The Salvage Gang
Young Britain • Kids and Family, UR
When four children try to raise money to replace a broken saw, their schemes take them on an unexpected journey through the capital. Beautifully photographed, The Salvage Gang by acclaimed director John Krish (I Think They Call Him John) is an affectionate tour of bomb-damaged London, featuring a young Frazer Hines and a cameo by Wilfred Brambell.
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