TV Cream

Independent Producers


Solid ’50s company that churned out basic, no-frills thrillers (most famous of which is probably Tiger Bay), the odd comedy like Hardy Kruger’s Kraut-at-Cambridge wryness Bachelor of Hearts and the all-star PoW camp pastiche Very Important Person, efficient horrors like the Peter Wyngarde-starring collegiate witchcraft shocker Night of the Eagle, and effects-free sci-fi Unearthly Stranger. Terence Alexander, Gordon Jackson, Geoffrey Keen and Dermot Kelly were all regulars on their books. Most notable work – This Sporting Life, in partnership with Rank. Then came the inevitable move into telly, producing classy Herbert Lom psycho-thriller series The Human Jungle.

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