British Film Studios: An Illustrated History
Ninety studios, 200 film stills, and countless fascinating facts are all in this A-to-Z compendium of movies made at British studios, from the silent days to the present. Featuring an in-depth cross-reference, the guide also covers the role of the directors, producers and stars.
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