Undated picture picture of Walt Disney (1901-66), American artist and film producer of animated cartoons (most famous character being Mickey Mouse, 1928) and color movies for young people such as "Treasure Island" (1950) and "Robin Hood" (1952). He also opened Disneyland, the first family amusement park (1955 in California). N/B B/W / AFP PHOTO / STF
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Swiss Cottage Odeon BB87_03613
Odeon Cinema, Swiss Cottage, Camden, London. Oscar Deutsch established the Odeon cinema chain in 1933, and Odeon became a registered trade mark. His cinemas followed a style, embracing the modern movement and Art Deco, and many were new builds designed by Harry Weedon. The Odeon in Swiss Cottage was opened in 1937, and is unusual in being of red brick. Photographed in 1937 by John Maltby.
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Film - Dangerous Love - Halton
Best selling authoress Barbara Cartland, with some of her romantic novel heroes from "Dangerous Love" - come-to-life on the film set at Halton Manor, RAF Halton. The 6 million 17th century adventure set in the swashbuckling Charles II Restoration period stars Oliver Reed (left) as Solicitor General Sir Philip Gage; Michael York as King Charles II and Christopher Cazenove (front, left) as the villainous Lord Rudolf.
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