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A Chorus of Raspberries - British film comedy 1929-1939.

by Sutton, David

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University of Exeter Press/2000. First edition.. Hardback.. Black and White illustrations. Generally VG+ in VG Dust Jacket; but somebody has decorated the title page with two stripes of metallic tape; an owner's address and highlighter applied to the title. Weird. The rest of the book is unmarked. DJ protected by removable clear cover.


  • Bookseller: Much Ado Books GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 19871
  • Title: A Chorus of Raspberries - British film comedy 1929-1939.
  • Author: Sutton, David
  • Format/binding:Hardback.
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: University of Exeter Press/2000. First edition.
  • Bookseller catalogs: Theatre;


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