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Jul172012

New McFarland Catalogue

'The Tudors on Film and Television' is in the new McFarland catalogue just released today. For some reason we are in 'Popular Culture' (page 9) rather than 'History,' but since we share a page with 'The Doctor Who Franchise' and 'Do You Believe in Rock and Roll?' (to which I contributed a chapter), I can live with that. ;–)  (Bill)

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