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trebor8273 6th February 2021 05:14 PM

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Arrived today.

iank 8th February 2021 01:06 AM

Arrived:

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marvinnashsear 9th February 2021 02:57 AM

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Originally Posted by MuckyFunster (Post 645623)
I watched Toy Story 3 with the kids the other day and it put me in mind of Monkey Shines [emoji106] looking forward to watching this, hopefully at the weekend.

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Did you watch that with the kids?

marvinnashsear 9th February 2021 06:21 AM

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Ordered this lot recently.

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And got these two this week. Muscle had a surprisingly good performance from Craig Fairbrass.

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Justin101 9th February 2021 10:48 AM

Early Richard Attenborough film from the BFI, sounds good this. Lower class kid gets sent to a middle/upper class boarding school as an experiment.

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Demdike@Cult Labs 9th February 2021 11:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Justin101 (Post 645938)
Early Richard Attenborough film from the BFI, sounds good this. Lower class kid gets sent to a middle/upper class boarding school as an experiment.

https://i.ibb.co/vssR9PW/20210209-113851.jpg

Probably explains Ten Rillington Place!

Susan Foreman 9th February 2021 12:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Justin101 (Post 645938)
Early Richard Attenborough film from the BFI, sounds good this. Lower class kid gets sent to a middle/upper class boarding school as an experiment.

https://i.ibb.co/vssR9PW/20210209-113851.jpg

Very controversial in its day

It was the first time that the word 'arse' was spoken in a film, as in "a kick up the arse". [This] "presented an issue for the U.K. censors at the time, as the use of profanity in films was frowned upon. Eventually the censors relented on the grounds that this was a drama about the working and middle classes, and the scene was left in. This paved the way for realistic language including mild profanity in future U.K. dramatic movies."

Justin101 9th February 2021 01:04 PM

It does say 'contains mild language' on the parental advice :lol: I'll have to look out for that :D

Interesting fact though!

I do know that Ulysses (1967) was the first (major) film to have the 'f-word' in it!

bleakshaun 9th February 2021 04:34 PM

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MuckyFunster 10th February 2021 08:25 PM

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Originally Posted by marvinnashsear (Post 645927)
Did you watch that with the kids?


Ha! No. Watched Toy Story 3 with the kids. Iíll watch monkey shines on my own.


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