In the first book-length consideration of the topic for sixty years, Kevin Donnelly examines the importance of music in British film, concentrating both on musical scores, such as William Waltons score for Henry V (1944) and Malcolm Arnolds music for The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), and on the phenomenon of the British film musical.
100 Film Musicals: J. Gibbs, Doug Pye
The Hollywood Film Musical: Barry Keith Grant
American Film Musical Themes and Forms: Michael Dunne
International Film Musical: Corey K Creekmur, Linda Y Mokdad