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Old 12-11-2014, 03:06 AM
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Wizard of Gore
10 Rilington Place
Murder Set Pieces
The Rise of Leslie Vernon
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Portrait of Jennie
Random Harvest
No Highway in the Sky
The Haunting
The Green Man
Green for Danger
The Devil Rides Out
The King and I (musical version)
Oliver
My Fair Lady
A Man For All Seasons
The Cat and the Canary
All the Roger Corman horror films
The Blue Dahlia
While I Live
The Glass Mountain
Thank goodness someone else loves "Portrait of Jennie".
I have been talking up this wonderful movie for years, with mixed results.
Many eyes glaze over when I give a rough synopsis of the plot.

It is available on Amazon for £2.90.
Go on, give it a try!
You will be talking about it for years.
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Old 12-11-2014, 04:36 AM
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Hello Jeff. Good Lor'! A Sim fan. Hmmm.

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"Madam please remove yourself from my desk, my telephone, my chair."
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In Green for Danger there is a bit where a doctor says something like "Actually with nitrous oxide, it's the impurities that cause the laughter" and Sim says that the same thing applies in the music halls.
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The man liked his scarves. I remember watching Hue and Cry at Saturday Morning pictures. Some great shots of the blitz ravaged London.

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Hi Barn

I saw "Portrait" as a kid. It made an impression.
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Another Sim film was Cottage to Let. I think that one had George Cole, a protégé of Sim's.
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http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xJxbaymZ7K0
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I think they had similar footage in Passport to Pimlico.
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