The New Pictures, Jan. 7, 1946

Challenge to Hollywood (MARCH OF TIME) is a look at Britain's new film industry and a brief examination of the economic reasons why England is attempting to rival Hollywood for both British and U.S. markets. As Robert John Graham Boothby, Conservative Member of Parliament, puts it: "If I have to choose between Bogart and bacon, I am afraid that the decision must, for the time being, be in favor of bacon."

In reviewing British films for the past decade, the picture takes retrospective glances at scenes from such pictures as The Scarlet Pimpernel and...

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