I tuned in and although it was on the EPG it was not being shown - another Sky rip off (not really Sky's fault though) but they sell this apart of an incentive to subscribe so they are "guilty" of bad advertising at least.
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Daley & McCann are, as good as, holding hands, on the exercise yard, in the scrubs.
Post by maninasuitcase on Apr 6, 2017 12:53:02 GMT
R2 United Kingdom- DD Home Entertainment - Re-edited version. BBFC give the original 24 fps UK cinema runtime for "Our Girl Friday" as 79:06 and a video runtime of 86:31 for "The Adventures of Sadie". The present runtime is (72:31 PAL).
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I watched this on Talking Pictures. At some points it looks like it could be a good film but there is quite a lot in it that is irritating - the soundtrack for one thing complete with musical laughter, but the worst and most alarming thing in the film is Kenneth More's accent. He must have gone to the Dick Van Dyke school of stupid accents to produce the ridiculous supposedly Irish accent he adopts. This is atrocious and makes him virtually unwatchable. Against this, although hardly a good actress at this stage, Joan Collins certainly is eminently watchable as the ship wrecked heiress. There are a couple of really good scenes between her and George Cole too. GC is good all the way through as is Robertson 'Oh Calamity' Hare. The film is built around the three shipwrecked men all competing for the affections of the young nubile Joan on the desert island. There are some laughs in that but I thought the scenes on board the ships worked a lot better with a larger and more varied cast. The initial exchange between George Cole and Joan Collins is brilliant as is a later scene in the cave with the two of them, but, despite what the poster above says, hilarious is not the word.