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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pickard View Post
    Wow, when that first came out I went everyday for a week during the school holidays. I don't remember a shark in the film though, although there's one in the poster !

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    That's a reissue programme from 1969. I ran it in 1970, although the feature was originally released in 1955, the support was from a much later date.

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    Probably a second re-issue as Disney released their classics about every seven years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassidy View Post
    Wow, when that first came out I went everyday for a week during the school holidays. I don't remember a shark in the film though, although there's one in the poster !
    The Kinematograph Weekly (of 1969) wasn't the original design. Here IS the original from 1954

    http://www.moviepostermem.com/20000-...a-Poster/55598

    As you can see there are cameo portraits of the actors on the left. No shark, but you get an octopus.This particular year's re-release did not have a West End spring-board immediately previous, and the Winnie the Pooh support was a new construct in 1969.

    **Walt Disney studios did have a policy of up-dating their advertising material for re-releases in order to keep in with the modern print font of the times and to avoid the graphics having an old master painting feel also. Other re-releases of the period to follow this trend included In Search of the Castaways and Swiss Family Robinson.

    The shark might be considered a bit prescient, but earlier in 1969 Burt Reynolds had appeared in a shark-movie called, well, "Shark", and Disney's more family-comedy movie of the same twelve-month (1969-70) period "The Boatniks" did have a shark on the American-version of the poster.
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    At 48 minutes, a shark attacks the crew of the Nautilus:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pickard View Post
    At 48 minutes, a shark attacks the crew of the Nautilus:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pickard View Post
    It's on The Sky Disney Channel tonight at 10.20pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pickard View Post
    The death of MGM commences.

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    Sure Aubrey was a ruthless hatchet man, but with MGM having made such bad investments over the last year needed to do something and do it quickly. Watching just how long "Ryan's Daughter" has been dragging on has been like observing a gambler chasing a loosing streak. The only kind thing to do is for the manager to call it a night and show him the door.

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    WHAT'S ON IN LONDON......October 1969.......


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    WHAT'S ON IN LONDON......October 1959.......


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    Great What's On In London covers, Stephen and some more entertaining and interesting uploads.

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