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BRYANSTON FILMS

Formed by Michael Balcon from the ashes of Ealing Studios in ’57, this agglomeration of independent filmmakers had a run of successes in the early ’60s such as Saturday Night and Sunday Morning and The Battle of the Sexes. American-oriented post-Suez African boy adventure Sammy Going South was a major flop, despite the presence of Edward G ‘This better be about pizza’ Robinson and Harry H Corbett, and the company wheezed its last in the ’70s as distributor for such esoteric fare as Dark Star and, er, Deep Throat II.

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