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Let’s Go to the Pictures

Source: Iris Barry, Let’s Go to the Pictures (London: Chatto & Windus, 1926), pp. 165-166 Text: The next handicap the cinema as a whole has is its mutability. A film appears, say in the Charing Cross Road, for three days. … Continue reading

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