime film (and the winner of the BFA Award), concentrating on interrelated episodes in the lives of several. 7 Apr (it was the most successful film of in the UK), it tells the story of a The Blue Lamp's credentials to play as part of our 'Dark' strand are. A pair of young crooks, carry out a robbery which ends in the murder of a P.C. They are traced, tracked and finally captured by the police and the C.I.D.
19 déc. The Blue Lamp - Basil Dearden (). En , à Londres, le vétéran George Dixon apprend le métier de policier au jeune Andy Mitchell. 24 Mar Travel guide to filming locations for The Blue Lamp (), in London. 25 Jul The Blue Lamp, a British crime film from Ealing Studios and directed by Basil Dearden (Pool of London , Sapphire ) presents a. 16 Aug Basil Dearden's The Blue Lamp became the most successful British movie of and has gone on to be the most famous, most influential of. Probably the most famous of all British police films, The Blue Lamp (d. Basil Dearden, ) is a classic example of the Ealing Studios ethos of inclusiveness.
17 Feb The Great Ealing Film Challenge The Blue Lamp () films through the s and early 60s; the underlying assumptions around youth. The Blue Lamp (, Jack Warner, Jimmy Hanley, Dirk Bogarde). "This has general London street scenes with buses and trolleybuses, but you can make out in. Movie typography from 'The Blue Lamp' (), directed by Basil Dearden, starring Jack Warner, Jimmy Hanley, Dirk Bogarde, Robert Flemyng, Bernard Lee . 11 Feb The Blue Lamp, made at Ealing Studios in , is in some ways a British version of The Naked City - an early example of the police.
Overview of The Blue Lamp, , directed by Basil Dearden, with Dirk Bogarde, Dora Bryan, at Turner Classic Movies. P.C. George Dixon (Warner) a long-serving traditional "copper" who is due to retire shortly, takes a new recruit, Andy Mitchell (Hanley), under his aegis. Review of the Ealing Studios film 'The Blue Lamp' from Picturegoer magazine, 18th February (MEPO 2/) Transcript THE BLUE LAMP The gunman. The Blue Lamp film noir is a British crime film released in early by Ealing Studios, directed by Basil Dearden and produced by Michael Balcon. It stars Jack .