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Cinema-going preferences in Britain in the 1930s

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Cinema-going preferences in Britain in the 1930s. / Sedgwick, John.

The unknown 1930s: an alternative history of the british cinema, 1929-39. ed. / J. Richards. London : I. B. Tauris, 1998. p. 1-36 (Cinema and society).

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Harvard

Sedgwick, J 1998, Cinema-going preferences in Britain in the 1930s. in J Richards (ed.), The unknown 1930s: an alternative history of the british cinema, 1929-39. Cinema and society, I. B. Tauris, London, pp. 1-36.

APA

Sedgwick, J. (1998). Cinema-going preferences in Britain in the 1930s. In J. Richards (Ed.), The unknown 1930s: an alternative history of the british cinema, 1929-39 (pp. 1-36). (Cinema and society). I. B. Tauris.

Vancouver

Sedgwick J. Cinema-going preferences in Britain in the 1930s. In Richards J, editor, The unknown 1930s: an alternative history of the british cinema, 1929-39. London: I. B. Tauris. 1998. p. 1-36. (Cinema and society).

Author

Sedgwick, John. / Cinema-going preferences in Britain in the 1930s. The unknown 1930s: an alternative history of the british cinema, 1929-39. editor / J. Richards. London : I. B. Tauris, 1998. pp. 1-36 (Cinema and society).

Bibtex

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