Danziger Studios

also known as New Elstree Studios

Film Studios at Elstree
Elstree was a major centre for film production from the early days of cinema. There’s a great deal of confusion about which studios at Elstree were used for which movies / TV shows.
This section covers Danziger Studios (also known as New Elstree Studios)

Other Elstree Studios;

  • BBC Elstree Centre (also known as Clarendon Road Studios, Neptune Studios, Rock Studios, National Studios, ATV Studios, Central TV Studios).
  • Gate Studios (also known as Station Road Studios)
  • Elstree Film Studios (also known as Shenley Road Studios, British International Pictures, Associated British Pictures, EMI Elstree Studios, Goldcrest Elstree Studios, Cannon Elstree Studios, Elstree Film & TV Studios)
  • Millenium Studios
  • MGM Borehamwood (also known as Elstree Way Studios)

About Danziger Studios

In 1956 the Danziger brothers converted a wartime plane engine testing factory into a studio they called New Elstree, which was located to the west of the Aldenham reservoir. It was used mainly for television production and second features, but was closed by 1962 and sold in 1965.


Productions shot at Danziger Studios

Feature Film (1)

Quatermass II: Enemy from Space1957Val GuestIMDB Database page about Quatermass II: Enemy from Space