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  • Dilys Powell - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth Dilys Powell, CBE (20 July 1901 – 3 June 1995) was an English journalist who wrote for The Sunday Times for over fifty years. Powell was best known as a film critic, noted for her receptiveness to cultural change in the cinema, and she coined many classic phrases about films and actors.

  • Dilys Powell - IMDb

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    Dilys Powell, Self: Women of Today. Dilys Powell was born on July 20, 1901 in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England as Elizabeth Dilys Powell. She was married to Leonard Russell and Humfry Payne. She died on June 3, 1995 in London, England.

  • Dilys Powell - Biography - IMDb

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    Dilys Powell was born on July 20, 1901 in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England as Elizabeth Dilys Powell. She was married to Leonard Russell and Humfry ...

  • OBITUARY:Dilys Powell | The Independent

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    Over a remarkably long career, Dilys Powell never lost in her writing the freshness of an affair with her two greatest passions, the cinema and Greece. It was as a film critic that she was most widely known, but her writing powers were most fully expressed in her autobiographical books, most especially in An Affair of the Heart, which places her with Lawrence Durrell, Patrick Leigh Fermor, Kevin Andrews and Henry Miller as a writer for whom the essence of Greek reality is the journey towards ...

  • Dilys Powell, Desert Island Discs - BBC Radio 4

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    The castaway in Desert Island Discs this week is the film critic Dilys Powell. She began reviewing films for The Sunday Times in 1939, and since then her forthright and pithy comments have served as a natural accompaniment to the pleasures of going to the cinema.

  • Dilys Powell | British critic | Britannica.com

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    Dilys Powell: Dilys Powell, British motion-picture critic (born July 20, 1901—died June 3, 1995, London, England), , as the outspoken film critic for The Sunday Times (1939-79) and Punch (1979-92) and then as The Sunday Times’s reviewer for movies shown on British television (1976-95), wielded enormous power

  • Dilys Powell | Revolvy

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    Dilys Powell Elizabeth Dilys Powell, CBE (20 July 1901 \u2013 3 June 1995) was an English journalist who wrote for The Sunday Times for over fifty years. Powell was best known as a film critic, noted for her receptiveness to cultural change in the cinema, and she coined many classic phrases about films and actors. She was also one of the founder members of the Independent Television Authority (ITA), which launched commercial TV in the UK. Early life and education Born in Bridgnorth ...

  • Dilys Powell - James Cowper Kreston

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    About Dilys Powell. Dilys leads our Capital Markets activity. She is an acknowledged expert on the UK listing and AIM rules and regulations, regularly speaking on the subject.

  • Dilys Powell - The 25 Best Movie Critics of All Time | Complex

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    Check those publication names above—far cries from the worldwide notoriety of periodicals like The New York Times, right? That's why the late Elizabeth Dilys Powell (who dropped her first name when writing) isn't frequently referenced when people discuss their favorite movie critics. She worked in

  • THE GREAT DICTATOR - Review by Dilys Powell - Scraps from the loft

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    Dilys Powell reviews Charlie Chaplin's 'The Great Dictator'

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