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    Senior Member Country: UK Brief Encounter's Avatar
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    Just watched this and really enjoyed it - Margaret Lockwood is great! Any other fans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brief Encounter
    Just watched this and really enjoyed it - Margaret Lockwood is great! Any other fans?
    One here!!



    She was gorgeous.

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    Yes the Wicked Lady is a good film. One of the stars Griffith Jones died on 30/1/2007. Before the film could be released in the states some of Margaret Lockwood's scenes where her cleavage could be seen had to be reshot for the American market.

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    My friend Lawrie Knight used to drink with Griffith Jones. "Of course, they don't want sincere actors anymore!" Jones would complain after he'd had a few...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janice Healey
    Yes the Wicked Lady is a good film. One of the stars Griffith Jones died on 30/1/2007. Before the film could be released in the states some of Margaret Lockwood's scenes where her cleavage could be seen had to be reshot for the American market.
    What? Deeper or shallower?

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    Well this films on my DVD shelf so I agree its super tastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brief Encounter
    Just watched this and really enjoyed it - Margaret Lockwood is great! Any other fans?
    I'm a fan of Lockwood.



    This movie is very very good! I have it on disc, but have seen it in the boxset of Lockwoods films, so will get that soon. James Mason and Patricia Roc are also very good in their roles.

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    Just for all you fans out there with my compliments.




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    Well, this is going to shock you, but I LOVE this film!



    There's great chemistry between gorgeous Margaret Lockwood and fabulous James Mason, cracking supports by Patricia Roc and Michael Rennie, and Enid Stamp Taylor playing a brilliantly entertaining nemisis.



    Ms Lockwood is deliciously wicked to the bitter end!



    Add to that fab frocks, jewels and make-up and what more can you want?



    It's a feast!

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    I took a drive out to Barbara Worth's pad the other day. A beautiful place ...




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    Gosh, that looks just like my place.

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    I gotta see this place!



    Hey guys, I bet the best parts about this film was Margarets cleavegue!!



    I just kept on rewinding and pausing!!

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    Blickling Hall is about a 25 minute drive from my house.

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    I love the way 'merrie' is used as a codeword for hanky-panky - 'here's to our next merrie meeting'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MovieLover12
    I gotta see this place!
    Some more views of Blickling Hall. A friend of mine used to work there as a gardener.










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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim
    One here!!



    She was gorgeous.
    Here too! I love her!



    I was sorry she was killed off, as she was the best character in it! (I must do some fanfic on this…)

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    Quote Originally Posted by batman
    I took a drive out to Barbara Worth's pad the other day. A beautiful place
    The novel was actually loosely based on a 19C romantic legend that developed around Markyate Cell, when a hidden room was found. This was linked to the premature death of Catherine Ferrers, wife of one of the Fanshawes, in the 1660s, although there is no 17C evidence to support the story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverwhistle
    The novel was actually loosely based on a 19C romantic legend that developed around Markyate Cell, when a hidden room was found. This was linked to the premature death of Catherine Ferrers, wife of one of the Fanshawes, in the 1660s, although there is no 17C evidence to support the story.
    I was referring to Blickling Hall, where the exteriors of the film were shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by batman
    Some more views of Blickling Hall. A friend of mine used to work there as a gardener.
    Great stuff, Bats, thanks for the images!

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    silverwhistle - of course she was the best character! And the ending is pretty much there for the sake of it, it's almost a parody of a 'happy ending'.



    Seeing this film at the BFI in January was a fantastic experience. The audience were laughing every few minutes!



    Lots of innuendo to spot - Sir Ralph on the highwayman: 'the pistol in his hand gives him mastery'

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