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British "Quota" Movies Collection

Forgotten British Classics from the 40s and 50s made by Adelphi Films and featuring early appearances from the stars of the era.

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Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Press Book for Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Press Book for Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)
David Tomlinson Diana Dors Bonar Colleano Diana Decker Sid James

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Poster for Robert Jordan Hills Bless Em All (1948)

Poster for Robert Jordan Hills Bless Em All (1948)
Hal Monty Max Bygraves Sybil Amiel Les Ritchie Stan White Pat Linova

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Wilson, Keppel & Betty in Horace Shepherds A Ray of Sunshine (1950)

Wilson, Keppel & Betty in Horace Shepherds A Ray of Sunshine (1950)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Vera Day and Patricia Plukett in John Guillermans The Crowded Day (1954)

Vera Day and Patricia Plukett in John Guillermans The Crowded Day (1954)
Vera Day and Patricia Plukett

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Cast & Crew of John Guillermins Torment (1949)

Cast & Crew of John Guillermins Torment (1949)
John Guillermins Torment (1949)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Poster for Robert Jordan Hills Melody In The Dark (1949)

Poster for Robert Jordan Hills Melody In The Dark (1949)
" The New Look Comedian With The Rubber Neck!" Ben Wrigley Eunice Gayson Dawn Leslie Dick Thorpe Ida Patlanski Lionel Newbold Marion Saunders Alan Dean

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Dawn Lesley in Robert Jordan Hills Melody in the Dark (1949)

Dawn Lesley in Robert Jordan Hills Melody in the Dark (1949)
Dawn Lesley in Melody in the Dark (1949)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Roberta and her Feathered Friends in Horace Shepherds A Ray of Sunshine (1950)

Roberta and her Feathered Friends in Horace Shepherds A Ray of Sunshine (1950)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Joan Rice and John Gregson in John Guilleramans The Crowded Day (1954)

Joan Rice and John Gregson in John Guilleramans The Crowded Day (1954)
Joan Rice and John Gregson

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Patricia Plunkett, Vera Day, Freda Jackson and Dora Bryan in John Guillermans The Crowded Day (1954)

Patricia Plunkett, Vera Day, Freda Jackson and Dora Bryan in John Guillermans The Crowded Day (1954)
Patricia Plunkett, Vera Day, Freda Jackson and Dora Bryan

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Exhibitors Campaign Book Cover for Leslie Arliss Miss Tulip Stays The Night (1955)

Exhibitors Campaign Book Cover for Leslie Arliss Miss Tulip Stays The Night (1955)
" A Spine Tingling Comedy Thriller" Dynamic Diana Dors Patrick Holt Jack Hulbert Cicely Courtneidge AE Matthews Joss Ambler Pat Terry-Thomas George Roderick Patrick Oulton

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Poster for Maurice Elveys Fun At St Fannys (1955)

Poster for Maurice Elveys Fun At St Fannys (1955)
Cardew " The Cad" Robinson Fred Emney Vera Day Johnny Brandon Davy Kaye Freddie Mills

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Anne Vernon, Mischa Auer and Dennis Price in John Guillermins Song of Paris (1952)

Anne Vernon, Mischa Auer and Dennis Price in John Guillermins Song of Paris (1952)
Anne Vernon, Mischa Auer and Dennis Price

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Anne Vernon in John Guillermins Song of Paris (1952)

Anne Vernon in John Guillermins Song of Paris (1952)
Anne Vernon

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Poster for John Guillermins Song of Paris (1952)

Poster for John Guillermins Song of Paris (1952)
Denis Price Anne Vernon Mischa Auer Hermione Baddeley AKA Bachelor in/of Paris, Clementine

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Sid James and Audrey Freeman in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Sid James and Audrey Freeman in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)
Sid James and Audrey Freeman

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Diana Dors and David Tomlinson in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necesary (1953)

Diana Dors and David Tomlinson in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necesary (1953)
Diana Dors and David Tomlinson

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Jack Jackson in Maurice Elveys Stars in Your Eyes (1956)

Jack Jackson in Maurice Elveys Stars in Your Eyes (1956)
Stars in Your Eyes (1956)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Nat Jackley and Jack Jackson in Maurice Elveys Stars in Your Eyes (1956)

Nat Jackley and Jack Jackson in Maurice Elveys Stars in Your Eyes (1956)
Stars in Your Eyes (1956)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Nat Jackley in Maurice Elveys Stars in Your Eyes (1956)

Nat Jackley in Maurice Elveys Stars in Your Eyes (1956)
Stars in Your Eyes (1956)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Bonar Colleano, Pat Kirkwood and Nat Jackley in Maurice Elveys Stars in Your Eyes (1956)

Bonar Colleano, Pat Kirkwood and Nat Jackley in Maurice Elveys Stars in Your Eyes (1956)
Stars in Your Eyes (1956)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: John Bentley in John Guillermins Torment (1949)

John Bentley in John Guillermins Torment (1949)
John Guillermins Torment (1949)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Rona Anderson and John Bentley in John Guillermins Torment (1949)

