Came the dawn : memories of a film pioneer (1951)

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felt the need of time to develop his ideas. Percy Stow also needed room to expand his few but difficult trick pictures and Gaston Quiribet ('Q,'), the clever Frenchman who had recently joined the gang, contributed longer films which we were very glad to welcome. All that was noticeable on the surface was that there was a steady, if diminishing, flow of small films with occasional bigger ones coming to the top and demanding attention. 72