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Virtual Cinema Club

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I'm thinking of 'The Million Pound Note" starring Gregory Peck, this is accessible via a smart TV by opening YouTube and clicking on 'search' and typing in the film title, or via a computer by typing in:-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyePJXDB-uQ.

 

Hi Tony, Emma and all.   A funny thing happened to me on the way to this Forum but if I can get here I reckon almost anybody can!  And "The Million Pound Note" sounds like a good choice.  I think we could all do with a little bit of Gregory Peck to cheer us up.   Thanks for setting this up.  Now all I have to do is to try to sort out my Smart TV which is so smart it's puzzling me at the moment or get better speaker for my laptop.  I'll let you know how I get on.  Best wishes to all

Is this site still working, as comments I have made have disappeared?

Tony.

Thanks for showing African Queen. Much enjoyed being reminded of the technology available to film makers of that era.

Robert recons that the story was inspired by the Yangtze incident with HMS Amethyst which preceded the film by a couple of years.

This time we used a laptop and a projector which gave us almost instant access to the film on YouTube and for some reason which we don't properly understand their were no irritating advertisements.

More Please!

 

Hello Jan and everyone,

We have had a few technical problems with the Forum site but I hope it is all OK now. We have a great suggestion for the film at 7pm on the 17th June, Charade is a classic sixties comedy/drama with a stellar cast. It will be good to think the Film Club is still alive in spirit!

Keep well, everyone.

Tony

Hi Tony & everyone

Thanks for this great suggestion.  Enjoyable movie, great stars, excellent plot & a bit ligh hearted in parts.  Look forward to the next.

Shane & John

Hi Tony

Very much enjoyed the film Charade, quite a few suspects and had an easy viewing on my laptop.  Thank you for the suggestion.

 

Janet & Robert

Hi Tony,

Robert and I enjoyed the film 'Mister Tom'. An excellent choice. Especially as Jon Thaw is a favourite of mine.  An earlier era when life was fraught with an enemy, similar to the unseen enemy of today.

 

Best Wishes

 

Janet and Robert.

Hi Tony & everyone

What a great choice was "Goodbye Mister Tom."

Regards

Shane & John

Hello Everyone,

I'm thinking of an (old) British film, an early starring role for the great Peter Sellers for September's virtual club night. Watch out for the email next week!

Kind Regards

Tony

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