easter evening

#1 by Luís Caramelo , Mon Mar 28, 2016 3:30 pm

hi!all,last couple nignts,i screened some trailers,magnificent seven scope great escape in scope too,and two of my favorite features:

-goldfinger from derann
-seven brides for seven brothers great musical.


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RE: easter evening

#2 by Paul Browning , Mon Mar 28, 2016 3:59 pm

My favourite bond movie, everything just came together in this brilliant Bond adventure. I have this feature too, with the best Bond Sean, although I think George Lazenby was
very under rated in his only outing as Bond, he looked good on screen, just the right temperament for special agent 007, pity he upset the producers of the movie by not kissing
there backsides to get a job from them. Seven Brides Luis, what's that print like ?, two long movie's there, with a complete contrast of subjects too, sort of fast cars fast women dancing and singing, sounds like a great night out to me !!!!!!.


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#3 by Hugh Thompson Scott ( deleted ) , Mon Mar 28, 2016 5:27 pm

Just done my ridge tiles while weather was fine, I agree Paul, Lazenby was a great Bond, he looked the part, the film was funny,
great stunts and brilliant score, except he made a lot of enemies just through being big headed, he alienated the cast, including
his leading lady Diana Rigg! Funnily enough, Bruce Lee befriended him and had arranged a meeting with himself, Lazenby and
Raymond Chow, in Hong Kong, to make a follow up to "Enter the Dragon", as Lee had promised Lazenby a part in his next film, sadly not to be as Lee died that night.



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#4 by David Hardy ( deleted ) , Tue Mar 29, 2016 11:19 am

Yep! Lazenby was a great Bond. Much better for me than Roger Moore who for
me was / is always The Saint.
My problem I guess but his Bond was always Simon Templar.


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RE: easter evening

#5 by Luís Caramelo , Tue Mar 29, 2016 2:09 pm

hi! Paul,thanks for your comments,that.s right i,m wth you ,sean connery is the real bond,and goldfinger it,s deffenaly the best one,about seven brides for seven brothers,it,s indeed a great print good satured colors,great musical dence numbers and songs and Howard keel on great performence,they endeed are long features that,s why got them mounted in two 1200ft reel eatch one.


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#6 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Mar 29, 2016 2:13 pm

I have Seven Brides also, in fact there is a casual shot or two on here somewhere of it when I had no wallpaper ha ha.
It is on parity with many other great musicals released by Derann in that same mid 80's / early 90's period. Pre - Striped stock / Top film stock, a wonderful combo!!

Mine came to me on 3 x800ft spools.

This Mornings Fix! LOL

Tell a lie sorry, I did have wallpaper, just no screen or front curtains at the time after decorating!

Stunningly beautiful woman was Jane Powell as can be seen here.



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