Eagle-Lion Studios a British film production company which was active between the years of 1946 to ’49 was located at 7324 Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood, California. The Film Company was a producer of low-budget B-movies that accompanied British film releases as double features in theaters.
In 1946, at the cost of sixteen-thousand dollars, Eagle-Lion had this eleven compartment on-location trailer constructed that included: two makeup rooms, a shower, four toilets, water and holding tanks, generator, air-conditioner, refrigerator, communication system, and telephones. The expandable view below shows the rig backed up into an alley at the Studio by a Ford fifth-wheel tractor, the water tank is visible behind the cab.
Share with us what you find of interest in this image, along with any details about the Ford tractor, the tiny roadster and the other vehicles in the Studio lot. The photograph is courtesy of the Free Library of Philadelphia.