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BRITISH FILMS Insurance Companies Backing Them?

Are insurance companies financing British film production on a large scale? This rumour has been creating a good deal of interest in City circles during the past few weeks. Leading insurance companies are said to be associated with new production schemes (writes a film correspondent).

It has been expressed in some quarters that film production is not a business in which insurance companies should risk their funds.

It is also said, on the other hand, that the British film-production business can be successfully organised by people experienced in finance and that insurance corn




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