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Edgar Lustgarten ...
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This was a series of short films screened in UK cinemas as second features between 1962 and 1967. The release dates shown refer to the initial cinematic screenings, not TV transmissions. The films were eventually shown on TV, but much later on. See more »

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Shorts that replaced B features
8 September 2017 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This series of shorts replaced B features on thé Associated British Cinemas circuit.The fact that the last films were made in colour,indicates that they were thinking about their eventual sale to TV.They are competently made with reasonable plots and cast with Well known actors


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