2 edition of British National Film catalogue 1968. found in the catalog.
British National Film catalogue 1968.
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This reference book catalogues nearly every commercial film produced in Britain for public entertainment from to The entries are listed chronologically by year and month. Each entry is limited to a single film and contains a cross index code number, exhibition date, main title, length, color system, production company, distribution company, producer, director, story type . Favourite British Films s by jmct | created - 05 Feb | updated - 07 Feb | Public Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The British Film Catalogue is a reference book compiled by Denis Gifford (–) listing every film made in Britain, including feature films, shorts, information films and student films.
For each of more t consecutively numbered chronological title entries, information listed includes major credits (director, producer, writer, original author), production company.
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Search and find Australian cultural and heritage resources including books, pictures, newspapers, maps. The Fifties, sandwiched between a decade considered the UK's golden age of film and the Swinging Sixties, is an unjustly neglected period of British cinema.