093010 - Alexander Korda one of the fathers of British...

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Great Britain 1920: U.S. controlled 90% of films in Great Britain many actors would go to Hollywood British law: English theatres had to show at least one English film per year 1927: Cinematograph Film Act make theatres show 5% of English films “quota quickies”
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Unformatted text preview: Alexander Korda one of the fathers of British cinema 1937: production goes up to 225 films Robert Donat Alfred Hitchcock: directs first sound film in GB - Blackmail (1929) uses sound to move from one sequence to another...
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