Most Popular Titles With Location Matching "Highbury Studios, Highbury, London, England, UK"
2. A Song for Tomorrow (1948)
62 min | Drama, Romance
Derek Wardell is struck with amnesia, and the last thing he remembers is the beautiful voice of the opera singer Helen Maxwell. When he regains consciousness, Wardell thinks that he's in love with her.
5. To the Public Danger (1948)
43 min | Short, Drama
Four people with very different backgrounds meet by chance at an English pub and gradually become carried away in an alcohol-lubricated bout of thrill-seeking (so far as that was possible ... See full summary »
7. Law and Disorder (1940)
74 min | Comedy, Crime, Thriller
On the eve of WWII a young defence lawyer, assisted by his wife, invaigles his way into a gang of foreign saboteurs. Comedy thriller, ably executed by a satisfactory cast.
12. Trouble in the Air (1948)
55 min | Comedy
A radio commentator is sent to a village to broadcast a bell-ringing team. Meanwhile a property speculator tries to buy a plot of land for less than it is worth.
13. The Missing People (1939)
69 min | Mystery
J.G. Reeder, an elderly gentleman who fancies himself a detective, decides to investigate the strange disappearance of 27 well-to-do people, who all vanished under similar circumstances.
16. Love in Waiting (1948)
60 min | Comedy, Romance
Set in England, post-World War III; three young women attempt to balance their waitress jobs and their respective love-lives whilst their employer's restaurant - and all the waitresses - is... See full summary »
18. Midnight at the Wax Museum (1936)
62 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Explorer Sir Clive bets that he can spend the night alone in Madame Tussauds Chamber of Horrors. Meanwhile, crooks hope to exploit his ward, Carol, for her fortune.
19. The Penny Pool (1937)
85 min | Comedy
A young factory worker is fired for filling out her pools form at work. Discarding the ticket before she can sign her name, it falls into someone else's hands - and wins big.
ITV Television Playhouse (1955–1967)
The time is 1940. In the harbour of Quay South, a derelict sea-port on the north-eastern coast of England, lies a blockship, the "Ebb Tide". Captain Thwaite, her skipper, lives in the local... See full summary »