Rona Anderson and John Bentley in John Guillermins Torment (1949)
John Guillermins Torment (1949)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Dermot Walsh and John Bentley in John Guillermins Torment (1949)

Dermot Walsh and John Bentley in John Guillermins Torment (1949)
John Guillermins Torment (1949)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: John Bentley and Rona Anderson in John Guillermins Torment (1949)

John Bentley and Rona Anderson in John Guillermins Torment (1949)
John Guillermins Torment (1950) - John Bentley as Jim Brandon and Rona Anderson as Joan. A story of two brothers, both writers of crime novels, one a fine, upstanding gentleman and the other a moody

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: John Bentley and Rona Anderson in John Guillermins Torment (1949)

John Bentley and Rona Anderson in John Guillermins Torment (1949)
John Guillermins Torment (1949)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Betty (Wilson, Keppel & Betty) in Horace Shepherds A Ray of Sunshine

Betty (Wilson, Keppel & Betty) in Horace Shepherds A Ray of Sunshine
" Betty" (Wilson, Keppel & Betty) in Horace Shepherds A Ray of Sunshine (1950)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Patricia Plunkett and Joan Rice in John Guillermins The Crowded Day (1954)

Patricia Plunkett and Joan Rice in John Guillermins The Crowded Day (1954)
Patricia Plunkett and Joan Rice in The Crowded Day (1954) AKA SHOP SOIILED AKA TOMORROW IS SUNDAY

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Bonar Colleano and Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary

Bonar Colleano and Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Sid James and Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Sid James and Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Diana Decker and Bonar Colleano in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary

Diana Decker and Bonar Colleano in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: David Tomlinson and Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary

David Tomlinson and Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Diana Dors and Bonar Colleano in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary

Diana Dors and Bonar Colleano in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers in Alan Cullimores Lets Go Crazy (1951)

Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers in Alan Cullimores Lets Go Crazy (1951)
Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers in Alan J Cullimores Lets Go Crazy (1951)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Francis Langfords Singing Scholars in Maurice Elveys Fun at St Fanny s

Francis Langfords Singing Scholars in Maurice Elveys Fun at St Fanny s
Francis Langfords Singing Scholars in Maurice Elveys Fun at St Fannys (1954)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Olive Sloane, Diana Dors, and Alan Sedgwick in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)

Olive Sloane, Diana Dors, and Alan Sedgwick in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)
Olive Sloane, Diana Dors, and Alan Sedgwick in My Wifes Lodger (1952)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Harry Secombe and Paddy O Neil in Tony Youngs Penny Points to Paradise (1951)

Harry Secombe and Paddy O Neil in Tony Youngs Penny Points to Paradise (1951)
Harry Secombe and Paddy O Neil in Penny Points to Paradise (1951) AKA DOUBLE OR QUITS

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Diana Decker in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)

Diana Decker in Maurice Elveys Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)
Diana Decker Portrait

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Terence Alexander and Sylvia Welling in Walter C Mycrofts Comin Thro the Rye (1947)

Terence Alexander and Sylvia Welling in Walter C Mycrofts Comin Thro the Rye (1947)
Terence Alexander and Sylvia Welling The Story of Robert Burns AKA COMING THROUGH THE RYE

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Freddie Mills and Davy Kaye in Maurice Elveys Fun at St Fannys (1955)

Freddie Mills and Davy Kaye in Maurice Elveys Fun at St Fannys (1955)
Freddie Mills and Davy Kaye

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys The Great Game (1953)

Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys The Great Game (1953)
Diana Dors in The Great Game (1953)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Diana Dors and Alan Sedgwick in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)

Diana Dors and Alan Sedgwick in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)
Diana Dors and Alan Sedgwick in My Wifes Lodger (1952)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)

Diana Dors in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)
Diana Dors in My Wifes Lodger (1952)

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Alan Sedgwick, Wally Patch, and Leslie Dwyer in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)

Alan Sedgwick, Wally Patch, and Leslie Dwyer in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)
Alan Sedgwick, Wally Patch, and Leslie Dwyer

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Dominic Roche, Olive Sloane, Leslie Dwyer, and Alan Sedgwick in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger

Dominic Roche, Olive Sloane, Leslie Dwyer, and Alan Sedgwick in Maurice Elveys My Wifes Lodger (1952)
Dominic Roche, Olive Sloane, Leslie Dwyer, and Alan Sedgwick

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Diana Dors in Leslie Arliss Miss Tulip Stays the Night (1955)

Diana Dors in Leslie Arliss Miss Tulip Stays the Night (1955)
Diana Dors

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Cicely Courtneidge and Diana Dors in Leslie Arliss Miss Tulip Stays The Night (1955)

Cicely Courtneidge and Diana Dors in Leslie Arliss Miss Tulip Stays The Night (1955)
Cicely Courtneidge and Diana Dors

Background imageBritish "Quota" Movies Collection: Vicky Page and Hazel Jennings in Tony Youngs Penny Points to Paradise (1951)

Vicky Page and Hazel Jennings in Tony Youngs Penny Points to Paradise (1951)
Vicky Page and Hazel Jennings



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