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    Don't laugh. The Mouse and His Child. I don't think this has been released on DVD yet.

    I also like the Secret of Nimh but that's not embarrassing.

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    Plan 9 from Outer Space. A real shocker
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    There are no films I'm embarrassed to say I like - one of my all time Favorite films is Dirty Dancing which is hardly the most masculine of films but I will have strong words with anyone who tries to diss it

    Having said that there is a whole genre of films that I would be embarrassed if i was caught watching them ........ I'll leave it there
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    I like Hudson Hawk but I'm not embarrassed about it!
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    Cringingly Howard The Duck God Knows Why

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    Watched Wonderful Life on Talking Pictures TV.Filmed in 1964 a musical starring,Cliff Richard & Shadows also starring Melvyn Hines,Susan Hampshire,Una Stubbs it was filmed on location Las Palmas Gran Canaria

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    Quite a lot of Disney kids films.
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    Spiceworld: The Movie, it's fun fee lgood film that managed to encapsulate the late 1990s very well, with plenty of quirky cameos too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard1978 View Post
    Spiceworld: The Movie, it's fun fee lgood film that managed to encapsulate the late 1990s very well, with plenty of quirky cameos too.
    Yes, Michael Barrymore was one of those cameos - did he play a porter or something?

    It does seem strange for Victoria Beckham to be credited by her maiden name of Adams as it was made prior to her marriage to David - she has always adopted her married name, probably because Beckham is more distinct than Adams is. Also, the Spice Girls look a lot closer to how they looked when the group was formed the previous year - these days, they would look so different.
    Telling it almost exactly like it was so many years later - and proud of doing so!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amethyst View Post
    Watched Wonderful Life on Talking Pictures TV.Filmed in 1964 a musical starring,Cliff Richard & Shadows also starring Melvyn Hines,Susan Hampshire,Una Stubbs it was filmed on location Las Palmas Gran Canaria
    Can't find a cliff film with that title Amehyst....wonderful life starred James stewart.
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