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Cheers for the suggestions. Some he's seen or we have, some are good ideas and I'll have a couple of those, some or wholly inappropriate!

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Wholly inappropriate!!!

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Back to the Future, Ghostbusters,  Groundhog Day, What About Bob?, Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid, The Italian Job, Escape To Victory, Where Eagles Dare, Our Man Flint, Fantastic Voyage, The Great Train Robbery (Sean Connery one), Raiders Of The Lost Ark, Airplane, See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Brewsters Millions.

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He's watched quite a few of those and ironically Groundhog Day about twenty times. Italian Job and Great Train Robbery, loved that, good shout.

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Why have I never seen Butch and Sundance?

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Bearing in mind I had a restraining order taken out by Katherine Ross after I first watched The Graduate.

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Jaws on ITV now. Never gets old.

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This.



I cant believe it's 50 years old as well.

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Anyone mentioend Flash Gordon?

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https://cinemassacre.com/2008/09/20/the … locations/

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Watch this film with him:

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danpiesley wrote:

Anyone mentioend Flash Gordon?

Mate of mine has his 50th next year, he's booked the local cinema out and is running Flash Gordon, then having a load of DJs on..

#DoTheDai \o/

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I showed the 9 year old Clint Eastwood and that orang-utan - he loved it - although the plot is drivel!

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Stand by me.

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I showed the 9 year old Clint Eastwood and that orang-utan - he loved it - although the plot is drivel!

Right Turn Clyde!

That's two of those films that even if they come on at 10:30 at night, I watch it to the end.

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Stand by me.

Great shout.

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Bit sweary mind.

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Quite liked The Champ as a kid although he might be a bit too old for it.....

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Realised I had a few of those mentioned such as Clint westerns. Zulu, was that mentioned? Anyway, ordered five films which are ones he think he'll enjoy and I watched at about the same age or younger.

Jaws
Close Encounters
The Magnificent Seven
The Great Escape
The Italian Job

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I love Jaws - I do a months worth of lesson on it work.

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She's out on a works do. Me and the lad had a pizza and chuckled along to Animal Crackers - Marx Brothers.

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Went in earlier and he was watching a 1969 interview with Groucho on YouTube. Long may it last.

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danpiesley wrote:

I love Jaws - I do a months worth of lesson on it work.


Finally found a class I'd get an A in. Good work.

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danpiesley wrote:

I love Jaws - I do a months worth of lesson on it work.

What is it that you teach?

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space wrote:
danpiesley wrote:

I love Jaws - I do a months worth of lesson on it work.

What is it that you teach?

Swimming

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