The list author says: "Yes, Ealing Studios is best-known for its comedies with Alec Guinness, but they made plenty of excellent war films, mysteries, and dramas, too. In fact, Ealing released a total of 96 feature films between 1938 and 1959. To date, only 17 have been released on DVD in America. I've listed them below and will continue to update as more appear. (By the way, if you have multiregion capability, you may want to investigate several more Ealing movies released on DVD in Britain, including It Always Rains on Sunday, The Magnet, Hue and Cry, Champagne Charlie, The Blue Lamp, Nicholas Nickleby, and Against the Wind.)"
"1948. Ealing applied its semidocumentary style to this account of Scott's doomed South Pole expedition. Famous for Ralph Vaughan Williams' score (which he adapted into his 7th symphony), but entire film is well-produced."
"Contains The Proud Valley (1940) and three other non-Ealing British movies (Borderline, Sanders of the River, and Jericho). Robeson is the main attraction of each, but Proud Valley boasts some beautiful Welsh songs and a rare glimpse of Ealing at its earliest."
"Like the Robeson collection, this contains one by Ealing: the excellent POW film "The Captive Heart" (1946). Also includes David Lean's underrated "The Sound Barrier," Joseph Losey's "King and Country," and "Angel One Five.""