Dance Hall

Dance Hall is a 1950 British film directed by Charles Crichton. The film was an unusual departure for Ealing Studios at the time, as it tells the story about four women and their romantic encounters from a female perspective.


The story line centres on four young female factory workers who escape the monotony of their jobs by spending their evenings at the Chiswick Palais, the local dance hall, and having problems with their boyfriends or hoping to find some.

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    contentLocation London
    director Charles Crichton
    editor Seth Holt
    genre drama
    keywords dance hall even factory worker
    musicBy Jack Parnell Reg Owen
    producer E.V.H. Emmett Michael Balcon
    productionCompany Ealing Studios
    publisher General Film Distributors