Film Fanfare - No 7 - Part 1 1956

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  • Great stuff ,Brings back memories of the British films we saw in the local cinema.The diction was easily understood ,unlike modern actors who seem to mumble.Rather non P/C but that makes them all the more enjoyable .I am in my 80's by the way.

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    ehtap32 22nd May 2014

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