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Thanks, broken screen now sorted. Bit of catching up to do !
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Well just started on season one of Starsky & Hutch. Not the greatest of the seventies cops shows, but certainly very entertaining. Couldn't turn down 22 50 minute episodes and a feature length pilot for the astounding price of £3.70 on Amazon (Uk region 2). Also bought season 3 for £3.50, another 23 episodes. Works out at about 20p/hour !!!
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That's quite tempting lol

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Suspiria (1977)

Not my favorite Argento flick but it´s a great easter witch movie [Cool]

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Grease- Its just fantastic the ultimate film that never ages, i let my 2 youngest see it for the first time and they loved it too, its amazing it just doesnt seem that old when you watch it!
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amaranth, great job!
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suspiria, had some wild carpeted walls, plus i liked that militant german woman and the soundtrack was kooky.
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I've always liked Suspiria because it is an "experience," with a capital E, with all that weirdness: the decor, the oversaturated Technicolor, the crazy soundtrack, the dubbing... [Smile] Even if you aren't a fan of it, you have to admit that you haven't seen anything like it.
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I watched Dog Day Afternoon last week. It was really good. Now on for my search for more of the 70's movies you all recommended!
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Oooo, HelenS, the original Wicker Man- wow- I don't even have words to describe how I feel about it. Let's just say I think it is a really strange weird movie. But still a good flick.
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i watched the phantasm awhile back, and didnt like it. couldnt figure out what the heck was going on story wise, what was the deal with the demon midgets?
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Another great series of films. Bargain in the UK (again) about £15 for a box set of the whole series with a bumber set of extras. Amazing that Don Coscarelli was only in his mid twenties when the first film was made.
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The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (1972). Joanne Woodward, Nell Potts, Roberta Wallach and Judith Lowry. A reclusive alcoholic boor of a single mother resides in a grubby home with her two daughters, to whom she is controlling as well as abusive. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Paul Zindel, who wrote the screenplay.
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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
That's quite tempting lol

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Great movie Helen. It certainly left an impression on me. A true masterpiece. A very different movie. Creativity has certainly taken a landslide since then [Smile] I love the usage of the masks in that movie.
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Lost Horizon (1973). Peter Finch, Liv Ullmann, Sally Kellerman, George Kennedy, Michael York, Olivia Hussey, Bobby Van, James Shigeta, Charles Boyer and John Gielgud. Survivors of a plane crash in the Himalayas are brought to the paradise of Shangri-La, where long life, immaculate health and absolute happiness are the standard. Based on the novel by James Hilton.
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The Ipcress File (1965)

In London, a counter espionage agent deals with his own bureaucracy while investigating the kidnapping and brainwashing of British scientists. -- IMDb

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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:

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Great movie. The ending still gets me.  -

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The big bird cage (1972) Pam Grier , Sid Haig- Actually not a bad movie, i thought it was going to be all nudity etc but it wasnt- Its about a womans jungle prison and Grier and Haig are revolutionaries that come to free the prisoners
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The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1962). Tom Courtenay, Michael Redgrave, Avis Bunnage, Alec McCowen, James Bolam, Joe Robinson, Dervis Ward, Topsy Jane and Julia Foster. A refractory youth who is serving an imprisonment term at a juvenile prison for theft from a bakery comes to gain the governor's respect let alone favour and is picked to take part in a track race against the students of a local public school.
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Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (1977)
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Went the Day Well? (1942). Leslie Banks, Elizabeth Allen, Frank Lawton, Basil Sydney, Valerie Taylor, Mervyn Johns, Edward Rigby, Marie Lehr, C.V. France, David Farrar, Muriel George, Thora Hird and Norman Pierce. In the Second World War, when German troops masked as British soldiers take possession of a British village to prepare the way for an invasion of Great Britain, then the inhabitants resist them.

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National Lampoon's: Animal House (1978)
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It's a classic. Love it.
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This Scene never fails to crack me up.
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"Is there anything in the world, you hate as much as that horse."

Great scene.

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