The Big Picture,      by Jack Searle and Craig Muir
A comprehensive history of cinema-going and cinemas in Dundee. In the 1930s Dundee was one of the most cinema crazy cities in the United Kingdom. This copiously illustrated book has two strands - the buildings in which films were shown and the people involved in the showing of them. The Big Picture covers the period from the very beginning when films were shown in tents and variety theatres to the all-digital films and cinemas of today. The book is available at £11.99 (add £1.40 for post and packing). It can be ordered on-line from firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on Tel No. 01382 641316
Dundee Cinemas,      by Denis Naulty
A personal account of the story of the movies' development in Dundee from 1896 to the end of the 20th century. Now out of print
Dundee City Centre Closes,      by Andrew Nicoll
A CD is available of the report of a survey of the major city centre closes in Dundee. This was commissioned by the Trust to investigate their potential for improvement. The CD is available, price £5.
Dundee Civic Trust 1973-2008,      by Jack Searle
This is a short history of the Trust, from its inception by a small group of citizens concerned about the pace of demolition in 1960s Dundee and through to the first decade of the 21st century.
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