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The treatment of the young offender
Philip Gillett

Brian McFarlane, Sixty Voices: Celebrities Recall the Golden Age of British Cinema (London: BFI, 1992), p. 149; Robert Murphy, Realism and Tinsel: Cinema and Society in Britain 1939–49 (London: Routledge, 1992), p. 91. 27 La Bern, Night Darkens the Street, pp. 16

in The British working class in postwar film
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From music hall to celluloid
Philip Gillett

–64. 24 Marcia Landy, British Genres: Cinema and Society 1930–1960 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1991), pp. 356–7. 25 Fisher, Funny Way to Be a Hero , p. 80. 26 Ibid., p. 76. 27 Jeffrey

in The British working class in postwar film
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Guy Austin

the more remarkable when one notes that in recent years several previously successful French film directors have been more or less obliged to abandon the cinema, including Léos Carax, Jean-Jacques Beineix and Bertrand Blier.) Chabrol’s forty-year career is in some ways a history of recent French cinema and society: neorealism, the new wave, the trauma of the Algerian War, the political legacy of 1968, the rise of the consumer society

in Claude Chabrol
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‘We must love one another or/and die?’
Nigel Mather

be a ‘good’ person and to ‘Look after your mum’, while hoping that ‘everything works out’. Both promise to ‘remember’ each other, even if it is unlikely that they will ever meet again. As words of wisdom, warmth and hope to conclude this study of love, sex and desire in British cinema and society in a transitional and transformative era, they can scarcely – in the last resort – be improved upon.

in Sex and desire in British films of the 2000s
Brian Mcfarlane

. 16 News of the World, 24 August 1941. LCC. 17 Reynolds News, 24 August 1941. LCC. 18 Kinematograph Weekly, 1788 (24 July 1941), p. 23. 19 Marcia Landy, British Genres. Cinema and Society

in Lance Comfort
Philip Gillett

Representative of their approaches are Jeffrey Richards, The Age of the Dream Palace: Cinema and Society in Britain 1930–39 (Basingstoke and London: Routledge, 1989); Sue Harper, Picturing the Past: The Rise and Fall of the British Costume Film (London: BFI, 1994). 11 Arthur Marwick, Culture in Britain since 1945 (Oxford: Basil Blackwell

in The British working class in postwar film
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‘Stand by, number one’
Andrew Roberts

( 1999 ), Best of British: Cinema and Society from 1930 to Present , London : I. B. Tauris . Anderson , Lindsay ( 1957 ), ‘ Get Out and Push! ’ Encounter , November, 14 – 22 . Armes , Roy ( 1978 ), A Critical History of British Cinema , London : Secker & Warburg . Ashby , Justine and Higson , Andrew (eds.) ( 2000 ), British Cinema Past & Present , London : Routledge . Babington , Bruce ( 2002 ), Launder & Gilliat: British Film Makers , Manchester : Manchester University Press . Baker , Peter

in Idols of the Odeons
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Hawling like a brooligan
Andrew Roberts

Contemporary Cinema 1945–1963 , London : Penguin Books . James , Clive ( 2017 ), Clive James on Television , London : Picador . Johnston , Keith M. ( 2012 ), ‘ A Riot of All the Colours in the Rainbow: Ealing Studios in Colour ’, in Duguid , Mark , Freeman , Lee , Johnston , Keith M. and Williams , Melanie (eds.) Ealing Revisited , London : BFI/Palgrave Macmillan . Landy , Marcia ( 1991 ), British Genres: Cinema and Society 1930–1960 , Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press . Lejeune , C. A. ( 1958

in Idols of the Odeons
‘What’s the bleeding time?’
Andrew Roberts

. Kramer , Peter and Lovell , Alan ( 1999 ), Screen Acting , London : Routledge . Kynaston , David ( 2009 ), Family Britain 1951–1957 (Tales of a New Jerusalem) , London : Bloomsbury . Landy , Marcia ( 1991 ), British Genres: Cinema and Society 1930–1960 , Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press . Lewis , Roger ( 2008 ), ‘ Gruff Justice ’, The Spectator , 26 November. Lewis , Roger ( 2011 ), What Am I Still Doing Here? My Life as Me , London : Coronet . Lewis , Roy and Maude , Angus

in Idols of the Odeons
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The ‘actor’s actor’?
Andrew Roberts

Brown ’, Sight & Sound , Summer, 33– 4 . Landy , Marcia ( 1991 ), British Genres: Cinema and Society 1930–1960 , Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press . Lazar , David (ed.) ( 2003 ), Michael Powell Interviews , Jackson : University of Mississippi Press . Lovell , Alan ( 1961 ), ‘ No Love for Johnnie ’, New Left Review , March–April, 54 . MacKillop , Ian and Sinyard , Neil (eds.) ( 2003 ), British Cinema in the 1950s: A Celebration , Manchester : Manchester University Press . Macnab

in Idols of the Odeons