The Man Behind the Mask

November 1986
Archaeology;Nov/Dec86, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p71
Entertainment Review
Reviews the film "The Man Behind the Mask," produced and directed by Melissa Llewelyn-Davis for the British Broadcasting Corp.


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