posted March 26, 2012 04:23 PM
Hello, no : “How the West Was Won” (2:42) + intermission. Filmed in: 3x35mm 6 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Cinerama. Presented: On the curved screen in 3-strip with 7 track magnetic stereophonic sound. Angle of view: 146°. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1961. World Premiere: 01.11.1962 Casino, London, England. [B][/B]
posted March 31, 2012 04:36 AM
Bruno, Brothers Grimm and How the West Was Won both orginal 3 X 35mm for picture I saw the giant cans arrive from Australia in December. This is Cinerama of course is 3 strip too.
My wife and I are booked in for the whole weekend.
Me too ! also booked. I will arrive on thursday, watch presentations on friday, saturday and sunday morning, return fly is on 4pm The fly is very expansive (no ryanair connections between brussels and bradford), i'm searching for coming by rail. Much longer 6hours30min but seems to be cheaper
posted April 01, 2012 04:06 AM
Seems quick by train. Consider Leeds as well as Bradford for train. For Flights consider Manchester as well, then bus or train. With flying I find one as to book very early for best prices. Please say hello we are C18/19
posted April 01, 2012 11:25 AM
Hello David, You're right. There's a connexion between brussels and manchester by ryanair and it's far much cheaper than by train with eurostar. I will investigate immediately !
From: Thetford , Norfolk,England
Registered: May 2008
posted April 01, 2012 12:46 PM
Bruno, If you are going to travel by Ryanair make sure you relieve yourself first.... it's extra on Ryanair! And that's the airline that wants to introduce STANDING passenger facilities and charge extra for a seat.
-------------------- Retired TV Service Engineer Ongoing interest in Telecine....
posted April 01, 2012 02:34 PM
I know that Martin ! Look at this, fly brussels to manchester and manchester to brussels with 15kgs luggage is only 56€ (47£) but i have to reach the brussels south (charleroi) airport and park my car 4 days, the parking costs 64€ (53£) ! + 10£ for extra charges = 110 £ than i have to take a train from manchester to leeds and from leeds to bradford = 25£ so 135£. If i take the eurostar it's 125£ + 24£ (best fares) for the train from london to bradford ! So 149£ by train with only 1 change or 135£ by plane with 2 extra changes !. The best would be BMI direct from brussels to bradford but it's very too expansive 300£ !
posted April 01, 2012 03:15 PM
Dosn't sound a lot to be saved. Compare train from London to Leeds and then normal bus to Bradford rather than direct to Bradford. From Manchester airport National Express run coaches to Bradford, also trains Manchester to Bradford rather than to Leeds/Bradford.
posted April 03, 2012 04:28 PM
I will finally come by train, brussels to london st pancras, than london kings cross to bradford interchange, 7h00 journey ! I will stay at the jurys inn. hope to see some of you