[QUOTE=cmacd123;1667026]Of course in those days it was made (or at least packed) in what is now known as "camera heights"
I worked in a place who sold some "grey market" Kodak film back then and it was marked "Kodak Limited London"
It's becoming easy to forget what a multi-national company Kodak was and how many manufacturing facilities they had. Back around 1999-2000 here in Australia they made most of the chemical range, consumer colour film and Edge colour paper but we got professional Ektacolor paper in rolls from Brazil, most of the pro colour films, black & white films and sheet Ektacolor paper from Rochester, black & white paper from Canada and Ektachrome from France. I'm not sure where the Kodachrome came from as I rarely ever used it. About the only thing that came from the UK was gelatine filters. There was also a cheapo pro film called Pro Image that came from China. How times have changed. OzJohn