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The first Moviedrome logo seen here in 1988
|Genre||Cinema, cult film|
Alex Cox (1988–1994)|
Mark Cousins (1997–2000)
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of seasons||13|
|No. of episodes||207|
|Original release||8 May 1988– 9 July 2000|
Moviedrome was a British television cult film series, produced by the BBC and transmitted on BBC2 from 8 May 1988 to 9 July 2000. Its remit was to broadcast a selection of cult films each with an introduction, first by film director Alex Cox and later by film critic Mark Cousins. During its run, 207 different films were shown, including Witchfinder General, Sweet Smell of Success, Logan's Run, 200 Motels, The Wicker Man, La Haine, and All That Heaven Allows.
- "Moviedromer". Moviedromer. tumblr. Retrieved 27 September 2017.
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