James Bond makers MGM to vote on rescue deal

Creditors of the troubled film production company MGM are to vote on whether or not to accept a rescue deal.

The film studio, which made The Wizard of Oz and Gone with the Wind, and which now owns the James Bond franchise, is $4bn in debt and is facing bankruptcy.

Kathy Harcombe looks back at MGM's golden years and its fall from glory.

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