Gainsborough Studios


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Employer Muriel Box
MB began running the scenario department at Gainsborough Studios when those studios were being managed by Sydney. This job, or these jobs, left the pair of them less time for original script-writing, though script-doctoring remained...
Reception Dorothy Whipple
They Were Sisters too became a Book Society Choice.
Whipple, Dorothy. Random Commentary. Michael Joseph.
Sales before publication day passed 32,000, and the editor of Woman's Magazine said it was of course a masterpiece.
Whipple, Dorothy. Random Commentary. Michael Joseph.
DW was offered by Gaumont-British
Textual Production Muriel Box
Now head of script development at Gainsborough Studios (working for J. Arthur Rank , with her husband as managing director), MB produced scripts for Holiday Camp and Jassy (the latter from a novel by Norah Lofts
Textual Production Margery Lawrence
The English edition came with an afterword that included real-life case-studies of split personality. An American edition followed two years later, without this afterword.
Pringle, David, editor. St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost & Gothic Writers. St James Press.
In 1944 ML , with Frank Ellis Carstarphen , adapted this...


Between 1930 and 1936: Michael Balcon, as Head of Production at...

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Between 1930 and 1936

Michael Balcon , as Head of Production at Gaumont British and Gainsborough film company, attempted to define a unique British quality in films, in order to protect the industry from Hollywood invasion.


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