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The screen incarnations of Sir Walter Ralegh
Susan Campbell Anderson

which women have moved into 33 Geoff Mayer, Guide to British Cinema (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2003), 366–8. 34 In ‘Virgin Territory’, The Virgin Queen (2008). 35 Ibid. 36 Jay Matthews terms D-Day: The Sixth of June one of the three best films about D-Day. See ‘Battle to Buy D-Day Movie’, Washington Post, 3 June 1994, N63. Further, Melanie Williams notes that Todd’s war films were seen as a ‘mainstay of British national cinema’. See ‘The Most Explosive Object to Hit Britain Since the V2!’ Cinema Journal 46 (2006), 85–107. See D-Day: The Sixth of June. Dir

in Literary and visual Ralegh
Versions of the author in contemporary biopics
Kinga Földváry

commonly used meaning of the term. 7 J. E. Kingsley-Smith, ‘Shakespearean Authorship in Popular British Cinema’, Literature/Film Quarterly , 30:3 (2002), 158–65, 163, n. 1 . 8 K. Scheil and G. Holderness, ‘Introduction: Shakespeare and “the Personal Story”’, Critical Survey , 21:3 (2009), 1–5, 2–3 . 9 See Murray-Pepper, ‘The “Tables of Memory”’ . 10 K. Elliott, ‘Screened Writers’, in Cartmell (ed.), A Companion to Literature, Film, and Adaptation , pp. 179–97, p. 193 (italics in original) . 11 Kingsley-Smith, ‘Shakespearean Authorship in Popular

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Kinga Földváry

popular subgroup of British-Asian films in the United Kingdom has garnered a huge following, even beyond their primary audiences, especially in the twenty-first century. As Dwyer emphasises the mixed cultural upbringing of the younger generation of British-Asian audiences who ‘have mainly been socialised in Britain’ and ‘have grown up with Hollywood and British cinema and British television and other British media’, 30 we may begin to understand why recent British-Asian cinema appears to be more successful at combining Bollywood and Hollywood elements into a natural

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