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Old Movies

A_man_called_CHIOG  Male  South East London 6-Jan-2019 10:20 Message #4732848
I was checking out freeview tv when it was pointed out to be that just freeview alone shows hundreds of films every month with several channels devoted to particular genres. I was surprised how many old films are shown and wondered how many still enjoyed old films from the 50s and 60s and whether youngsters take an interest.
tumbleweed  Male  Gloucestershire 6-Jan-2019 10:36 Message #4732850
I really enjoy a lot of the old stuff. Some are not my genre, but that is said for all generations of films.

A selection of ones I love watching are the old Ealing comedies, Will Hay films ( with Moore Marriott and Graham Moffatt ), the Carry On's, Old Westerns, 60's spy films, I could go on and on.
Blue-Poppy  Female  East Yorkshire 6-Jan-2019 11:20 Message #4732857
Like Tumbleweed I love lots of the old ones. I don't watch much TV but I do sometimes watch TPTV and that is ALL old films. It's on freeview 81, Sky 328 and freesat 306.
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 6-Jan-2019 11:43 Message #4732860
I very rarely watch a film, I much prefer a series, I find with a film I've just started to get to know the characters and the story then its over.
Madness102  Female  South Yorkshire 6-Jan-2019 18:27 Message #4732890
I "blinkin" love old B+W films - those were REAL stories . . . In fact I have only just watch The Scarlwt Pimpernel (c1925 ish?) It was brilliant !!
persona_non_grata  Male  North London 8-Jan-2019 08:12 Message #4732948
I love old movies. This is a fairly recent thing which happened after I watched African Queen and got the bug.
I might have my indoor swimming pool taken out and a small cinema put in its place.
Aely  Female  Hampshire 9-Jan-2019 21:12 Message #4733084
I watched "The L shaped Room" (Leslie Caron) and one of my favourites, "Passport to Pimlico", on Talking Pictures this last week. I still have "In which we Serve" and "There's a Girl in my Soup" waiting on my TIVO box. I have also kept "Boy on a Dolphin" (Sophia Loren and Alan Ladd) and "The African Queen" to watch again. Christmas time I watched the original "Dunkirk" (John Mills), better than the recent version in my opinion, and "Crooks Anonymous" (Julie Christie and Leslie Philips).

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