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Just Another Day


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with John Pitman. Six films which go behind the scenes of places which have become part of the British way of life. 3: Selfridges
The scene: Selfridges, the biggest shop in the West End of London. The players: 3,000 employees who are briefed to ' entertain the public, not just take their money'.
Maurice, the postman, is doing his Norman Wisdom act; Colin, the designer, is trying to get a camel to chew sideways, not up and down; and Karen is waylaying unsuspecting men to spray them with a product she has to promote.
Prowling, around the store are Bron and Olive, who look like a couple of housewives on a day out: they're after shoplifters and Bron has a reputation for always getting her man or wcanan, unless they're bigger than me Backstage, as always, is St4*; the goods liftman who says of -customers: 'They're all right. I meanpwe-. have to have them. It's as simpler that.'
Film cameraman JOilN (MDYER Film editor chRisttSB oabnbr Series. producers
Director ADAM CURTIS .'.
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Unknown: John Pitman.
Unknown: Norman Wisdom
Unknown: Henry Murray
Director: Adam Curtis

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