Cinema: Movies in Britain

After seven months of all-out war, Britons last week were still ready to pay their shillings to see some more—on the screen. With the lengthening days of spring, the British cinema industry made plans to occupy all available studio space (now sufficient to handle nine productions at once). On the docket were films on the R.A.F., the perils of the convoys, the Fleet Air Arm, the African campaign, and, of course, the life of Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Plans. The R.A.F. film will be a biography of the late R. J. Mitchell, creator of the snappy little Spitfire fighter planes. Titled from...

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