Truly Madly Cheaply - Brtitish B Movies

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Culture Documentary hosted by Matthew Sweet and published by BBC in 2008 - English narration

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Film historian Matthew Sweet presents a documentary reappraising over half a century of British B movies, from John Mills on the wrong end of a whipping in The Lash through to the giant gorilla Konga running amok in Croydon. Sweet argues that the cheapness of these films, unlike the A film, ensured they often portrayed Britain as it really was, even when (as in the case of 1970s sex movies) that wasn't necessarily a nice place to be. John Mortimer and Michael Winner are among the interviewees.

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  • Resolution: 672x384
  • Color Depth: 12 bits
  • Running Time: 5384.96 s (1h 29m 44s)
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  • Microseconds Per Frame: 40000 ms
  • Frames: 134624
  • Keyframes: 1375 (Every 97)
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  • Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
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  • Audio Delay: 0.00 s
  • Capped & encoded by Adam Cook

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