dead of night

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dead of night

Post by HUNTKILLBURYFINN » Thu Jan 12, 2006 4:11 am

cant remember who recomended this film to me but i knew it was a classic, its from 1945, kinder a series of unconnected stories that have been interwined together , i think each story is written by a famous writer hg wells people like that. but it was a top top film,dont think it was suposed to be funny but it had me cracking up! the accents in it are excellent, and the ending was superb!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! nearly tempted to do a remake, but i advise any one who hasnt seen it to get it soon as! probably be on tv or in the bargin buckets for dvd's:dsmoke: :dsmoke: :dsmoke:
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Post by DylanDog » Wed Jan 18, 2006 6:16 pm

It's been a long time since I've seen this, but I remember loving it. It's one I really should have in my collection, but everytime I'm placing an order, it somehow finds itself on the outside looking in.
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