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    Would be very Interested in doing a trade for any of the titles if possible please:

    The Strange affair of Frankenstein [Documentary]
    Building the Perfect beast [Frankenstein documentary]
    The Watchtower [Documentary about Haunted RAF watchtowers] saw this sometime during the 1980's.
    CFF films

    I have a fair amount of rare TV and film to trade.

    Thank you.

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    Hi there
    I have quite a few CFF.

    Please send me a PM with your contact details and I'll send you my list.

    Can't help with the others I'm afraid.

    Cheers
    Paul

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    If The Strange Affair of Frankenstein is introduced by Bob Symes I think I have a copy of it made from a VHS which when I find it I could burn to DVD for you.

    I've just got to find it first then I'll PM you.

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    In chronological order, I have these CFF films:-

    Adventure In The Hopfields (CFF 1954) Mandy Miller, Melvyn Hayes, Dandy Nichols, Jane Asher, Anthony Valentine, Edward Judd.
    One Wish Too Many (CFF 1956) Anthony Richmond, Arthur Howard, Sam Costa, Rosalind Gourgey, Frank Hayden, Gladys Young.
    Adventures Of Hal 5 (CFF 1957) John Glyn-Jones, John Charlesworth, David Morrell, Kathleen Williams, William Russell.
    ABC Minor's Club ( (ABC Cinema 1960's CFF Trailer).
    It's Saturday (ABC Cinema 1960's CFF Trailer).
    Go Kart Go (CFF 1964) Dennis Waterman, Frazer Hines, Wilfrid Brambell, Pauline Challoner.
    The Magnificent Six And A Half: Kontiki Kids (CFF 1967).
    The Magnificent Six And A Half: Ghosts And Ghoulies (CFF 1967).
    The Magnificent Six And A Half: A Good Deed In Time (CFF 1968).
    Cry Wolf (CFF 1968) Judy Cornwell, Pat Coombes, Wilfred Brambell, Adrienne Corri, Ian Hendry, Janet Munro.
    The Magnificent Six And A Half: The Astronoughts (CFF 1969).
    Egghead's Robot (CFF 1970) Keith Chegwin, Roy Kinnear, Patricia Routledge, Richard Wattis.
    The Boy Who Turned Yellow (CFF 1972) Mark Dightam, Robert Eddison, Helen Weir, Brian Worth, Esmond Knight.
    A Hitch In Time (CFF 1978) Patrick Troughton, Michael McVey, Pheona McLellan, Sorcha Cusack.

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    Thank you all, I'll send you all a PM.

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    Yes thats the one bruiser15, that would be fantastic thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by bruiser15 View Post
    If The Strange Affair of Frankenstein is introduced by Bob Symes I think I have a copy of it made from a VHS which when I find it I could burn to DVD for you.

    I've just got to find it first then I'll PM you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monsterscud View Post
    Yes thats the one bruiser15, that would be fantastic thank you.
    I've PM'd you.

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