London, Whitbread Productions. 1963. Soft cover. Book, [First Edition] . 8 pages. White card-stock wrappers, very light soil, internally fine. 8vo/21.5cm. A cockney song lamenting the changing face of Old London and written for the opening of a film titled Barbican Regained on July 16, 1963 describing the rebuilding of part of the City of London. The film was premiered in the City Cellars of Whitbread's Brewery. Sir Alan Patrick Herbert (1890-1971) was an English humorist who wrote more than fifty books, plays and essays and was an important law reform activist. Fine.
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Book number: 004856
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Keywords: Film Commentary Cockney Song Rebuilding City of London