The British Monarchy on Screen
by Mandy Merck
Publisher: Manchester University Press 2016
Number of pages: 433
In the first book length examination of film and television representations of this enduring institution, distinguished scholars of media and political history analyze the screen representations of royalty from Henry VIII to 'William and Kate'.
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