FILM : First of the Few, The
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First of the Few, The 1942 Leslie Howard, David Niven Cornwall, Dorset
Director : Leslie Howard   Production Company : British Aviation Pictures  Region : SOUTH WEST

An aircraft feels he has achieved all he wants with his revolutionary mono-planes but a holiday in Germany shortly after Hitler assumes power convinces him that it is vital to design a completely new type of fighter plane.

Screen shots uploaded by Phil Wilkinson from source material provided by John Tunstill.

Also known as 'Spitfire' (US Title)

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The First Of The Few [DVD]

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First of the Few, The - A Squadron Leader (Peter Howard-Williams) at the fictional Seafield airfield. RAF Ibsley, north of Christchurch in Dorset. Information from the South-Central-Media website.
First of the Few, The

firfe001. A Squadron Leader (Peter Howard-Williams) at the fictional Seafield airfield. RAF Ibsley, north of Christchurch in Dorset. Information from the South-Central-Media website.

First of the Few, The - Squadron Leader Geoffrey Crisp (David Niven) speaks with an injured Pilot Officer (T.W. Gillen). No scenery, just a shot to show one of the stars.
First of the Few, The

firfe002. Squadron Leader Geoffrey Crisp (David Niven) speaks with an injured Pilot Officer (T.W. Gillen). No scenery, just a shot to show one of the stars.

First of the Few, The - In flashback to the 1920's, Geoffrey Crisp arrives at the home of R.J. Mitchell (Leslie Howard) and his wife Diana (Rosamund John). An obvious matted studio set which, judging by the house and echo from the actors voices, went on to be used in The Woodentops!
First of the Few, The

firfe003. In flashback to the 1920's, Geoffrey Crisp arrives at the home of R.J. Mitchell (Leslie Howard) and his wife Diana (Rosamund John). An obvious matted studio set which, judging by the house and echo from the actors voices, went on to be used in The Woodentops!

First of the Few, The - And finally, a stock or second unit shot of the Houses of Parliament.
First of the Few, The

firfe004. And finally, a stock or second unit shot of the Houses of Parliament.

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