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The British film catalogue, 1895-1970

Gifford, Denis.

The British film catalogue, 1895-1970

a guide to entertainment films.

by Gifford, Denis.

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Published by David and Charles in Newton Abbot .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Motion pictures -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 19-22.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN1993.5.G7 G5 1973b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination23, [967] p.
      Number of Pages967
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5460934M
      ISBN 100715355724
      LC Control Number73163464

      film studies, including bibliographies and articles. • Periodical Indices -- see list below • Macmillan Film Bibliography -- references to pre books and book chapters on films, people, and subjects. Specific research resources useful in locating information on films: • Film reviews -- for credits, synopsis, reception on original release. 13 Data extrapolated by author from Gifford, Denis, The British Film Catalogue A Reference Guide (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, ). profile for the North, absent in films set elsewhere, was evident.

      A copy of this film is located at the National Film and Television Archive (35 mm., ft.) with German intertitles. Variety review Credits from The British film catalogue, The 27 February marks the th Anniversary of founding of the Labour Party in the UK. In all general elections since , the party has either been the government or the official opposition. This early film from looks at a party meeting at Easton Lodge. British Pathé Blog. 26th February Labour Party Founded, Cologne Captured and more.

      Alice in Wonderland is a British silent film directed by Cecil Hepworth and Percy one copy of the original film is known to exist; the British Film Institute restored the movie and its original film tinting and released it in According to BFI, the original film ran about 12 minutes. At the beginning of the restoration, it states that this is the first movie adaptation of. Green Grow the Rushes is a British comedy film and the first film to be released by ACT Films film was produced by John Gossage and funded by the National Film Finance Corporation and the Co-operative Wholesale Society Bank. Three British government bureaucrats arrive in Kent to inquire as to why the coastal Anderida marsh is not being cultivated; the reason is that most of the local.


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Get this from a library. The British film catalogue, ; a reference guide. [Denis Gifford]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gifford, Denis. British film catalogue, Newton Abbot, David and Charles, (OCoLC) 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 and source.

23, [] p. ; 27 cm. The British film catalogue, a guide to entertainment films Item Preview. A cartoonist, screenwriter, and prolific writer on comic strips, old-time radio, and film history, Gifford includes a bibliography of the trade papers, fan magazines, catalogs, and directories he used as resources and acknowledges over 50 pioneer moviemakers he interviewed to glean more about the British film : Denis Gifford.

A loving anthology, with commentary, on the silent cinema. An invitation to discovery on every page, and perhaps the best title for any film book yet published. The British Film Catalogue, Denis Gifford, David & Charles, The nearest we have to a British national filmography was created not by any institute or university but by.

The British Film Catalogue, by Gifford, Denis: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The British Film Catalogue, A Reference Guide, Revised & Updated Edition by Gifford, Denis () Hardcover Jan 1, Full Description: "The sucess of the first edition of Thickening and Gelling Agents for Food underlined the keen interest in functional food ingredients.

In this second edition, the text has been completely revised and updated to reflect the current market trends. New chapters have been included to broaden the scope of materials used by the food technologist. The British film industry has excelled in non-fiction cinema, particularly documentary, and this wholly original volume provides full coverage of non-fiction films from the silent era to These two volumes of the British Film Catalogue are a unique, authoritative source of information for historians, archivists, librarians and film : Denis Gifford.

Film publications Apart from comics Gifford also had an interest in film. He personally made comprehensive catalogues of every British film ever made, such as 'The British Film Catalogue, A Reference Guide' () and one specifically about animated films: 'British Animated Films, A Filmography' ().

British Film Catalogue, ; A Reference Guide Call Number: REF PN G7 G5 see also, British Films Directory, a searchable database of new British films, extending back to Author: Patricia Mardeusz.

Denis Gifford, The British Film Catalogue, () Charles Barr, Ealing Studios () Graham Greene, The Pleasure Dome () Charles Urban, The Cinematograph in Science, Education and Matters of State ().

Alice in Wonderland is a British silent film directed by Cecil Hepworth and Percy Stow. Only one copy of the original film is known to exist. The British Film Institute (BFI) partially restored the movie and its original film tinting and released it in According to BFI, the original film ran about 12 minutes; the restoration runs 9 minutes and 35 on: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

Abstract. The Anglo-American Films Agreement resulted in fundamental changes to the British film industry. While the influx of American capital brought increased American ownership of production infrastructure, the cultural impact upon British film outputs was equally profound as Hollywood performers and American cultural norms became increasingly visible in British : Alan Edmund Hughes.

Of course, this book was written before Denis Gifford’s The British Film Catalogue laid bare a lot of previously hidden information. He also says that Lon Chaney was “arranging to play Dracula” when he died.

Gifford compiled a comprehensive reference work of British-made films, The British Film Catalogue, A Reference Guide, listing every traceable film made in the UK, including short films generally omitted by film catalogues, with detailed entries including running time, certificate, reissue date, distributor, production company Children: Pandora Jane (daughter).

To riffle through the pages of Denis Gifford’s British Film Catalogue is to be aware of how much activity at this level there was from the late s through until the mids.

2 If it has been the focus for so little critical attention, this may be the result of several factors, including the unforgiving approach to the ‘quota quickies Cited by: 2. Amazing grace. How sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me.

I once was lost, but now am found Now remembered as the author of the world’s most famous hymn, in the mid-eighteenth century as England and France stand on the brink of war, John Newton is. THE BRITISH FILM CATALOGUEby Denis Gifford. David and Charles, Date, cast, credits and very brief synopsis of every single British entertainment movie made between those dates.

Many Variety stars had their own film vehicles, of course, or appeared as supporting actors or comic relief in countless others.

Incorrectly listed in the British Film Catalogue () as "The Body Vanishes".Alice in Wonderland is a British silent film directed by Cecil Hepworth and Percy Stow. Only one copy of the original film is known to exist. The British Film Institute (BFI) partially restored the movie and its original film tinting and released it in According to BFI, the original film ran about 12 minutes; the restoration runs 9 minutes and 35 seconds.

Written by experts in the field, this dictionary covers all aspects of film studies, including terms, concepts, debates, and movements in film theory and criticism, national, international and transnational cinemas, film history, film movements and genres, film industry organizations and practices, and key technical terms and concepts in detailed entries.