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Joe Cheepnis Mar 10
Replying to @TalkingPicsTV
Anything with in is definitely worth checking out. πŸ‘
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Danse Macabre ~ wearing masques since 2006 Sep 11
Celebrating in Hammer's Phantom of the Opera ('62)
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Episodes of Death Nov 14
Replying to @epsofdeath
Watch The Dark Tower on Youtube at this link (don't worry, it's not really 3 hours - for some weird reason the film plays twice). Or just hit play and let us talk you through it!
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Alvin Rakoff Oct 29
On the set of Passport to Shame starring Herbert Lom and Diana Dors.
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Scott Jun 22
Replying to @DJ_Musicologist
" of the " is a 1989 directed by and starring + + . Screenplay was written by based upon the 1842 of the by 🎭
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Alan Parker πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Aug 9
Replying to @TalkingPicsTV
Brilliant! Haven't seen 'Dual Alibi' since the early 60s! The late great playing the parts of twin brothers! Well done !
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Joe Cheepnis Mar 13
The and scenes in The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976) are freakin' hilarious. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜… was a
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cinematic enthusiast 18 Nov 19
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Ingrid Thulin Nov 2
Ingrid Thulin and Herbert Lom in "Return from the ashes" (1965).
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Chynna Moore May 22
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Sibling Cinema Sep 11
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Dee Dee May 10
The Return of the Pink Panther 1975 Inspector Jacques Clouseau makes Atilla the Hun look like a red cross volunteer … ….Classic ….
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#SussexSquad #InspiredByMeghan #InspiredByHarry Jul 18
. Saw 1966 on tv. Said "Let me watch it for 30 minutes"....2 hours letter I am down the heist 'rabbit hole' fascinated by the trio.
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#SussexSquad #InspiredByMeghan #InspiredByHarry Jul 17
Replying to @oldhollywood21
(a)oldhollywood21 [RT (above) What is ur pick for the best movie/movies? {My vote goes to 1956}. Stanley Kubrick's most underrated films ] 1966
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Joe Cheepnis Feb 13
Replying to @TalkingPicsTV
The Doctor of 😎
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Angus Kohm Oct 10
Mark of the DevilΒ (1970) by "This vomit bag and the price of one admission will enable you to see... the first film rated V for violence." "Banned In Many Countries"
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films and filming Sep 10
Herbert Lom & Udo Kier in Michael Armstrong's 'Mark of the Devil' (1970) - f&f 01/73
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Ayshea Aysh Aug 21
Current watch 🎬 #1961 @ Manchester, United Kingdom
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Peter Winning 7 Nov 19
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Chynna Moore May 21
"Hopscotch" (1980). Simple, snappy, sharp, and plenty of fun, thanks to its great cast, Ronald Neame's direction, and Brian Garfield and Bryan Forbes' screenplay, all moving along at a swift pace.
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