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British Lost and Forgotten Films of the Past…

Good Morning Boys 1937 (US: Where There’s a Will) Will Hay just has to be the best classic vintage comic actor for me. I must have just about all of his films on DVD. Not so much a lost or … Continue reading

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Where’s That Fire?

Where’s That Fire? Considered to be a lost film for many years until channel 4 unearthed a single dusty copy just a few years ago and subsequently broadcasted after a hasty make-over. Now it’s available lovingly restored to DVD and … Continue reading

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Interesting Movies From The Past…

Buggleskelly Today… Buggleskelly Today… The year of 1937 began the birth of Buggleskelly, the mythical Irish railway station set on a stretch of disused line near Basingstoke in Hampshire England. The setting was for the film Oh, Mr. Porter starring … Continue reading

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Buggleskelly Today…

Buggleskelly Today… The year of 1937 began the birth of Buggleskelly, the mythical Irish railway station set on a stretch of disused line near Basingstoke in Hampshire England. The setting was for the film Oh, Mr. Porter starring Will Hay, … Continue reading

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The Gainsborough Film Studios

The Gainsborough Film Studios at Islington North London prior to their redevelopment in 2002. Many famous British films were made here during the 1930’s with many of the stars of that time, including Will Hay, Arthur Askey, The Crazy Gang, … Continue reading

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