Variety (1941) - Pictures: Brit. Players Appear in Charity Picture
- magazine article: Pictures: Brit. Players Appear in Charity Picture
- journal: Variety (28/May/1941)
- issue: volume 142, issue 12, page 7
- journal ISSN: 0042-2738
- publisher: Penske Business Media
- keywords: Alfred Hitchcock, Anna Neagle, C. Aubrey Smith, Cedric Hardwicke, Dame May Whitty, Forever and a Day (1943), Frank Lloyd, Ray Milland, Victor Saville
- Apparently Hitchcock wasn't able to direct his segment and René Clair took over.
BRIT. PLAYERS APPEAR IN CHARITY PICTURE
Hollywood, May 27.
Most of the British film players in town are doing parts in "This Changing World," a historical war relief film which went into production at the RKO-Pathe studio with Sir Cedric Hardwicke as producer and Herbert Wilcox as the first of five directors. Later pilots will be Alfred Hitchcock, Victor Saville, Edmund Goulding and Frank Lloyd.
Players, working for charity between pictures, consist thus far of Anna Neagle, Ray Milland, C. Aubrey Smith, Dame May Whitty, Claude Allister and Allen Edmiston. So far Charles Chaplin hasn't volunteered.
Picture deals with the history of London.