Britain's First TV/Film Crime Series and the Industrialisation of Its Film Industry, 1946-1964
This work presents for the first time an industrial and cultural history of the transformation of the lower reaches of Britain's film industry during the period 1946-1964when the production of second or 'B' features and programme fillers aimed primarily at the domestic market and progressively phased out as the sector moved toward the wholesale production of TV-Film series inteded for exhibition on the newly-franchised commercial televesion channels as well as the burgeoning international market.
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Robert S Baker
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