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    Amazing how many of the 'Shooting Now' films came to nothing and are long forgotten. Many of them were probably never even released.

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    Great uploads, Stephen and consistently interesting. I wonder if Rank's Pinewood Theatre 7 is still there. If it is, it'll most probably have gone all digital by now.

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    Was there any stills from Drac Has Risen?

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    Daarenburnfan: As far as I know Theater 5 is still there and I have no doubt that they are now equipped for digital projection.
    Paul: Sorry, no stills from DHRFTG.

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    Although he was apparently paid to do it, posed for some publicity photographs and agreed to a dummy of Dracula being made in his image (a portrait on a tapestry too in Castle Dracula, if I recall correctly), Bela Lugosi did not actually appear in Dracula's Daughter.

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    Sadly, Ken has a fair bit wrong...

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    Sadly, Ken has a fair bit wrong...
    Ken also says that Peter Cushing plays "the title role" in The Brides of Dracula although he doesn't mention how many of the brides Cushing appeared as.

    By the way - whatever happened to Happy Deathday directed by Henry Cass from a play by Peter Howard. That never seems to have been ever released.

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    The ABC Newport, when it originally opened in 1968, was billed as having the largest screen in South Wales, but that changed in the 1970s when it was tripled. It closed in 2008 and, although the shell of the building remains, it has since been converted into a Travelodge hotel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrenburnfan View Post
    The ABC Newport, when it originally opened in 1968, was billed as having the largest screen in South Wales, but that changed in the 1970s when it was tripled. It closed in 2008 and, although the shell of the building remains, it has since been converted into a Travelodge hotel.
    http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/3441

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