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Peer in Focus
A profile of fashion photographer
Patrick Anson the fifth Earl of Lichfield
Described as one of the world's 10 best-dressed men, and one of Britain's most eligible bachelors, Patrick Anson has a traditional background of nannies, Harrow, and the Brigade of Guards. At the age of 33 he has reached the top of his profession as a fashion photographer both here and in America.
In this film he talks about his life and his work. ' It's all a matter of taste,' he says. ' You can learn all you need to know about technique in a matter of months.'
Among his friends who appear in the film are
Britt Ekland, David Bailey
Penelope Tree , Joanna Lumley Commentary by RENÉ CUTFORTH
Film cameraman MIKE DODDS Film editor KEITH JUDGE Producer REVEL GUEST


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