The Highbury Studios were a British film studio located in Highbury, North London which operated from 1937 until 1956. The studios were constructed by the producer Maurice J. Wilson. During its early years the studio was hired out to independent production companies.
Following the Second World War, Highbury was acquired by the Rank Organisation which used it to make low-budget second features featuring the company's rising actors. The studio was run by the producer John Croydon, who had previously worked at Ealing. Its aim was to make 50 minute "curtain raisers" for Rank's features. John Croydon was head of production. It frequently used members of Rank's Company of Youth.
- A Song for Tomorrow (1948) – directed by Terence Fisher
- Trouble in the Air (1948)
- Penny and the Pownall Case (1948) – with Diana Dors, Christopher Lee
- Colonel Bogey (1948) – directed by Terence Fisher
- To the Public Danger (1948) – directed by Fisher, with Dermot Walsh and Susan Shaw
- Fly Away Peter (1948)
- Love in Waiting (1948) – with David Tomlinson
- A Piece of Cake (1948)
- Badger's Green (1949)
- Stop the Merry-Go-Round (1952)
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- "How TV will pay its way". The Courier-Mail. Brisbane. 1 September 1954. p. 2. Retrieved 22 July 2020 – via National Library of Australia.
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