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KORDA'S THREE-IN-ONE STUDIOS
London.— Suburbia, Scotland, and Hyde Park Corner side by side is the startling sight that Greets visitors to Korda*s Shen
perton studios. Actually, they're all exterior sets built in a remote portion of this big lot. Hyde Park corner went up first for 'An Ideal Husband,' then the art department built a portion of the stone fishing village complete with a sea front where boats were moored, for 'Bonnie Prince Charlie.' Now, for a film ver sion of 'The Winslow Boy,' they've built a set representing Wimbledon street in which the Winslow family live. I
It's all very realistic except that from one window of t|»e drawing room yo« took vat on a Scotch villas*, ?»* from the other side on to Hyde Park with the lodgcfcecpert oottage in sight when yo» peril over the garden waD. Shooting on 'Winslow Boy' finishes during the week and will be celebrated by a big studio party. The end of the film means the beginning of a new adventure for new comer ? 15-year-old Neil North, who plays the title role. He's going to Switzerland this month for his first holiday out side England.