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There'll Always Be an England

There'll Always Be an England(1945)

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Cast & Crew

Tom Roddy Narrator
Harry Rose Cinematographer
Arthur Alcott Producer
Peer Productions Production Company
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1945 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Production Co:  Peer Productions .....Production Company, Imperial Sound Studios .....Recording
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  • There'll always be an England

    John Neate 2012-09-15

    Absolutely Brilliant.I saw this film for the first time last night.I certainly wish that it was available in some format to the public.Rule Britannia !! MORE>

  • England as some of us wish to remember her.

    John Lodge 2008-03-11

    As a window into an England long gone - and sorely missed by some - this short film is a treasure. A documentary in the purest sense, with no speech to... MORE>