Just a few of the wonderful press articles we have had…..
Vic Pratt of the BFI devotes a chapter to Fun at St Fannys – a rollicking schoolboy comedy with corny jokes galore.
Fun at St Fannys chapter in ‘The Bodies Beneath’.
Allen Eyles presents a history of Adelphi and its productions, its stars, and the struggle to digitise Stars in Your Eyes
The Veteran December 2019
The story of how this long lost film was discovered in a remote Scottish attic.
Tell-Tale Heart The Times 23-10-2018
Stanley was a director of Adelphi all his life together with his father Arthur and his brother David.
Stanley Dent obituary Independent 29-08-2012
The Crowded Day is an excellent drama about a group of shop girls in a department store, living together in a hostel. Made on location at Bourne and Hollingsworth this feature talks the real girls behind the story.
The Virgins Retreat Sunday Express 20-02-2011
A history of Adelphi, its work with the BFI and how the films are being digitised and restored.
Saga Magazine February 2011
Guillermin directed 3 films for Adelphi and produced 2 more from 1949 to 1954 before going to Hollywood to make successful blockbusters (Towering Inferno, King Kong. This is his biography.
John Gullermin – The Crowded Day, Songs of Paris, Torment/Paper Gallows
Dorothy Squires talked about her role in ‘Stars in Your Eyes’ to Ann Montini. Ann is a theatre producer and was also a variety artiste who knew Dorothy and her ex husband Sir Roger Moore well.
Read the article here.