How Films are Made White Card 1934
Morris Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 How Films are Made White Card 1934 How Films are Made White Card 1934 25 - Before the benefit of modern computer-generated wizardy and special effects films had to be real, as we can see from this set. Prepared with the help of Gaumont-British, the cards provide a fascinating insight of production techniques during the heyday of the silver screen, model making, scenery, snow, fog, rain, make-up, camera positions, continuity,lighting, sound and so on. The illustrations are fabulous and the descriptions enhance the magic of the cinema. Size 67 x 36mm. This set was also issued on a cream card background.
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How Films are Made White Card 1934

Issuer: Morris Condition: Very Good to Excellent * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Before the benefit of modern computer-generated wizardy and special effects films had to be real, as we can see from this set. Prepared with the help of Gaumont-British, the cards provide a fascinating insight of production techniques during the heyday of the silver screen, model making, scenery, snow, fog, rain, make-up, camera positions, continuity,lighting, sound and so on. The illustrations are fabulous and the descriptions enhance the magic of the cinema. Size 67 x 36mm. This set was also issued on a cream card background. Number of cards in set: 25

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