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Children's Film Foundation Collection

Still from the Children's Film Foundation Archive

Choose a picture from our Children's Film Foundation Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

62 items

We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with British Film Institute

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Children's Film Foundation Collection: The Famous Five in Gerald Landaus Five On A Treasure Island (1957)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: The Famous Five in Gerald Landaus Five On A Treasure Island (1957)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Peter Butterworth and Michael Crawford in Cecil Musks Blow Your Own Trumpet (1958)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Bobby Charlton in David Bracknells Cup Fever (1965)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Keith Chegwin in Matt McCarthys Robin Hood Junior (1975)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Mark Dightam in Michael Powells The Boy Who Turned Yellow (1972)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: The Famous Five in Gerald Landaus Five On A Treasure Island (1957)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Barry Foster in David Eadys Danger On Dartmoor (1980)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: The Famous Five in Joe Mendozas Five Clues To Fortune (1956)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Dr George McGonigle in Adgar Ansteys Enough To Eat (1936)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Peter Seabournes Countdown to Danger (1967)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Milo Lewis, Richard Wattis, Keith Chegwin, and Josephine Tewson in Milo Lewis The Troublesome
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Roberta Paterson in Joe Mendozas Five Clues To Fortune (1956)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Gerald Landaus Five On Treasure Island (1957)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Sally Thomsett, Darrly Read & Cordel Leigh in Harry Booths River Rivals (1967)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: The Famous Five in Gerald Landaus Five On A Treasure Island (1957)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: The Famous Five in Gerald Landaus Five On A Treasure Island (1957)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Gerald Landaus Five On Treasure Island (1957)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: The Famous Five in Ernest Morris Five Have A Mystery To Solve (1964)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Jeremy Bulloch, Francesca Annis, and John Pike in Darrel Catlings The Cat Gang (1958)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Sadie Frost in Kenneth Fairbairns A Horse Called Jester (1979)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Linda Robson in Peter Plummers Junket 89 (1970)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Eva Rueber-Staier in David Bracknells The Chiffy Kids (1976-1980)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Leslie Ash and Spencer Plumridge in Jonathan Ingrams The Boy With Two Heads (1974)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Spencer Plumridge and Leslie Ash in Jonathan Ingrams The Boy With Two Heads (1974)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Olivia Hussey and Susan George in David Bracknells Cup Fever (1965)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Keith Chegwin, Tracey Collins, and Julie Collins in Milo Lewis The Troublesome Double (1971)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Jan Darnley-Smiths Runaway Railway (1965)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Keith Chegwin in Milo Lewis The Troublesome Double (1971)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Tim Barrett in Harry Booths The Flying Sorcerer (1964)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Marianne Stone in David Bracknells The Chiffy Kids (The Great Snail Race) (1976-1980)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Laurence Hensons Flash The Sheepdog (1966)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Bert Trautmann in David Bracknells Cup Fever (1965)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: David Lodge and Bernard Cribbins in David Bracknells Cup Fever (1965)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Roger Daltrey in Jack Grossmans Pop Pirates (1984)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Julie Collins, Richard Wattis, and Keith Chegwin in Milo Lewis The Troublesome Double (1971)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Fella Edmunds, Richard Massingham, and John Ruddock in Jacques Brunius To The Rescue (1952)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Richard Massingham in Jacques Brunius To The Rescue (1952)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Graham Stark, Sydney Tafler, and Ronnie Barker in Jan Darnley-Smiths Runaway Railway (1965)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Philippa Hiatt and David Cameron in Joe Mendozas Five Clues To Fortune (1956)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Cast & Crew on the set of Joe Mendozas Five Clues To Fortune (1956)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: James Hills The Mystery In The Mine (1959)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Ernest Morris Five Have A Mystery To Solve (1964)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Michael Maguire in Don Sharps The Stolen Airliner (1955)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: The Famous Five in Ernest Morris Five Have A Mystery To Solve (1964)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Keith Chegwin in Milo Lewis Eggheads Robot (1970)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Denis Gilmore in David Bracknells Cup Fever (1965)
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Children's Film Foundation Collection: Matt Busby and Denis Gilmore in David Bracknells Cup Fever (1965)


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We are a leading provider of Art Prints and Photo Gifts since 2004, working in partnership with a range of Sporting Clubs, Charities, Museums and Picture Libraries. A large share of profits from any of their images will go directly towards supporting that charity or club. Our archive of images is carefully curated to bring you a wide range of subjects, including landscapes, wildlife, architecture, and more. We ship from our partner labs in the UK, USA, EU (Netherlands) and Australia.
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Is wall art ready to hang?

For quick and easy installation all wall art, including framed prints, canvas prints and metal prints are supplied with a ready to hang solution on the back. Generally, saw tooth hangers are applied as they allow wall art to hang flush against the wall. The serrated edge of the hanger prevents the frame from shifting or tilting when hung.
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Are the photo prints fade resistant?

Yes, we use archival quality photo paper photographic paper for vivid reproduction Prints are an accurate representations of the original artwork, which is preserved for artistic character and authenticity. We guarantee they match previews shown on our web site