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Images Dated 21st March 2018

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Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Chaos on the tracks

Chaos on the tracks
A scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt during the finale of the Ealing comedy

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Titfield Thunderbolt UK quad artwork

Titfield Thunderbolt UK quad artwork
designed by Edward Bawden (1903-1989)

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Hayley Mills as Ellie Thomsen

Hayley Mills as Ellie Thomsen
Mills was dressed for Endless Night (1972) by John Furniss who was nominated for an Oscar in 1974 for Daisy Miller and for a Bafta in 1971 for The Go-Between

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: The Titfield Thunderbolt pressbook

The Titfield Thunderbolt pressbook
the cover for the exhibitors campaign book to promote the release of the Ealing comedy in 1953

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Stanley Holloway as Mr Valentine

Stanley Holloway as Mr Valentine
with a glass in his hand at the window of the buffet car

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: A group scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt

A group scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt
taken on the platform of Mallingford station

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Edie Martin and George Relph

Edie Martin and George Relph
as Emily and the vicar in The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: George Relph and John Gregson

George Relph and John Gregson
smile in a scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Sid James as Hawkins

Sid James as Hawkins
in Charles Crichtons The Titfield Thunderbolt, in the background is the steam engine The Lion that was used to impersonate the Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Blakeworth enjoys a drink on the Thunderbolt

Blakeworth enjoys a drink on the Thunderbolt
Naunton Wayne Stanley Holloway and Gabrielle Brune in The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: The thunderbolt

The thunderbolt
the engine used for the classic Ealing comedy was in fact named The Lion

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: The bishop and Vicar struggle with the Thunderbolt

The bishop and Vicar struggle with the Thunderbolt
Godfrey Tearle and George Relph in The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: John Gregson as Gordon

John Gregson as Gordon
in a smiling portrait taken on location for The Titfield Thunderbolt the first Ealing Comedy in colour

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Stanley Holloway as Mr Valentine

Stanley Holloway as Mr Valentine
a smiling portrait of the actor in character for The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: A star and amongst the children

A star and amongst the children
John Gregson with young fans on the set of The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Hywel Bennett as Michael

Hywel Bennett as Michael
in a portrait taken for the release of Sidney Gilliats Endless Night (1972)

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Naunton Wayne as Blakeworth

Naunton Wayne as Blakeworth
enters the rail station

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Hugh Griffith and Edie Martin

Hugh Griffith and Edie Martin
as Dan and Emily in Charles Crichtons Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: George Relph, John Gregson and Naunton Wayne

George Relph, John Gregson and Naunton Wayne
in a moment from Charles Crichtons The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: A scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt

A scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt
the Titfield residents try to save the day pushing the stricken train

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: John Gregson (1919-1975) as Gordon

John Gregson (1919-1975) as Gordon
in a portrait taken on location during the filming of The Titfield Thundrbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: The thunderbolt crashes through a fence in the countryside

The thunderbolt crashes through a fence in the countryside
in a scene from the classic Ealing Comedy

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Charles Crichton filming The Titfield Thunderbolt

Charles Crichton filming The Titfield Thunderbolt
with lighting and grips on location in 1952

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Douglas Slocombe and Gabrielle Brune

Douglas Slocombe and Gabrielle Brune
and other crew members outside a makeshift viewing theatre on location for the Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Naunton Wayne and Hugh Griffith smiling on set

Naunton Wayne and Hugh Griffith smiling on set
during the filming of The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: John Gregson in The Titfield Thunderbolt

John Gregson in The Titfield Thunderbolt
in a fight scene with the villains of the piece Crump and Pearce

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Gabrielle Brune, John Gregson, George Relph and Edie Martin

Gabrielle Brune, John Gregson, George Relph and Edie Martin
Studiocanal TITFIELD THUNDERBOLT (1953)

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: The Thunderbolt thunders through Titfield

The Thunderbolt thunders through Titfield
in a scene from the classic Ealing Comedy

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: John Gregson and Jack MacGowran

John Gregson and Jack MacGowran
As Gordon and Crump in The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: George Relph and John Gregson

George Relph and John Gregson
as The Vicar and Gordon in The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: A scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt

A scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt
Stanley Holloway and Hugh Criffith smile in a scene from the Charles Crichtons comedy

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: A scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt

A scene from The Titfield Thunderbolt
Stanley Holloway and Hugh Criffith smile in a scene from the Charles Crichtons comedy

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: A colour lobby card for The Titfield Thunderbolt

A colour lobby card for The Titfield Thunderbolt
train station scene

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: John Gregson in The Titfield Thunderbolt

John Gregson in The Titfield Thunderbolt
in a scene with Michael Trubshawe as Ruddock

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: John Gregson (1919-1975) as Gordon

John Gregson (1919-1975) as Gordon
in The Titfield Thunderbolt. The accurate wardrobe to represent the whole community was curated by Anthony Mendleson who went on to become a BAFTA winner and Oscar nominated costume designer

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Hugh Griffith

Hugh Griffith
with cap and pipe in a portrait for the Titfield thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Herbert C Walton (1880-1955)

Herbert C Walton (1880-1955)
who played Seth in The Titfield Thunderbolt in the classic Ealing comedy directed by Charles Crichton

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Stanley Holloway

Stanley Holloway
as Valentine in Charles Crichtons Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Jack MacGowran (1918 - 1973)

Jack MacGowran (1918 - 1973)
in character as Vernon Crump in The titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Jack MacGowran

Jack MacGowran
as Crump

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Hugh Griffith with pipe

Hugh Griffith with pipe
in a portrait for The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: George Relph laughs

George Relph laughs
as the vicar in The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: A wry smile from George Relph

A wry smile from George Relph
as the vicar in The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: John Gregson

John Gregson
with a broad smile in a portrait for The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Gabrielle Brune (1912-2005)

Gabrielle Brune (1912-2005)
who played Joan in Charles Crichtons The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: A smiling Grabrielle Brune

A smiling Grabrielle Brune
as Joan in the Ealing comedy classic The Titfield Thunderbolt

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: The Thunderbolt is stolen

The Thunderbolt is stolen
A scene from the Charles Crichtons Ealing comedy

Background imageImages Dated 21st March 2018: Pushing the thunderbolt

Pushing the thunderbolt
The Titfield residents push their local train in a scene from the classic Ealing Comedy



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