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The History of Mr. Polly (1949)
Nice film.about a nice chap
He wasn't tough enough - hence his misery with Miriam. He was happy to sit back and watch the world go by and I'm glad he ended up basically doing that. I trust he didn't marry the landlady!
The Saint: The Latin Touch (1962)
One - I'd have been inclined to grant the reprieve and trust to his being kept in jail.
Two - Suzan Farmer "dumpy"? I got her mixed up with Elizabeth Montgomery!
The Raven (1963)
Hilarious horror comedy
Saw it for first time in decades - better than I remembered. I had a soft.spot for Bedlo - Craven should really have restored him. In fact, pity they couldn't do a sequel.
Get Back (1992)
Wish it had gone on longer
Ended at the point when things were hotting up. Would Martin and Loretta have ever got back to the top? And what of Jojo in the future? Anyone have any idea what became of the actress who played her?
West Side Story (2021)
Just saw it.
The original was better in every way. It even looked better. All changes were for the.worse. You can't improve on perfection so why try?
I admit to being glad that there doesn't seem to have been any dubbing this time.
On the Up (1990)
Neither bad nor great
Curious as to how they get together in the first
place. Sorry for Stephanie in that I don't approve of boarding schools but couldn't resist wondering - Tony once lost his temper and spanked his wife. How come he restrained himself with his daughter?
Ridley Road (2021)
Not a bad series
Or really accurate historically. There was never
any kind of political threat from the likes of Colin Jordan as his electoral performances later proved. Nor did the NSM ever have many members. And in no way could Rockwell have been described as a respected politician !
Nor did Jordan.have any children .
The Real Charlie Chaplin (2021)
Just saw it
Excellent and revealing documentary with things I'd never come across before. Especially the FBI allegation that he was a homosexual!
He was a genius who brought pleasure to the world . That more than.makes up for any faults he may have had offscreen.
Just one observation
If Mrs. Ingalls had washed any child of mine's mouth out, I'd have done something very drastic to her. Mrs Oleson as a teacher would have been - interesting!
Unfortunately there were all too many Applewoods around then - and will be whenever they're allowed to use corporal punishment at their own discretion.
Grange Hill: Episode #4.8 (1981)
Miss Lexington to Duane. Couldn't she have told Bullet to shoot himself or something?
Albion Market (1985)
Don't remember it very well.but didn't Malcolm Hebden play a character named Oliver Shawcross? I got £3 for a letter in the Daily Star suggesting Helen Shapiro's Viv as Den's new lover in East Enders.
Ships with Wings (1941)
I doubt the historical accuracy but it wasn't supposed to be a documentary! Just good action packed adventure movie .
I still say Dick shouldn't have let Celia turn his head!
Value for Money (1955)
Just saw it
And enjoyed it. Would like to see films like it today - especially with the colour they used then. Looking at the blokes' wives I don't blame them for chasing showgirls!
Slightly unconvincing in that I believe that James would have supported the "Belfast crowd" in real life. Oh - in the first series it was said that Mrs. Bridges was a widow. In this episode that she'd never been married- Mrs was just a courtesy title.
Deserves all the praise it's had
Immortal comedy almost impossible to fault. Britain not as it is, perhaps not as it was - but as it should be! Who knows - perhaps it may be some day? Beautiful pleasant friendly people devoid of spite or nastiness.
Passport to Pimlico (1949)
Classic ealing comedy
As a libertarian Conservative, I was naturally on the rebels' side. The Whitehall spoilsports should have left one district of free enterprise in a sea of socialism; to me spivs were heroes of free enterprise.
Past their best
They weren't as good as they'd been but still better than any other double act. This film was too plot heavy but held my attention for at least an hour and made me laugh. What more could one want from a comedy? They should definitely have been put into an MGM musical.
Robin Hood (2018)
Stick to Errol.Flynn
Or Richard Greene Richard Todd Patrick Bergin Kevin Costner ..but avoid this PC rubbish best described as Edward D. Wood with CGI! As for the costumes and dialogue...
Any connection between this film and.any kind of historical reality is purely coincidental !
Sons of the Desert (1933)
Their absolute best
Couldn't have been better! Felt sorry for Ollie having a nagging shrew of a wife. One.thing I'd like to know - why were neither they or.any of their films ever.nominated for Oscars?
Would have liked to see a sequel with Charlie visiting his sister!
Man Alive: Six of the Best (1967)
Just saw clip on timeshift
Would rather like to know what became of that appalling Lavery family!
Happy Days (1974)
Nine for early seasons
Apart from jumping the shark, it lost credibility by turning Fonzie into something more than human. Garage owner yes. Partner in restaurant credible. Dean of boys at high school - incredible! Also got too preachy with the years - to put it bluntly, Fonzie should have smoked and stayed tough.
based on first four episodes
How did it end? And have. ITV heard of innocent until proven guilty?
Family Ties: Birthday Boy (1984)
The ex-hippy who was presumably smoking dope at 18 objecting to her son having a drink! America's anti- youth culture disgusts me .
Heaven Can Wait (1943)
The lubitsch touch
I now fully understand why Billy Wilder looked up to him. A suave Satan listening to the
tale of a self- confessed sinner who turns out to not have sinned that much! I suppose there were actors who could have done a better job than Don Ameche but why quibble? I can see what he saw in Gene Tierney and why she wanted to get away from her superbly - played parents but not what.she could have seen in Albert the pompous prat! Charles Coburn as the Van Cleeve who- shall we say skipped a generation?- is his usual scene-stealing self.