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Film London Film Productions costs 1933-1936
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London Film Productions, founded in 1932 and headed by (Sir) Alexander Korda, was the most successful British producer of the 1930s, especially in the export market.
           
  UK release £   director star/s
The Private Life of Henry VIII 17 August 1933 93,710   Alexander Korda Charles Laughton, Robert Donat
The Rise of Catherine the Great January 1934 127,868   Paul Czinner and (uncredited) Alexander Korda Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Elizabeth Bergner, Flora Robson
The Private Life of Don Juan 26 August 1934 114,239   Alexander Korda Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Merle Oberon
The Scarlet Pimpernel 23 December 1934 143,521   Harold Young Leslie Howard, Merle Oberon, Raymond Massey
Sanders of the River 8 April 1935 149,789   Zoltan Korda Leslie Banks, Paul Robeson
Moscow Nights 22 February 1936 52,326   Anthony Asquith Harry Baur, Laurence Olivier
The Ghost Goes West 7 February 1935 156,062   René Clair Robert Donat
Things to Come 20 February 1936 241,028   William Cameron Menzies Raymond Massey, Edward Chapman, Elsa Lanchester
The Man Who Could Work Miracles 8 February 1937 133,104   Lothar Mendes Roland Young, Ralph Richardson, Edward Chapman
Rembrandt 6 November 1936 138,945   Alexander Korda Charles Laughton, Gertrude Lawrence, Elsa Lanchester, Edward Chapman
Men Are Not Gods 26 November 1936 93,765   Walter Reisch Miriam Hopkins, Gertrude Lawrence, Sebastian Shaw, Rex Harrison
Source: Evidence to the Moyne Committee, 1936, quoted in Sarah Street: Transatlantic Crossings [0076]
Release dates, director and stars added from IMDb


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