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Books Books 1 - 2 of 2 on What Britain is fighting for' a list outlined the 'main objects of feature films':....
" What Britain is fighting for' a list outlined the 'main objects of feature films': (i) British life and character, showing our independence, toughness of fibre, sympathy with the under-dog, etc. (ii) British ideas and institutions. Ideals such as freedom... "
The Red Shoes: Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide - Page 9
by Mark Connelly - 2005 - 96 pages
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British Cinema, Past and Present

Justine Ashby, Andrew Higson - Performing Arts - 2000 - 385 pages
...considered that feature films were the best medium for the presentation of 'What Britain is fighting for': British ideas and institutions. Ideals such as freedom,...and institutions such as parliamentary government can be made the main subject of a drama or treated historically. It might be possible to do a great...
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Britain Can Take It: The British Cinema in the Second World War, Second Edition

Anthony Aldgate, Jeffrey Richards - History - 2007 - 350 pages
...could be fruitfully employed, but the feature film was singled out as being especially useful to convey British life and character ('showing our independence,...Germans should also be shown as making absurd errors of judgement'). Goodbye Mr Chips (1939) and The Lady Vanishes (1938) were cited as good examples of the...
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