Daughters of Liberty the Pinewood movie or Daughters of Liberty the organization? Pinewood is the name of the overwhelmingly dominant studio in British film located in Sloubridge (formerly Slough & Uxbridge before their merger in 1944) just north of London. You might guess the pet name for the other part of the film industry that specializes in keeping the British end up from the town names. Fallburg was one of dozens of sites for American films starting in the 1910s, but eventually hardline religious settlers et al in California drove out the industry when Temprance helped pass Amendment 47 in November 1914. That left Packingtown (OTL Chicago) which also went dry in 1919. Kentucky was one of the few places where liquor was allowed to flow in those days and subsequently became home of American film.