In 1942, 12-year-old Colin was given a private key to Britain's most glamorous film studio: Denham, originally built by Alexander Korda , and acquired in 1939 by J
Arthur Rank. Throughout the war, and until it closed in the 50s, Denham attracted the elite of British film-making talent, producing such screen classics as Brief
Encounter, This Happy Breed, Henry V, Hamlet and Great Expectations.
Today Colin Sorenson , now Curator at the Museum of London, revisits the site of his childhood Camelot.
Producer Chris Mohr. Stereo
Contributors Unknown: Alexander Korda
Unknown: Arthur Rank.
Unknown: Colin Sorenson
Producer: Chris Mohr.