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    THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED WITH THIS SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN

    I've suggested that the British Newspaper Archive include Kine Weekly in their collection.

    It may be a long-shot, but if you like the idea you can support my suggestion here:

    https://help-and-advice.britishnewsp...tograph-weekly

    I looks like suggestions with 200+ votes are taken seriously.
    Last edited by Anthony McKay; 12 November 2020, 10:46 PM.

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    I gave it 3 votes Anthony, come on film lovers even if you don't use the paper archive at least show some support.

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    • #3
      I gave it three votes too.

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      • #4
        I've just bought 9 more 1961/1962 issues to add to the Archive.org collection - which means 12 issues in total for the new year, just in case nothing comes of the BNA petition.
        Last edited by Anthony McKay; 5 January 2020, 10:23 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Anthony McKay View Post
          I've just bough 9 more 1961/1962 issues to add to the Archive.org collection - which means 12 issues in total for the new year, just in case nothing comes of the BNA petition.
          Well done Anthony and enjoy the new year.

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            I've just snapped this up to add to the pile - it covers the post-war period of reconstruction and crisis 1946-52 . It's a bound volume of 250 plus pages so I'll probably have to photograph each page rather than scan.

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              Files for Issues 2660 and 2782 are currently being uploaded to Archive.org

              August 7th 1958

              https://archive.org/stream/KineWeekly2660

              January 26th 1961

              https://archive.org/stream/KineWeekly2782


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                This is wonderful! Thank you, Anthony.

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              Originally posted by Anthony McKay View Post
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              I've just snapped this up to add to the pile - it covers the post-war period of reconstruction and crisis 1946-52 . It's a bound volume of 250 plus pages so I'll probably have to photograph each page rather than scan.
              I've just been sent some rough scans of this document (for safety's sake before it gets sent to New Zealand) and so far it is an astoundingly detailed record of post-war reconstruction. It also lists films made in May-1945 to August-1946 by month and studio and current studio personnel.
              Last edited by Anthony McKay; 17 January 2020, 11:31 PM.

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                Number 2786

                February 23rd, 1961



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                https://archive.org/stream/KineWeekly2786
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                  Issue 2787 - March 2 1961


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                  • theuofc
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                    "The Angel Wore Red"...fantastic. Thank you, Anthony.

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                  Volume 527 Number 2793

                  April 13th 1961

                  https://archive.org/details/KineWeekly2793


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                  • #12
                    Volume 529 Number 2802

                    June 15, 1961

                    https://archive.org/details/KineWeekly2802

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                    • #13
                      Thank you Anthony you are creating a valuable resource, well done.

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                      • #14
                        Volume 530 Number 2805

                        July 6, 1961

                        https://archive.org/details/KineWeekly2805

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                        • #15
                          Volume 536 Number 2832

                          January 11, 1962

                          https://archive.org/details/KineWeekly2832

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