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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Deep throat.
    Is that the one that starts on a train ?
    If so, Iím sure I saw it at the Classic on Nicolson Street


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    Quote Originally Posted by hibeg View Post
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    Is that the one that starts on a train ?
    If so, Iím sure I saw it at the Classic on Nicolson Street
    With a train surely? 😲

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donegal Hibby View Post
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    Lately the only type of movie's I want to watch are the old classic's , I've watched " The Guns of Navarone" and " Rio Bravo " both I've watched many times before but still enjoy them from time to time. Which got me wondering what old classic movies do you all enjoy going back too ?
    I've just went through a spell of watching all of Elvis's films. All thirty-three of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edina Street View Post
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    I've just went through a spell of watching all of Elvis's films. All thirty-three of them.

    Your condition sounds serious, and I'm sure if you speak to your doctor he'll offer some specialist therapy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith_M View Post
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    Your condition sounds serious, and I'm sure if you speak to your doctor he'll offer some specialist therapy.
    Might have a wooden heart.

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    Your condition sounds serious, and I'm sure if you speak to your doctor he'll offer some specialist therapy.
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    Might have a wooden heart.
    Actually, in my household it is not me that is the Elvis fanatic. The fanatic is a female. I just watched them with her. However some of his films were quite good actually.

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    The Killing Fields
    The Deer Hunter
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    Starman with Jeff Bridges, best sci-fi film ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty Boop View Post
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    The Killing Fields
    The Deer Hunter
    Apocalypse Now
    Great films.

    The Killing Fields affected me for literally years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Great films.

    The Killing Fields affected me for literally years.
    Visiting them is something Iíll never forget and definitely plan on doing again soonish. I hadnít seen the film or known anything about it until I was actually in the country and advised to go and see the place.

    I actually thought I preferred Ďfirst they killed my fatherí (subtitles and directed by Angelina Jolie I think). Having seen the killing fields a second time Iím maybe not so sure - both really good films.

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    The long good Friday, remastered.

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    The long good Friday, remastered.
    Very good film , one I must look out to watch again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Great films.

    The Killing Fields affected me for literally years.
    Deer Hunter probably affected me more than any other film I ever watched as I was young and had loads of mates when I watched it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donegal Hibby View Post
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    Very good film , one I must look out to watch again
    Was on Film 4 last night

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    Quote Originally Posted by BS44 View Post
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    Starman with Jeff Bridges, best sci-fi film ever!

    Probably has the most atmospheric music of any sci-film and is also quite an emotional experience.

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    I can't bring myself to classify anything from the 1970s as 'old' nor maybe even the end of the 1960s (therefore excluding 'Where Eagles Dare' which remains insanely good despite having seen it countless times)

    These are some I really enjoyed and have re-watched or would keep re-watching

    Touch of Evil,
    Lawrence of Arabia,
    the classic Oliviers - Wuthering Heights, Rebecca. Henry V, Hamlet, Richard III,

    some of the Akira Kurosawas - Seven Samurai, Throne of Blood, Rashomon, Yojimbo, The Hidden Fortress
    The Kurosawa films were a revelation the first time I saw them because they so obviously spawned Western remakes galore, including some familiar all-time classics,

    The 39 Steps (1935 release) - just a fast-paced rollicking thriller,
    and West Side Story. The recent remake was decent but the original trumps it in every regard.
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    My go to film is Casablanca and maybe the African Queen.

    Also a big fan of the old WW2 black and white classics.
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    My go to film is Casablanca and maybe the African Queen.

    Also a big fan of the old WW2 black and white classics.
    Watched ' Ice cold Alex ' last night been awhile since I watched it . Good film imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by offshorehibby View Post
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    My go to film is Casablanca and maybe the African Queen.

    Also a big fan of the old WW2 black and white classics.
    Cassablanca is a superb movie, the scene where Madeleine Lebeau stands up and sings the Le Marseilles always brings a tear to my eyes it such a powerful scene

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