Cathedrals of England - The Architectural History of England's Cathedrals



'The first buildings in England were the Saxon churches. These were followed by the Norman cathedrals with pointed instead of rounded arches. The 13th and 14th century Gothic cathedrals are among the most famous in England. To-day – at Liverpool, and in Westminster, London – two cathedrals are being built to carry on the great tradition.' [1]

Date: 1937
Duration: 10:--

A silent film.
Director: Marion Grierson
Production Company: TIDA
Producer: -
Cinematographer: -
Composer: -
Narration:-
Editor: -
Sound Recording: -

Length: 35mm: -ft. 16mm:-ft.

Distributor: -

Notes:

A silent counterpart to For All Eternity.

Credits listed here are taken from the British Film Library Catalogue, Vol.2, Non-Fiction Film 1888-1994 (2001 Edition), page 280, ref: 07205.
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  1. ^ Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1939