TV Cream

Independent Producers


Productive outfit operating mainly out of New Elstree Studios under the aegis of brothers Edward and Henry Lee Danziger who during the ’50s and early ’60s turned out hundreds of TV programmes (Man from Interpol, one-armed detective Mark Saber etc.) and dozens of films – on the good side, semi-classy Brian Clemens Poe adaptation The Tell-Tale Heart, and, er, interesting Chistopher Lee schizo melodrama Alias John Preston. On the less good side, a range of nudie cuties, and a bizarre obsession with polygamy (Babes in Bagdad, Three Spare Wives, Part-Time Wife, Two Wives at One Wedding etc.)

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