So after last months overwhelming turnout for Foreign Chops, this month is a bit more subdued. Still, it’s a nice turnout of some classic films from one of the great British film houses in cinematic history.
While Ealing Studios has returned, producing such films as Shaun of the Dead, the classic period of the studio was from 1930 through 1959. After some time, particularly in the 1950s, the studio specialized in comedies, like many of the films listed below.
Foreign Chops posts on the first Thursday of every month. We’ll have a brand new category of film for you in August, so stay tuned. Until then, enjoy this new edition of Foreign Chops after the jump.
Ealing Studios in Australia
The Far Paradise
The Lavender Hill Mob
The Film Vituperatum
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