Red, White and Zero is a portmanteau film made in 1967 by Woodfall Film Productions. It was originally commissioned by producer Oscar Lewenstein, then a director of Woodfall, with sections supplied by Lindsay Anderson, Tony Richardson and Karel Reisz.
When Reisz's planned segment evolved into the feature-length Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment, Peter Brook's Ride of the Valkyrie became the replacement. The two other planned sections of the film developed into what became Richardson's Red and Blue and Anderson's The White Bus. Of these, only The White Bus received a theatrical release in the UK.
- Lindsay Anderson, Paul Ryan (ed) "Never Apologise: The Collected Writings", Plexus, 2004, p.105
- Paul Sutton (ed.) The Diaries: Lindsay Anderson, London: Methuen, 2004, p.146n.