A unique E.J. Fancy triple bill. Those familiar with the work of Edwin John Fancey (1902-1980) will know that EJ could take some free stock footage, use up and coming young talent at "commercial" rates like Michael Winner, The Goons and promote his daughter Adrienne Scott's acting talents then craft together a short featurette that qualified in the cinemas for the "Eady" money. None of the films will ever be recorded as greats but are testament to EJ's ability to produce a low budget film that is a part of British film history.
London Entertains (1951) Documentary Tour conducted by Eamonn Andrews around the Battersea Festival to a BBC Studio to hear The Goons of radio fame, a night club and to the Windmill Theatre. Many of Britain's 'new' post-war radio favourites pop in and out of this undisciplined documentary featuring two girls from Finishing School (Christina Forrest, Pamela Bygrave) who start an escort agency in London.
Climb Up the Wall (1960) Musical and variety show introduced by Jack Jackson.
Calling All Cars (1954) Comedy documentary, pivoting on the Dover Harbour Car terminal.