Bill Douglas Centre
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Bill Douglas Centre information
A delightful homage to film and fun, the Bill Douglas Centre is a compact collection of all things celluloid, from magic lanterns to Mickey Mouse. Inside discover just what the butler did see and why the flicks are called the flicks. Among the mass of movie memorabilia are Charlie Chaplin bottle stoppers, Ginger Rogers playing cards, James Bond board games and Star Wars toys. It's set on the Exeter University campus, a mile northwest of the city centre.