Theatrical Presentation in 1946

Ashton, Alan
April 1989
Image Technology;Apr1989 Supplement, p58
Trade Publication
The article provides information related to cinema technology. The year 1946 was the period when National Service was in force and many projectionists were called upon to serve King and Country. Writers during the period did not reveal their name, especially as he admitted to working alongside a higher paid Senior Second Projectionette.


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