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Gary Kemp Feb 9
Wonderful memories from Tom Courtenay on just now talking about Albert Finney. His voice so delicate and full of love for his dear friend. So moving.
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Sight & Sound Feb 17
gave Nottingham a great gift when he stepped into the role of Arthur Seaton… Neither his voice nor his place of origin had been served by the medium of cinema up to that time.” doffs her hat to a late local talisman ☞
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Mark Steyn Feb 9
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Ahead of the Curve Jul 25
Replying to @tcm
After Annie, jazz-up your “joy-da-vee-ver” by seeking-out 's mid-career hidden gem, (90) (4★), as unique a gangster film as released days prior, playing Irish boss Leo to loyal aide-de-camp, Tom (Byrne).
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Morrissey Indeed / The Smiths Presumably Aug 7
7 Aug 2011 - useful advice from /
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Robert Cotto Feb 9
Just watched this for the first time tonight in tribute to Great film. Keaton always amazes me. But, Finney is just so raw. Incredible. Overall, Alan Parker doesn’t get the credit he deserves. Some truly great work.
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timappelo Feb 8
can deliver a line: “Hate the critics? I have nothing but compassion for them. How can one hate the crippled, the mentally deficient, and the dead?”
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Bobby Rivers Feb 9
ERIN BROCKOVICH is on a Starz Channel. Ed just hired Erin. Man, how I love Julia Roberts and Albert Finney in this film.
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Nick Bradshaw Feb 17
“For over 60 years, ’s Arthur Seaton has been a talismanic point of comparison for the people of Nottingham… The pride he confers on a place so underserved cannot be overstated.” Very happy I knocked on ’s door for this obit
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EpegaMedia Feb 10
Replying to @BAFTA @TabHunterDoc
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Tony Pollard Feb 9
Like a good archaeologist l dug out my programmes.
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Titus Techera Feb 15
Me over at , writing in praise of . May he rest in peace & live on in our cinematic memories. I talk about his later years & recommend some worthwhile movies, beyond his celebrated performances.
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mark cousins Feb 9
I want to see Two For The Road on a massive screen this afternoon.
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BBC Radio Stoke Feb 20
Fancy some great tunes to brighten your Wednesday? ⁦⁩ has songs from ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩, ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩, a tribute to & the latest on ⁦
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Sabotage Films Apr 20
Almost forgot to mention - the excellent Albert Finney Talking Pictures in on BBC Two at 1.55pm, followed by Murder On The Orient Express at 2.25pm.
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Every Oscar Ever Jul 25
The great Albert Finney in the Best Picture winner "Tom Jones." The film, winner of four and recipient of 10 nominations from (including five for acting), is on tonight at 10:15pm as part of 's tribute.
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films and filming Jul 25
'Eddie (Albert Finney), whose dreams of becoming a Humphrey Bogart-type private eye turn into a reality, in 'Gumshoe', directed by Stephen Frears' - f&f 02/72
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J. Smith-Cameron Feb 10
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Australian Kitsch 🦘 Feb 9
The Ned Kelly that never was. In 1962 Albert Finney & director Karel Reisz announced plans for a feature film about the bushranger. But UK union demands blew out the budget so Columbia Pictures pulled the plug +
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Lauren Faust Feb 9
The movie "Annie" came out just after my father died of cancer when I was seven. I'll always have a soft spot for Daddy Warbucks. Thank you and rest well Albert Finney. <3
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