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The Blue Lamp (1950) was a Action - Crime Film directed by Basil Dearden and produced by Michael Balcon and Michael Relph.

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The Blue Lamp (1950)

By Beatrice on Jul 10, 2015 From Flickers in Time

The Blue Lamp Directed by Basil Dearden Written by T.E.B. Clarke and Alexander Makendrick, original treatment by Jan Read and Ted Willis 1950/UK Ealing Studios First viewing/Amazon Instant Spud: Yeah. What starts out as a rather wholesome police procedural turns into?a gritty thriller and fine chara... Read full article

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The original Blue Lamp was transferred to the new Paddington Green Police Station and stands there today. It has recently been restored.
Writer T.E.B. Clarke used to be a policeman.
The first film to use the word "bastard" in its dialogue.
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