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    SIGHT AND SOUND (30s-90s)
    The Film Quarterly
    Page last updated:
    28 February 2014
    Special thanks for this page goes to:
    Garry Malvern
    Pierre Greenfield
    Scott Matheson
    Quarterly magazine from United Kingdom published by British Film Institute (BFI),

    - First and last issue: 1932-1991
    - 244 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - Incorporating Monthly Film Bulletin since May 1991 (Vol. 1 no.1).
    - Monthly since May 1991 (Vol. 1 no.1).
    - Ceased publication.
    - From the same publisher: Bfi Membership News, Bfi Newsreel, Bfi Southbank Guide, Black Film Bulletin, Critics Choice, Eyeline, Framework, Monthly Film Bulletin, Monthly Film Strip Review, News From The British Film Institute, Nft Essential Cinema, Nft Jewish Film Festival, Nft Newsletter, Pix (90s), Sight And Sound,

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    Vol 53 # 4
    Issue #219
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    Autumn 1984
    A Farewell To Alms (article by Alan Stanbrook); The Road From Wuppertal (review article on PARIS, TEXAS by John Pym); From Paris, Texas To Sydney, Australia (interview with Wim Wenders and Chris Sievernich by Don Ranvaud); The American Friend (interview w
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    Vol 53 # 3
    Issue #218
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    Summer 1984
    Video Censors (artilce by Neville Hunnings); When The Lease Runs Out (article by Alan Stanbrook); "Love Ye Therefore The Stranger": How Rupert Murdoch Disocvered The Truth About American Media (article by Brian Winston); A Television Diary (article by Les
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    Vol 53 # 2
    Issue #217
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    Spring 1984
    COMFORT AND JOY (Bill Forsyth introduces his new film); Cable In Britain (article by Timothy Hollins); The Fate Of F3080 (article by Elizabeth Sussex); Table-Tennis Over Everest (interview with Ivor Montagu by Geoff Brown); Glimpses Of A Legend: Lillian G
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    Vol 53 # 1
    Issue #216
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    Winter 1984
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