COASTAL COMMAND: THE PRODUCTION OF A MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FILM AT PINEWOOD STUDIOS, IVER HEATH, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, MARCH 1942
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A production scene from 'Coastal Command', a film made by the Crown Film Unit at the New Studios, Pinewood, at Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire. This scene features an audience awaiting the beginning of an RAF 'Gang Show' in a Hebridean Village Hall. The edge of the set is clearly visible, as is the lighting gantry at the top of picture. Members of the production crew can be seen in the left background, and in the centre background, the camera operators can be seen, executing a tracking shot along the side of the audience.