MY GOD! WHAT SPEED! Miss frontier mail and the race for box-office gold

Thomas, R. 2009. MY GOD! WHAT SPEED! Miss frontier mail and the race for box-office gold. in: Gopalan, L. (ed.) The Cinema of India London Wallflower Press.

Chapter titleMY GOD! WHAT SPEED! Miss frontier mail and the race for box-office gold
AuthorsThomas, R.
EditorsGopalan, L.
Book titleThe Cinema of India
Year2009
PublisherWallflower Press
Publication dates
Published2009
Place of publicationLondon
ISBN9781905674923

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