A collection of 5 postcards to mark our 'Shooting Stars: Behind the Scenes at Ealing Studios' project and outdoor exhibition. Featuring images from Gunnersbury Park Museum's Roy Gough collection and film stills featuring Gunnersbury:
- New camera equipment and colleagues on the set of Ealing Studios classic film, ‘The Feminine Touch’ (1941), captured by stills photographer Roy Gough
Margaret Johnston captured by stills photographer Roy Gough, to promote Ealing Studios comedy ‘Touch and Go’ (1955). She poses with Heathcliff the cat, who was cast by Sir Michael Balcon because he always had his tongue out.
- Cliff Richard, Melvyn Hayes, Una Stubbs and co-stars check out the film reel of comedy musical, ‘Summer Holiday’ (1963), captured by stills photographer Roy Gough
- Sir Alec Guinness and Stanley Holloway at the gates of Gunnersbury Park, for Ealing Studios classic, ‘The Lavender Hill Mob’ (1951)
- Sir Alec Guinness and Stanley Holloway make their getaway from Gunnersbury Park Museum in the Ealing Studios classic, ‘The Lavender Hill Mob’ (1951)