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    This is the film I watched no end of times in the eighties. Anyone else seen this? Favourite quotes from this I liked was:- Life is pain, pain is everything, you will learn, teacher teacher, I am the future.

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    dont think ive ever seen this but gregorys girl is one i can watch over and over.
    its good fun with out going to far.




    Quote Originally Posted by Beach Life View Post
    This is the film I watched no end of times in the eighties. Anyone else seen this? Favourite quotes from this I liked was:- Life is pain, pain is everything, you will learn, teacher teacher, I am the future.

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    FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beach Life View Post
    This is the film I watched no end of times in the eighties. Anyone else seen this? Favourite quotes from this I liked was:- Life is pain, pain is everything, you will learn, teacher teacher, I am the future.

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    Remember this film very well, loved the Alice Cooper song as the theme tune. The sequels were not too good though.

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    Gregory's Girl.

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    Fernandel

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    Fernand Joseph Désiré Contandin (8 May 1903 – 26 February 1971), better known as Fernandel, was a French actor and singer. Born in Marseille, France, he was a comedy star who first gained popularity in French vaudeville, operettas, and music-hall revues. His stage name is the diminutive form of his first name in Occitan.
    In 1930, Fernandel appeared in his first motion picture and for more than forty years he would be France's top comic actor. He was perhaps best-loved for his portrayal of the irascible Italian village priest at war with the town's Communist mayor in the Don Camillo series of motion pictures. His horse-like teeth became part of his trademark.
    He also appeared in Italian and American films. His first Hollywood motion picture was 1956's Around the World in Eighty Days in which he played David Niven's coachman. His popular performance in that film led to his starring with Bob Hope and Anita Ekberg in the 1958 comedy Paris Holiday.
    In addition to acting, Fernandel also directed or co-produced several of his own films.
    Fernandel died from lung cancer and is buried in the Cimetière de Passy, Paris, France.

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    I can watch this film over and over. It does in no way spoil it by having the subtitles. BTW I am not an OAP for knowing about this film I am not over the hill yet!

    This is another film (more up to date!) that I can watch frequently:-

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    another i watch regular is contamination which stars ian mcCulloch.
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    Tiger Bay great black & White film from 1959

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    Quote Originally Posted by amethyst View Post
    Tiger Bay great black & White film from 1959
    I love black and white movies !!

    I’ve seen some new movies are releasing black and white versions !

    I actually prefer them !

    Logan, director James Mangold says a black and white version is coming because positive responses to the moody photos he shot on set, which he posted on Twitter and the film's official Instagram, @wponx. ... It's safe to say that, for the most part, color is inconsequential to the story in Logan




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    Quote Originally Posted by amethyst View Post
    Tiger Bay great black & White film from 1959
    On telly yesterday...John mills and daughter Hayley
    ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN THE NEXT HALF HOUR.

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