Shadows Of Progress - Documentary Film In Post-war Britain...

15/11/2010
  |  Buy to Own: 15/11/2010
  |  828 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC

Synopsis

A collection of post-war documentaries offering a revealing portrait of Britain's social, cultural and industrial development throughout the 1950s, '60s and '70s. The films comprise: 'David' (1951), 'To Be a Woman' (1951), 'The Island' (1952), 'The Elephant Will Never Forget' (1953), 'Sunday By the Sea' (1953), 'Henry' (1955), 'Foot and Mouth' (1955), 'Birthright' (1958), 'They Took Us to the Sea' (1961), 'Faces of Harlow' (1964), 'Thursday's Child' (1954), 'There Was a Door' (1957), 'People Apart' (1957), 'Return to Life' (1960), 'Four People' (1962), 'A Time to Heal' (1963), 'Time Out of Mind' (1968), 'Three Installations' (1952), 'The Film That Never Was' (1957), 'Stone Into Steel' (1960), 'From First to Last' (1962), 'People, Productivity and Change' (1963), 'Shellarama' (1965), 'Picture to Post' (1969), 'The Shadow of Progress' (1970), 'Today in Britain' (1964), 'I Think They Call Him John' (1964), 'Portrait of a Queen' (1964), 'Education for the Future' (1967), 'Tomorrow's Merseysiders' (1974), 'Time of Terror' (1975) and 'The Shetland Experience' (1977).

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