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Pinewoodstudios Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 36 pictures in our Pinewoodstudios collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Film - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - Sally Ann Howes - Pinewood Studios Featured Print

Film - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - Sally Ann Howes - Pinewood Studios

Britain's newest film star was introduced to the world at Pinewood Studios, Iver, Buckinghamshire. She is a sleek, highly-polished, two-ton package of magical beauty named Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. She's the car that Dick Van Dyke drives in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang", the biggest musical made in England, and in this picture even steals the limelight from Sally Ann Howes, who plays the role of Miss Truly Scrumptious. The film set in Edwardian England is based on Ian Fleming's stories about a magical car, which transforms into a flying machine and hovercraft whenever her zany inventor owner gets into trouble with the comic villains. Finished in brass, copper, aluminium and with a boat-shaped body in red and white cedar, the custom-built 100 m.p.h. star looks like rivalling Genevieve, who made her debut in a film of the same name with Kenneth More and the late Kay Kendall

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Film - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - Pinewood Studios Featured Print

Film - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - Pinewood Studios

Six-year-old CARRIE BETH and her sister STANCEY, 13, steal the scene here from their brother BARRY, 16, and father DICK VAN DYKE, who watch as the girls go round the merry-go-round at Pinewood Studios. Three of the star's children thus got into one of the scene for his latest picture, Albert R.Brocolli's CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. They came to watch father film a sequence at a colourful Edwardian fun fair set up specially. They were thrilled by the roundabout and director Ken Hughes said "You can ride on it all day if you go to the wardrobe department and get into costume". So the family got their ride and got into one of the scenes for the $3.5million musical

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Film - Billion Dollar Brain - Michael Caine Featured Print

Film - Billion Dollar Brain - Michael Caine

Michael Caine, as the film's Cockney spy Harry Palmer, sits at a console of a 150, 000 Honeywell computer made at Newhouse in Scotland. It has been built at Pinewood Studios and is the basis of a remarkable set, occupying an entire soundstage, for Billion Dollar Brain, the third of Len Deighton's Harry Palmer stories to be filmed. The film is about a vast espionage network in the form of a giant computer complex giving out instructions to mercenaries throughout the world. It sees Harry Palmer attempting to counter the electronic monster and avert an atomic war

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