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    Senior Member Country: England faginsgirl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by midnight sheep View Post
    My aunt who passed away a few years ago at 94, was an old friend of Cherry London who played Molly..
    She always watched the film when it came on which was quite often.
    Lovely!

    I do like this film, I always enjoy the bright colours in thise era of film too. They don't make them like they used to!

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    Senior Member Country: England darrenburnfan's Avatar
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    All the modern colour films I've seen look so colourless; dark and dreary compared to the old Technicolor and all have a yellowy-brown tint about them, even the outdoor scenes, where they either can't wait around for the sun to come out (because time is money), or they want to save on electricity by having practically no lighting. They look terrible!

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    Blanche Fury, can be seen on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOfiLymy-Kg

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    The pages have been scanned from The British Film Annual 1949, which covers all the releases of British films for 1948.








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    Quote Originally Posted by darrenburnfan View Post
    [CENTER]The pages have been scanned from The British Film Annual 1949, which covers all the releases of British films for 1948.
    Darrenburnfan, some great images, from the 1949 British Film Annual, do you know if Blanche Fury, is available on DVD, other than on the following DVD Box Set - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stewart-Gran...tewart+granger

    Whenever I see Valerie Hobson, I can't help, but think of the Profumo Scandal.

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    Senior Member Country: England darrenburnfan's Avatar
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    Thanks, Billy. I bought the Stewart Granger box set some time ago and then later on was able to get a standalone region free DVD of Blanche Fury from an eBay seller in America that he probably copied from the Australian DVD, where it has been released as a standalone DVD. As yet, there is no official standalone DVD release of Blanche Fury in either the UK or the US.

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    It is available from Amazon as this Region 4 DVD. And the price isn't too bad for the three films included.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Classic-Mati...s=blanche+fury

    Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Dando View Post
    It is available from Amazon as this Region 4 DVD. And the price isn't too bad for the three films included.
    In the title of that page they say Region 4, but further down the same page they say Region 1

    Let's play Region Roulette

    Steve

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    Senior Member Country: England darrenburnfan's Avatar
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    As the 3-disc set averages out at around �2:30 per disc, the quality of the transfers may not be very good. Buyer beware.

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    Hi Darren,

    Pretty cool thread. Love the B&W pictures that you have posted. I love Stewart Granger movies ... he has an air about him. I think my first exposure to him was "The Magic Bow, 1946" and of course "Scaramouche, 1952".

    G!

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