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Always Look on the Bright Side of Life: The Inside Story of HandMade Films Hardcover – 15 Apr 2003

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Robert Sellers is the bestselling biographer of Harrison Ford, Sigourney Weaver, Sean Connery, Tom Cruise and Sting. He is a regular contributor to The Independent.

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Good book to read 22 Nov. 2012
By John Balmforth - Published on
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A good book if you want to understand the history of how Hand Made Films started and what happened to the company funded by George Harrison, some good and not so good history of some great movies and the impact on teh British Film Industry.
two books - one title 27 May 2015
By Leslie Jarvis - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Buyer beware. This is exactly the same book as the paperback "Very Naughty Boys". Only difference I found is that this is hardcover and "Very Naughty Boys" is paperback. It's a good book - just don't get suckered into buying both like I was.
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