Lights O'London - Electric Lamp Manufacture



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Still from "Lights O'London'
'The film commences with scenes of London at night. Theatres, cinemas, restaurants–flashing signs and neon advertisements–make West End night-life gay with colour and light.
The making of electric bulbs, the key to this brilliance, is then clearly described, and machines of uncanny skill are seen at work.' [1]

Date: 1939
Duration: 06:31

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Length: 35mm: 620ft. 16mm:250ft.

'Made in co-operation with the British Thomson-Houston Co. England.'

Notes:

This film has a title card and acknowledgement, but no credits.

This film has no spoken soundtrack, merely a musical one.
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  1. ^ Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1940