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  • #16
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    Ive been collecting these great films for years. I have 34 of them:

    1. Pop Pirates (1984)
    2. Black Island (1979)
    3. 4D Special Agents (1981)
    4. The Zoo Robbery (1973)
    5. The Firefighters (1975)
    6. Cry Wolf (1968)
    7. Terry On The Fence (1985)
    8. Sky Pirates (1977)
    9. Sammys Super T Shirt (1978)
    10. Glitterball (1977)
    11. The Boy Who Turned Yellow (1972)
    12. What Next? (1974)
    13. The Copter Kids (1974)
    14. The Battle Of Billys Pond (1976)
    15. Electric Eskimo (1979)
    16. One Hour To Zero (1976)
    17. Breakout (1983)
    18. The Camerons (1971)
    19. The Johnstown Monster (1971)
    20. On The Run (1968)
    21. Supersonic Saucer (1956)
    22. Masters Of Venus (1962)
    23. The Sky Bike (1967)
    24. Mr Horatio Knibbles (1971)
    25. The Flying Sorcerer (1973)
    26. Paganini Strikes Again (1973)
    27. Hijack! (1975)
    28. Robin Hood Junior (1975)
    29. Friend Or Foe (1982)
    30. Tightrope To Terror (1982)
    31. Haunters Of The Deep (1984)
    32. Out Of The Darkness (1985)
    33. The Boy With two Heads (1974)
    34. Betcher! (1971)

    Plus the 8 other offically released by network dvd.

    Anyone got Big Wheels & Sailor (1979) ???

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    • #17
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      They repeated a lot of the CFF films when I was a kid in the 80s and 90s. Glitter Ball was quite funny. Definitely remember that one. Silver flashing ball when he 'talked'. And he made a hole in lots of things especially a Corn Flake box-think he was hungry at the time...

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      • #18
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        Hi Richard,

        amazon.co.uk has 4 Saturday Morning Pictures DVD's with 2 CFF movies on each DVD.
        Netflix offer "The Monster at Highgate Ponds" (1961).
        amazon.co.uk has "Five on a treasure Island" and "Five have a Mystery to solve" on DVD, with great booklets. Then there is "Treasure at the Mill", great DVD with some bonus and also a great book!
        Atlas Films has a fewer newer CFF films, but they are not nearly as suspenseful as those from the fifties and sixties.

        Chrissie

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        • #19
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          childrens film foundation did some real good films.
          did they not also do series like kids of degrassi street.
          FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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          • #20
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            The Degrassi stuff was canadian

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            • #21
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              Originally posted by stud1al View Post
              The Degrassi stuff was canadian
              yes i know mate.
              i just thought childrens film foundation did both u.s and canadian films tv series.
              FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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              • #22
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                Perhaps they do.I have no idea.

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                • #23
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                  For any fans of the classic 'Sammy's Super T-Shirt' out there.
                  This link is to a downloadable transfer so you can print your own super t-shirt.
                  Wear with caution.

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                  • #24
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                    I hope im not breaking the forum rules by posting this if i am i am very sorry thetr is a group on yahoo for all things CFF Childrens Film Foundation these were films shown on saturdays on Saturdays tk kiDs this show was usualy a short a serial and a film of about 60 minutes the address is http://movies.groups.yahoo.com/group...undation_group

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                    • #25
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                      Hi guys. Found this thread as I'm looking for a copy of the flying sorcerer - cff production as my partner was one of the extras in the film and has never seen it. Part of it was filmed in Knebworth, that's where she was (in the background!) if anyone has a copy I could get hold of or knows where I could buy it, I'd be really grateful.
                      Thanks

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                      • #26
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                        For those that are interested, this has recently been released.
                        The DVD Includes: The Salvage Gang (1958), Operation Third Form (1966) & Night Ferry (1976).
                        It's the first release in a series, and all the films have been newly transferred.
                        Looks like an awesome buy to me, i'm gonna try to get my girlfriend to buy it for me for Christmas.

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                        • #27
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                          There was another cff dvd released recently, it has sammys super tee shirt ....next dvd includes the boy who turned yellow, its on amazon at the moment.

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                          • #28
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                            I too just watch the Glitterball but would like to see all the films again Just by chance I came across film never seen THE FIREFIGHTERs does any body know if or when its out on dvd keep looking rob

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                            • #29
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                              Hi

                              I'm looking for the film One Hour to Zero and I see here you have found it. Where did you get it as you are the only person online I can find that has it! Thanks

                              Gavin

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                              • #30
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                                Looks like i will have to start buying the DVD'S. I used to love watching CFF films on CBBC back in the mid to late 80's, They called it "The Friday Film Special" I remember a film called Big Wheels and Sailor which had a Ford Transcontinental in it, only seen the film in full once but there is a 10 min clip on youtube. I would love to see it again in full.

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