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Quote from: Ignatius_S on October 12, 2021, 07:17:21 PMMade at the same time as A Private Function and funds from the latter's budget were pumped into Water when costs spiralled - Handmade thought Water was going to be be a big hit
Quote from: A Hat Like That on October 24, 2021, 10:23:40 PMSecret Army episode 5 - just shouted at telly at the scene near the end in the cafe. (Young Paul Copley, there, which was nice) As far as I can tell, Lifeline's record is: 0 airman rescued, 8 or so caught, 1 actively handed in by the cafe owner, 4 shot by the Germans, 1 murdered by Lifeline themselves. Not entirely sure what side they're on.
Quote from: A Hat Like That on October 28, 2021, 04:30:47 PMJust realised that Allo Allo might have been taking firm aim at this.
Quote from: kaprisky on October 29, 2021, 03:02:18 PMThe Gods Must Be Crazy is on this Saturday night. Watch along with a customary bottle of Coca-Cola.
Quote from: kaprisky on January 07, 2022, 09:35:26 AMThe Outer Limits (1963-65) starts tonight.
Quote from: Blumf on January 07, 2022, 09:35:08 PMThanks. That was a nice one.Can't quite figure out the effect on the visitor. There was some negative film, but there were some dots on him that seemed like focus blurring, but too sharp.
Quote from: kaprisky on March 09, 2022, 05:42:58 PMThe Offence (1973) was on at the weekend and is repeated tonight.
Quote from: kaprisky on March 09, 2022, 05:42:58 PMThe Offence (1973) was on at the weekend and is repeated tonight
Quote from: Ignatius_S on October 29, 2021, 03:40:27 PMIt's often said that's the main influence or what was being spoofed but Jeremy Lloyd, who came up with the idea for 'Allo 'Allo says that he hadn't seen the series as he wasn't in the country when it was shown and the series was sending up all manner of wartime films and series. I can certainly see how he would have got the idea without seeing Secret Army, but that doesn't mean that he would have been unaware of the show's popularity or that pitching that type of sitcom when that series was in the public's consciousness.
Quote from: Norton Canes on March 17, 2022, 03:07:34 PMNot Talking Pictures, but it sounds like it should be: Netflix (UK) currently has Killing Dad (Or How To Love Your Mother), a 1989 British comedy starring Richard E. Grant and Julie Walters, among a cast of many other renowned British thesps. According to the Wiki:"Killing Dad is a 1989 British black comedy film adapted from Berg, a 1964 novel by the British experimental writer Ann Quin. It stars Richard E. Grant as Alistair Berg, a man who travels to a seaside town intending to murder the father who abandoned him and his mother many years earlier, and is now living in a dilapidated hotel with a much younger woman"Also:"Grant's book With Nails: The Film Diaries of Richard E. Grant, which covers most of the films he appeared in between 1987 and 1994, makes no mention of the film, though his personal website quotes him as describing it as 'a flick that played one week in the West End and then went straight to video' and that his hairstyle in it is 'the best thing about the film'"Sounds like a must-watch!
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