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Vince1159

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32 minutes ago, Whofan said:

but no Hovis? Luton Airport? Martini? Black Magic? No Ologies? Prudential?

 

 

There are other compilations i suppose it's their own choice but some of the others are 30min's and more long so i thought i'd post this one...

 

This one's still a belter...

 

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For those of us of a certain age🙄

 

 

 

Trevor

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Incredible to think all the actors in this film were actually at Arnhem....

 

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2 hours ago, Vince1159 said:

There are other compilations i suppose it's their own choice but some of the others are 30min's and more long so i thought i'd post this one...

 

This one's still a belter...

Vince,

I confess I hadn't looked at the sources. Thanks for pointing that out, and I agree with you, Luton Airport is a belter.

 

I love the loo on her face after she says it!

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32 minutes ago, Whofan said:

I confess I hadn't looked at the sources.

Go onto youtube and put in  uk tv adverts  and there's some hilarious ones from the US there as well...

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Not exactly a classic but hearing the drums when you can't see anthing....

 

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The Good Life

 

 

 

Trevor Surbiton

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I'm a big lover of 40's American movies (and B Movies tbh) but the UK wasn't that far behind with gems like this....

 

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Classic scene from Blackadder.

 

 

 

Simon.

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3 hours ago, Max Headroom said:

The Good Life

 

And Fawlty Towers/Dads Army/Yes Minister/Porridge etc will never be made again because there's to many snowflakes that take offence....

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One of the all time great title sequences 

 

 

Pity that the programme itself was naff.

 

Trevor

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This is a great clip....

 

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Bullitt one of the best films of this type around despite it's age.

 

The cameo for me & I delight in watching it every time it comes up is.

 

Justin Tarr who plays the informant Eddy.  Just a brilliant cameo.

No movies just a picture. Sorry. But it is on the full movie.

 

Think I will watch again tonight. 6th time.

Laurie

 

http://SVCtRz.jpg

 

 

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23 minutes ago, Vince1159 said:

Great film Mr T,your Ferris Wheel reminded me of this....

 

1941 received some terrible reviews, and I don’t think it’s much thought of now, but I thought it was a great film then and now.

 

Thanks for the reminder!

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11 minutes ago, Whofan said:

1941 received some terrible reviews, and I don’t think it’s much thought of now, but I thought it was a great film then and now.

 

Thanks for the reminder!

It did and i can't understand why,my favourite scene is the dance....

 

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4 hours ago, LaurieS said:

Bullitt one of the best films of this type around despite it's age.

 

The films age is everything Laurie (the older they are the better they are),cars were limitless then so there was no need for pointless and needless CGI and stunt drivers earned a living....The film American Graffiti,the race at Paradise Road,Falfa's Chevy was an unused stunt car from Two Lane Blacktop (ask someone to wreck a Tri Chevy these days and watch them burst into tears)...

 

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For our overseas readers, Blue Peter was (and still is) a children’s tv programme and this line up of John Noakes, Peter Purvis and Valerie Singleton is the definitive line up.

 

Trevor

 

 

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53 minutes ago, 593jones said:

Great scene from a great film:

 

 

Could not agree more. The first part of Lean's film is out of this world.

 

Saw the film in London when it first came out. The cinema had the first wide screen & it was very wide

On TV it has been shortened.

 

The cinema was wired up with 6 sound tracks. Just incredible.

 

The best scene is in the desert among the mountains where Lawrence meets Omar Sheriff .

 

The music by Maurice Jarre the Frenchman is just out of this world. The sound track effects just something else..

 

Unfortunately the second half of the film, after the icecreams, was not as effective.

 

Peter O'Toole was just magnificent.

 

Laurie

 

 

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47 minutes ago, LaurieS said:

Peter O'Toole was just magnificent.

"Doesn't that hurt?"

"Of course it hurts. The trick is not MINDING that it hurts..."

 

best,

M.

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I've never seen that film so i'll have to sort it out ASAP although i've heard and read good reviews (im guessing that Maurice Jarre is Jean Michel's dad)....

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