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Producing films for the English market Arthur Wallis Mills Cartoons from Punch magazine

Hints to Foreigners Who Produce Cinema Film for the English Market. An English nobleman as a rule does not act in the above manner during a misunderstanding with a lady who has engaged his affections. English sportsmen and sportswomen are seldom as decorative as this. When the Earl of Wessex meets an ex-officer of his regiment in the desert they are unlikely to behave like this. When the notice preceding the picture definitely states that the action takes place in Piccadilly the above doesn't look right somehow.

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Arthur Wallis Mills Cartoons
Hints to Foreigners Who Produce Cinema Film for the English Market. An English nobleman as a rule does not act in the above manner during a misunderstanding with a lady who has engaged his affections. English sportsmen and sportswomen are seldom as decorative as this. When the Earl of Wessex meets an ex-officer of his regiment in the desert they are unlikely to behave like this. When the notice preceding the picture definitely states that the action takes place in Piccadilly the above doesn't look right somehow.