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  • Richard1978
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    Zootopolis

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  • amethyst
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    Shirley Valentine

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  • Richard1978
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    Originally posted by amethyst View Post
    Thunderbirds are go 1966
    This seems to be on Film 4 quite often, though they don't seem to have the rights to Thunderbird 6.

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  • W1 Rover
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    A Bronx Tale
    ​​​​​​Just seems to get better each time I watch it.

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  • amethyst
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    Thunderbirds are go 1966

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  • amethyst
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    Originally posted by amethyst View Post
    Saturday Night Fever
    Brings back memories seeing this film in the cinema back in 1978

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  • amethyst
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    Saturday Night Fever

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  • amethyst
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    Hang Em High 1968

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  • yohann
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    There is a new channel for 70's 80's 90's lovers
    https://invite.viber.com/?g2=AQAHF67...HptJtVukIqifpo hvLgm8zAjEGEoR45KZ

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  • Richard1978
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    The Never Ending Story

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  • amethyst
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    Tombstone

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  • beccabear67
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    In the last month I've watched two Australian movies from the '70s, both directed by a Peter Weir who I'd not really heard of before. The first was Picnic At Hanging Rock (Director's Cut), and the other The Last Wave (starring Richard Chamberlain and an Aboriginal actor named Gulpilil). Both on Criterion 'label', and both very well made! The stories are very open ended and open to interpretation but visually they look great, and what effects there are were quite convincingly handled. The Last Wave is a bit like The Medusa Touch, they all have a touch of the old One Step Beyond to them.

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  • Moonraker
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    The Omen (1976)
    Then I watched the commentary to the film. It's amazing what you discover when the Director discusses scenes, events during filming and even the accounts. For example, the film cost $2.2 million and surprised everyone when it grossed over $60 million. This allowed Fox to provide the money for Star Wars.

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  • amethyst
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    Eiger Sanction 1975 with ClintEastwood

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  • W1 Rover
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    Jaws.....again!

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