Green for Danger: Pinewood’s first post-war film

By Sarah Street Following Richard Farmer’s recent post on how the Royal Mint established a subsidiary in Pinewood during the Second World War, the story of the first film to be produced once the studio was de-requisitioned sheds light on the ingenious and resourceful ways in which production teams rose to the challenge of making films whenContinue reading “Green for Danger: Pinewood’s first post-war film”