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Dennis Doros notes:

>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.

There is also a ton, if not several, of academic books and articles both on
the British '40s melodrama and on P & P.  The Pam Cook book on Gainsborough
(published by Cassell) has a 'bibliozilla' covering the former: see also
James Curran & Vincent Porter (eds.), British Cinema History (1983,
Weidenfeld & Nicolson) for a similarly comprehensive bibliography covering
pre-1983 stuff, and Ian Christie, Arrows of Desire (published by Fabers)
for one on P & P.

L

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