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    Senior Member Country: England Harbottle's Avatar
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    Looking for this Alec Guinness film if anyone can help with a decent copy please get in touch, I have quite a number of items to select from in exchange. Thanks :)



    The Scapegoat (1959)

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    Can do.



    Drop me a note...



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    My word that was fast, many thanks Smudge! :-)

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    name='Harbottle'] My word that was fast, many thanks Smudge! :-)
    Fast? It took over 5 minutes to get a response



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    < have quite a number of items to select from in exchange>



    Don't I know it you film mad man!!!!

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    name='Steve Crook']Fast? It took over 5 minutes to get a response



    Steve


    Well the gaffer walked past just before, so I'd had to do some work instead of typing an instantaneous response...



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    By coincidence, I was reading about this very film last night. Apparently, Daphne Du Maurier (who wrote the book and co-produced the film) overturned MGM's wish to cast Cary Grant in the main double role. She went on to form a friendship with Alec Guinness, although his relationship with co-star Bette Davis was difficult. Robert Hamer had personal problems during the shoot, which meant Guinness had to play a role in directing the film.



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