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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Can't find a cliff film with that title Amehyst....wonderful life starred James stewart.
    Hi, no, that was It's A Wonderful Life. The Cliff one was a musical, unsurprisingly...
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    I can't imagine Sir Cliff appearing in a film these days - alas, age has finally crept up with him, and not surprising considering the stress he has had in the last couple of years.
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    Michael Barrymore played a drill sergeant putting them through boot camp.
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    A series of annime japanese films from studio ghibli there films include
    spirited away a masterpiece
    arrietty
    howls moving castle
    when marnie was there
    .kiki's delivery service
    my neighbour totoro

    and many others

    there stuff is fantastic.
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    I may have already posted this but after watching a few times with my granddaughters I NOW adore Frozen and Tangled !!


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    Not seen tangled but frozen i do really like.




    Quote Originally Posted by zincubus View Post
    i may have already posted this but after watching a few times with my granddaughters i now adore frozen and tangled !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by darren View Post
    Not seen tangled but frozen i do really like.
    Tangled is the story of Rapunzel shd the film is just perfect !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by darren View Post
    A series of annime japanese films from studio ghibli there films include
    spirited away a masterpiece
    arrietty
    howls moving castle
    when marnie was there
    .kiki's delivery service
    my neighbour totoro

    and many others

    there stuff is fantastic.
    I'm a big fan of Studio Ghibli's films, Princess Mononoke & Porco Rosso are among my favourites

    Here's me cosplaying as Porco Rosso.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard1978 View Post
    Michael Barrymore played a drill sergeant putting them through boot camp.
    I hope that he didn't drill into any hot spots.

    (one gets one's coat again...)
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    I didn't know that Porco Rosso wore yellow dungarees...
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