Plaque

Precision Film Studio

Erection date: 1/5/2017

Inscription

The Precision Film Studio, 1910 - 1915.
On this site in early 1910 the Gobbett Brothers built for the Precision Film Company Limited the first of the Walthamstow film studios. This pioneering studio was the first of its type and its design would be much emulated throughout Britain.
Waltham Forest Heritage
Waltham Forest

Plaque unveiled by actor Paul McGann.

Site: Precision Film Studio (1 memorial)

E17, Wood Street, 280, Beaulieu Court

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesof london.co.uk

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Precision Film Studio

Subjects commemorated i

David William Gobbett

Cinematographer. Younger brother of Thomas James Gobbett (1882-1915). David ...

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Thomas James Gobbett

Film director. Brother of David William Gobbett (1884-1973). Thomas James Go...

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Precision Film Studio

Founded by brothers David William and Thomas J. Gobbett, it was the first pur...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Precision Film Studio

Created by i

Waltham Forest Council

Formed in 1965 from the joining of Chingford, Leyton and Walthamstow.

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