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I'm sorry: I meant Ian Christie.

        Sandy Camargo

>I think that the best work on Powell and Pressburger is by Ian
>Cameron, who was at one time affiliated with the BFI.
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>Sandy Camargo
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>>To state the obvious, Powell pretty much covers much of the working process
>>in his two autobiographies, there's an excellent biography of Pressburger by
>>his grandson (and Oscar-nominated documentarian) Kevin MacDonald and there
>>are many books written about the two and their films in the last five years.
>>
>>And of course, there's a ton of material over at the British Film Institute
>>and if I remember correctly, the Powell papers might be stored there at the
>>moment.
>>
>>Out of curiosity, did P&P actually consider themselves to be adherents of
>>melodrama?
>>
>>Dennis
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