POETS CORNER AT WESTMINSTER ABBEY, LONDON, ENGLAND, JANUARY 1941
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Director Humphrey Jennings (left) stretches up to touch a piece of sculpture in Poets' Corner, as he suggests a shot for Camera Operator Chick Fowle of the Crown Film Unit, probably during the filming of 'Words For Battle' in Westminster Abbey, 1941.
Director Humphrey Jennings stretches to touch a piece of sculpture in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey, as he suggests a shot for camera operator Chick Fowle of the Crown Film Unit in January 1941.