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    Hello, please be gentle with me as i'm a newbie here..

    But I have been trying for years now to find the tilte of a black and white film I watched many many years ago which featured a small boy, along with other children, who were playing in an abandoned RAF or Army station/barracks

    shortly after WWII and finds a loaded revolver in an office....?

    I have made myself a nusiance to all and sundry, asking if they remembered this film...but all to no avail....!



    anyone out there as daft as me?



    toodle pip!



    Ivan.

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    wow!! you see.... ask the right people!!

    Thank you very much my new friend..



    Knowledge and a good memory...unbeatable!



    Toodle Pip!

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    by the way, would this film and any of it's ilk be available on DVD?

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    Senior Member Country: UK CaptainWaggett's Avatar
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    I've bought from him (or her), though not this particular film. Seemed very reliable.

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    name='CaptainWaggett']I've bought from him (or her), though not this particular film. Seemed very reliable.


    It's young Maurice .... he is a pleasant and extremely reliable chap.

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    Thanks to all!

    I'm going to like this site...



    Ivan.

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    name='batman']It's young Maurice .... he is a pleasant and extremely reliable chap.




    Have also bought from him, very friendly and helpful seller.

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    Contacted Maurice and film is on it's way as we speak!!



    Nigh swan lads!



    Ivan.

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