Film Fanfare - No 24 - Section 3 1957

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Film Fanfare - NO 24 - Section 3

John Fitzgerald reviews: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Doris Day and James Stewart. "Ramsbottom Rides Again" starring Arthur Askey.
'Movie Quiz' Panel Yvonne Fernaux, David Cossoff, Mary McKenzie, Peter Noble. End credits...

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Cataloguer:
Ron
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
82523
Sort Number:
DOCS
Time in/Out:
01:30:31:00 / 01:41:55:00
Canister:
DOCS
Film ID:
2829.03
Issue Date:
1957

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  • "Yvonne Fernaux" in text and tags should read Yvonne Furneaux.

    "David Cossoff" in text and tags should read David Kossoff.

    "Mary McKenzie" in text and tags should read Mary Mackenzie.

    jamied 16th Jan 2013

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