Each For All - Trade Unions



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Still from 'Each For All'
'The factories of Britain have a Trade Union to represent the workers who elect one of themselves as their shop steward to speak on their behalf in the workshop as well as round the National conference table. Mistakes or grievances in shop or department can, as a rule, speedily be righted by brief discussion between Management and the workers’ representative. The film shows a meeting of the Trade Union Congress which represents every kind of Trade Union in Great Britain.' [1]

Date: 1945
Duration: 10:15

Director: Montgomery Tully
Production Company: Verity Films
Producer: -
Cinematographer: Ray Elton
Composer: William Alwyn
Narration: John Slater
Editor: George Fisher (Possibly )
Sound Recording: -
Written by: Reg Groves

Length: 35mm: 963ft. 16mm: 394ft.

'Western Electric recording at Merton Park Studios'

'In Association with the Film Producers Guild'

Notes:

Actor John Slater, who narrates and plays the worker in this title, also appears in Julius Caesar as a member of the mob.
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  1. ^ Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1946