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  1. British Film Academy Awards

    Date released
    26 Feb 1951
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    NoS ID
    Story no
    6 / 6

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: British Film Academy Awards. DESCRIPTION: The presentation of this year’s British Film Academy Awards was made at the Odeon, Leicester Square; and it was attended by a number of stars...

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  2. Honey Pot, The (1967)

    Joseph L Mankiewicz
    Drama; English language and literature
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 126 minutes), £19.99

    The Honey Pot is based on ‘Volpone’, the play by Ben Jonson. Rex Harrison stars as international playboy Cecil Fox, who decides to pretend he’s dying in order to find out what his three old flames will...

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  3. Rival, The (2021 Radio)

    Drama on 3
    Jeremy Mortimer

    Radio drama by Jude Cook that imagines what may have happened when William Shakespeare went to Titchfield House to escape the plague, wrote his celebrated sonnets and got tangled up in emotional and...

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  4. (Not) Comin’ At Ya! The Lost History of 3D

    11 Aug 2015, 08:41
    Sergio Angelini
    Post Type
    BUFVC Article

    Sixty years ago Hollywood had its first serious engagement with exhibiting feature films in three dimensions. Dr Simon Brown looks at one of the first films released on the then new film format, Inferno,...

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  5. Timon of Athens (1953 Radio)

    Peter Watts

    Heavily cut radio version of Shakespeare’s play adapted and produced for broadcasting by Peter Watts. With Valentine Dyall in the title role. The chronicler (narrator) in this adaptation is Neanthes of...

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