This is a 1946 'The Penguin Film Review' magazine, Edited by R. K. Neilson Baxter, Roger Manvell and H.H. Wollenberg, Penguin Books, London and New York. It cost 1 shilling. It has a number of articles on film including: The Seven Pillars of Hollywood, The British Film During the War, The French Cinema since 1944, and The Italian Film In Transition. The journal has 122 pages and 6 pages of Penguin advertising. It has photos of film stills from 50 years of cinema, pioneers in the development of the film, and articles have accompanying photos. This black, red and white softcover book is 8" x 5". The pages are lightly browned and there is some light soil. The binding is firmly intact. It is in good condition with an owner's signature on the front page.
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1946 'The Penguin Film Review' magazine with 50 Years of Cinema
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