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Nightline: The Lost World #783032

ABC Special for Friday, Mar 11, 2005

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A broadcast of taped segments with Dave Marash (ABC), local historian Peter Worden, British Film Institute film preservationist Andrea Kalas, author Roy Hattersley, Patrick Russell of the British Film Institute, University of Sheffield historian Vanessa Toulmin, Peter Marshall and Nick Mason Pearson of the British Film Institute, and University of Central Lancaster Professor David Russell‡ re: the images preserved in the silent films of Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon, which were discovered by Peter Worden in 1994, showing scenes of life in England between 1900 and 1913, with introductory remarks by Chris Bury (ABC).

Marash, Dave

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