the ladykillers

The makers of British crime thriller 'Welcome To The Punch' scored a bit of casting coup. We don't mean James McAvoy or Mark
This week, BFI Palgrave MacMillan release Ealing Revisited, a new collection of essays on what is, arguably, the most iconic and best loved studio in British cinema history.
It's a tragedy that Ealing has no cinema of its own, as this is the neighbourhood of London that has created some of the most treasured British films.
Watching this again, I couldn't help wondering: is The Ladykillers Ealing's most famous film?
First there was One Man, Two Guv'nors. Then there was the National Theatre's The Comedy Of Errors. And now, after garnering