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Mark Bould is senior lecturer in film studies at the University of the West of England.
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Mark Goulden (1898-1980) was a Jewish British journalist and publisher. He began his career as a cub reporter for several newspapers and periodicals in Yorkshire, England, becoming Managing Editor of the Eastern Morning News, the Hull Evening News, the Hull Weekly News, the Yorkshire Evening News (all by the age of 27) and, subsequently, Editorial Director of the Argus Press (including the weekly journal, Cavalcade) and Managing Editor of The Sunday Referee which in addition to its extensive coverage of the news, also published articles by literary, philosophical and artistic contributors including Aldous Huxley, Bertrand Russell, Osbert Sitwell and Walt Disney (who published his cartoon strip "Silly Symphonies" in the paper each week).
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