APPENDIX: LIST OF FILMS,
ACTORS, AND DIRECTORS,
1929-2000

Above Us the Waves

Accident

Aces High

Against the Wind

Alfie

All Night Long

And Now the Screaming Starts!

Anderson, Lindsay

Angels and Insects

Arsenal Stadium Mystery, The

Asquith, Anthony

Asylum

Attenborough, Richard

Back Room Boy

Baker, Roy Ward

Baker, Stanley

Banks, Leslie

Bates, Alan

Beauty Jungle, The

Belles of St. Trinian's, The

Billy Elliot

Billy Liar

Black Narcissus

Blackmail

Blanche Fury

Blood from the Mummy's Tomb

Blue Lamp, The

Blue Murder at St. Trinian's

Bogarde, Dirk

Bonham Carter, Helena

Boulting, Roy/Boulting, John

Box, Muriel

Boys Will Be Boys

Brassed Off

Brief Encounter

Brighton Rock

Brothers, The

Bulldog Jack

Byron, Kathleen

Caine, Michael

Calvert, Phyllis

Canterbury Tale, A

Captive Heart, The

Caravan

Carlyle, Robert

Carmichael, Ian

Carnival

Carry on Cleo

Carry on Sergeant

Cash on Demand

Challenge, The

Chance of a Lifetime

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • A 1
  • B 16
  • C 47
  • D 90
  • E 120
  • F 126
  • G 144
  • H 173
  • I 200
  • J 213
  • K 218
  • L 226
  • M 256
  • N 278
  • O 291
  • P 299
  • Q 311
  • R 313
  • S 331
  • T 353
  • U 373
  • V 375
  • W 378
  • Z 398
  • Appendix: List of Films, Actors, and Directors, 1929-2000 401
  • Selected Bibliography 405
  • Index 411
  • About the Author 441
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