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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pickard View Post
    Thanks to you both.



    Jon, I don't recall seeing any, but when I get a chance I'll take another look.
    Jon, I just finished going through a year of Kine Weekly, which covered the entire production of "OLIVER!" at Shepperton, and unfortunately came up with nothing, sorry.

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    I'm always amazed at the new photos that keep appearing.

    This is a new "Oliver!" to me to me at any rate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pickard View Post
    Jon, I just finished going through a year of Kine Weekly, which covered the entire production of "OLIVER!" at Shepperton, and unfortunately came up with nothing, sorry.
    Ah well. I wish I had more to go on. Thank you for taking the time to have a look though. :)

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    Great poster for The Killing of Sister George, Stephen. I remember showing that as the top half of a double bill with They Shoot Horses, Don't They? way back in 1971.

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    I started watching "Crooks and Coronets" two weeks ago and this has reminded me I never got to the end of it. It had totally slipped my mind.

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    Interesting to see the snippet about 'Mary Stuart' with Mia Farow as the Queen and Oliver Reed as Bothwell, now there is a fascinating if only...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony McKay View Post
    I started watching "Crooks and Coronets" two weeks ago and this has reminded me I never got to the end of it. It had totally slipped my mind.
    I'd be interested to hear what you think of it. It's a movie that has been on my watch list for years (purely out of affection for some of the cast and crew) without ever getting close to the top

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    I've finished "Crooks and Coronets", the overall impression is of an overambitious Children's Film Foundation product. On the plus side it does not go overboard on Yanks in Britain cliches. Telly Savalas is by far the best actor of the bunch and makes the film better than it deserves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony McKay View Post
    I've finished "Crooks and Coronets", the overall impression is of an overambitious Children's Film Foundation product. On the plus side it does not go overboard on Yanks in Britain cliches. Telly Savalas is by far the best actor of the bunch and makes the film better than it deserves.
    Thanks Anthony, I think it might stay in the pile for a bit yet

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    Love that ad, Stephen

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