The Best Remaining Seats

Australia, 1985

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Episode of Series “Filmstruck Series”.
John Baxter, well known Australian historian and cinema critic, examines the fall of the great cinema houses, how the Hollywood industry built them and Hollywood acted as a magnet for both talent and money. Charlie Chaplin’s career is also analysed. This episode is one of the “Filmstruck” series which considers the impact of cinema on the social and personal life of the viewing audience.

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