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Retro Revival: Markets of Britain

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Fans of the BBC series Look Around You are in for a treat. (Note that down in your copybook.)---

Peter Serafinowicz and Robert Popper -- creators of that deliriously strange and wonderful parody of 1970s educational films -- have recently, er, "discovered" the archives of documentary auteur Lee Titt (TittFilms, Ltd.), and have released one of Titt's seminal works, Markets of Britain, on Boing Boing Video.

Brilliant! And a little disturbing ...


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