London Tales

London Tales
London Tales

Year

1958

Duration

214 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Short Films

Language

English

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Three classic capers from the Children’s Film Foundation* gives us a child’s eye view of London from the late 1950s to 1970s. Although the city and fashions change the stories share some timeless features - expect gangs of cheeky but well-meaning kids rushing across London to get themselves out of trouble and foil the plans of nefarious adults. As well as easy to follow, fun stories these films offer todays young audiences a fascinating glimpse of the country and childhood in the recent past. The disc contains: The Salvage Gang (1958, 50 mins), Operation Third Form (1966, 56mins), Night Ferry (1976, 58mins). * The Children’s Film Foundation was set up in 1951 to produce content specifically for young people. More information: http://www.cftf.org.uk/

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