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  1. Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin: Fifty Years a Studio

    Date released
    3 Jul 1947
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    NoS ID
    Story no
    5 / 5

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Fifty Years a Studio. DESCRIPTION: On the site of the oldest film studios in Britain - at Walton-on-Thames - they celebrate 50 years of continuous production. Lionel Gamlin visits the...

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  2. Went the Day Well? (1942)

    Alberto Cavalcanti
    Michael Balcon
    English language and literature; Film studies; History; Literature
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 89 minutes), £15.99

    Feature film from a story by Graham Greene. The village of Bramley End is taken over by German troops dsguised as British soldiers as part of Hitler’s plan for the invasion of Britain. Music by William...

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  3. Hamlet (1913 Film)

    E. Hay Plumb
    Cecil Hepworth

    Feature film. A record of Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson and the Drury Lane Company’s production of the play. `... the film’s chief purpose is to preserve a performance and a production and makes few...

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  4. The Encyclopedia of British Film (1st edition)

    28 May 2015, 14:06
    Sergio Angelini
    Post Type
    BUFVC Review

    The Encyclopedia of British Film edited by Brian McFarlane (Methuen in association with the British Film Institute, 2003), 774 pages, ISBN: 978-0413773012 (paperback) N.B. This review originally appeared in...

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  5. Next of Kin (1942 Film, Video)

    Thorold Dickinson
    Michael Balcon
    Film (16mm)

    The most powerful and realistic of all the ‘careless talk’ films. This feature film tells the story of a raid on a submarine pen on the North West coast of France. A well organised German spy ring, much...

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