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Cinema and Radio in Britain and America 1920-1960

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Cinema and Radio in Britain and America 1920-1960. / Richards, Jeffrey.

Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2010. 310 p.

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Richards, J 2010, Cinema and Radio in Britain and America 1920-1960. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

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Richards J. Cinema and Radio in Britain and America 1920-1960. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010. 310 p.

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Richards, Jeffrey. / Cinema and Radio in Britain and America 1920-1960. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2010. 310 p.

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