Place    From 1910  To 1915

Precision Film Studio

Categories: Cinema

Founded by brothers David William and Thomas J. Gobbett, it was the first purpose-built film studio in Walthamstow. It produced few notable films, but one, 'Anarchy in England' retold the story (using actual locations) of the Tottenham Outrage

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Precision Film Studio

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