FILM : Gert & Daisy's Weekend
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Gert & Daisy's Weekend 1942 Elsie Waters, Doris Waters, Wally Patch, John Slater No locations
Director : Maclean Rogers   Production Company : Butcher's Film Service  Region : LONDON E-G

During the Second World War, Gert and Daisy volunteer to escort a group of evacuee children to the country leaving behind a London of rationing and sheltering in Tube stations.

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

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Gert & Daisy's Weekend - Gert and Daisy (Elsie and Doris Waters) head home after a visit to the fishmonger. A wartime set in this film that never ventured outside the studio.
Gert & Daisy's Weekend

gdw001. Gert and Daisy (Elsie and Doris Waters) head home after a visit to the fishmonger. A wartime set in this film that never ventured outside the studio.

Gert & Daisy's Weekend - A night spent sheltering in, supposedly, Goodge Street Underground station. A studio set with erroneous signs suggesting that the station is on the Piccadilly Line.
Gert & Daisy's Weekend

gdw002. A night spent sheltering in, supposedly, Goodge Street Underground station. A studio set with erroneous signs suggesting that the station is on the Piccadilly Line.

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