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Three VHS copies of LEO - The Automatic Office (referred to throughout the collection as 'The LEO Film'), made in 1957 for LEO Computers Ltd by FHP Films (Film House Productions).
Director: Colin Bell
Cameraman: W.D. Williams
Editing: Peter B. Dunbar
Sound Recording: John Cape
This exhibit has a reference ID of CH55717. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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