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Robbery (1967)

In August, 1963, the British public could talk about only one thing over their bacon, eggs,toast and orange juice. The topic of the day was a robbery, not just any robbery though. 1,060 more words

British Cinema

August 6: Happy Birthday Michelle Yeoh and Robert Mitchum

Today is the 55th birthday of the actress ranked #1 when Rotten Tomatoes rated the 25 Best Action Heroines of all time a few years back.  1,436 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Dave's 100 Greatest Films - 99. The Three Musketeers 

99. The Three Musketeers – 1973

Director: Richard Lester

Starring; Oliver Reed, Raquel Welch, Richard Chamberlain, Michael York, Frank Finaly, Faye Dunaway and Charlton Heston… 869 more words

Dave Probert

Robbery (1967)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ….. Part 2

Based on a true life incident, this Stanley Baker thriller was also one of those titles that he scored a producer credit on. 852 more words


Amadeus (Olivier Theatre, London)

Written by Peter Shaffer

Directed by Michael Longhurst

Cast: Lucian Msamati (Salieri), Adam Gillen (Mozart), Karla Crome (Constanze), Sarah Amankwah (Venticella), Hammed Animashaun (Venticello), Tom Edden (Joseph II), Andrew Macbean/Alexandra Mathie (Von Strack), Hugh Sachs (Orsini-Rosenberg), Geoffrey Beevers (Van Swieten), Fleur de Bray (Katherina), Wendy Dawn Thompson (Teresa Salieri), Peter Willcock (Salieri’s cook), Eamonn Mulhall (Salieri’s valet), Matthew Hargreaves (Kapellmeister Bonno), Everal A Walsh (Major-Domo) 718 more words

Theatre Review

The Statement (2003)

A Nazi war criminal is hunted by a pair of investigators seeking justice for the crimes he committed both during World War 2 and since. 144 more words