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To Paris with Love (1955) ... Production Company
One Good Turn (1955) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities Film)
The Purple Plain (1954) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities Film)
Trouble in Store (1953) ... Production Company
Personal Affair (1953) ... Production Company
The Net (1953) ... Production Company
Encore (1951) ... Production Company
Highly Dangerous (1950) ... Production Company
Prelude to Fame (1950) ... Production Company
The Reluctant Widow (1950) ... Production Company
They Were Not Divided (1950) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities
Film) (as Two Cities Films Ltd. also)
The Rocking Horse Winner (1949) ... Production Company
The Chiltern Hundreds (1949) ... Production Company
Madness of the Heart (1949) ... Production Company
Trottie True (1949) ... Production Company
Adam and Evelyne (1949) ... Production Company
The Perfect Woman (1949) ... Production Company
Cardboard Cavalier (1949) ... Production Company
The History of Mr. Polly (1949) ... Production Company (as Two Cities
Films Ltd.) (as A Two Cities Film also)
It's Hard to Be Good (1948) ... Production Company
Woman Hater (1948) ... Production Company
Sleeping Car to Trieste (1948) ... Production Company
Mr. Perrin and Mr. Traill (1948) ... Production Company
The Weaker Sex (1948) ... Production Company
Hamlet (1948) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities Film)
One Night with You (1948) ... Production Company
Vice Versa (1948) ... Production Company
The Mark of Cain (1947) ... Production Company
Uncle Silas (1947) ... Production Company
Fame Is the Spur (1947) ... Production Company
The October Man (1947) ... Production Company
Odd Man Out (1947) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities Film)
Hungry Hill (1947) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities Film) (as
Two Cities Films Ltd. also)
Carnival (1946) ... Production Company
School for Secrets (1946) ... Production Company
Men of Two Worlds (1946) ... Production Company
Beware of Pity (1946) ... Production Company
The Way We Live (1946) ... Production Company
The Way to the Stars (1945) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities
Film)
Blithe Spirit (1945) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities Film)
The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fift with His Battell Fought at
Agincourt in France (1944) ... Production Company (A Laurence Olivier
Production)
Don't Take It to Heart! (1944) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities
Film)
Mr. Emmanuel (1944) ... Production Company
English Without Tears (1944) ... Production Company (as a Prestige
Production)
The Way Ahead (1944) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities Film)
Tawny Pipit (1944) ... Production Company (as a Prestige Production)
This Happy Breed (1944) ... Production Company (as a Prestige
Production)
Out of Chaos (1944) ... Production Company
The Lamp Still Burns (1943) ... Production Company
The Demi-Paradise (1943) ... Production Company
The Flemish Farm (1943) ... Production Company
It's Just the Way It Is (1943) ... Production Company
The Gentle Sex (1943) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities
Concanen Film)
In Which We Serve (1942) ... Production Company (as A Two Cities
Film)
Unpublished Story (1942) ... Production Company
Freedom Radio (1941) ... Production Company (presents) (as A Two
Cities Production)
Spy for a Day (1940) ... Production Company
French Without Tears (1940) ... Production Company
13 Men and a Gun (1938) ... Production Company
Its first significant film was French Without Tears (d. Anthony Asquith,
1939), produced by Mario Zampi, but the company is most closely
associated with 'the golden age of British cinema' - the 1940s - and with
big-budget 'prestige' picture-making for the Rank Organisation.

The flamboyant driving force of the company was the Italian-born
Filippo Del Giudice and, despite his brief internment during the war
along with Zampi, Two Cities produced a number of 'quintessentially
English' film classics including the most popular British film from the
wartime period -
In Which We Serve (d. Noël Coward/David Lean,
1942). Other Two Cities films such as
This Happy Breed (d. Lean,
1944),
The Way Ahead (d. Carol Reed, 1944) Henry V (d. Laurence
Olivier, 1944), and
The Way to the Stars (d. Asquith, 1945) form the
backbone of the quality cinema much favoured by critics of the day and
contributed significantly to the high critical reputation acquired by the
British cinema of the time.

In the mid '40s Two Cities became part of the Rank Organisation
producing key films such as
Odd Man Out (d. Reed, 1947) and Hamlet
(d. Olivier, 1947) towards the end of the decade.

The name is now owned by Gregory Motton
Robert Newton and Celia
Johnson in This Happy Breed by
Noel Cowerd and David Lean
Two Cities Films - a British film production company, was formed in
1937, it was originally envisaged as operating in the two cities of London
and Rome which gave the company its name.
In Which We Serve, with director
writer and actor Noel Cowerd
The Way Ahead -(Dir. Carol
Reed)
Posters for The Odd Man Out
(Dir Carol Reed) with Robert
Newton and James Mason.