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    Just finished Knightfall on Netflx, not bad, at all.
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    Light up the sky. 1960.

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    The sea shall not have them. 1954.
    Michael Redgrave and Dirk Bogarde among others.
    Quite a good war film this...

    Worth a watch if you get chance



    Referring to the film's title,*NoŽl Coward said of the film's two male stars, "I don't see why not. Everyone else has.
    Lol.

    A fair amount of British stiff upper lippedness and a bit coward was flung in
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    The Long The Short And The Tall (1961)

    Good story this one with Barry Norman's dad directing. Laurence Harvey was a good actor but he plays Bamforth a bit too camp which ruins it a bit.
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    Bought this a few years ago as I had fond memories of this film but never got round to watching it - inspired by Grant, and an evening with the TV to myself...



    If there's one Carry On film Marco might like...
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    After Sid James's character was criticised for leering at some girls in Carry On Henry (1971), here his character was changed to the put-upon family man similar to the character he portrayed in the TV sitcom Bless This House.[1] In the next film Carry On Matron (1972) his character was preoccupied with thieving, but made odd suggestive comments to nurses (including one played by Jacki Piper, who played his daughter in this film). Sid's girl-chasing persona was fully reinstated for subsequent films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Bought this a few years ago as I had fond memories of this film but never got round to watching it - inspired by Grant, and an evening with the TV to myself...



    If there's one Carry On film Marco might like...
    Doesh it mentshun botteesh and fahrt gash, daddee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Bought this a few years ago as I had fond memories of this film but never got round to watching it - inspired by Grant, and an evening with the TV to myself...



    If there's one Carry On film Marco might like...
    Quite enjoyable film. Not a great one but has some good moments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Doesh it mentshun botteesh and fahrt gash, daddee?

    Marco.
    Indeed there are lots of bottom gags but not many fart ones! Plenty of innuendos as you'd expect!

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    I know... It's disappointing that in general Brits don't find farts funny, whereas Italians... Check this out for a giggle:





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