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Ian O'Reilly
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 - posted June 02, 2017 11:02 AM      Profile for Ian O'Reilly   Email Ian O'Reilly   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I have for sale a super 8mm print of the 1945 Classic "BRIEF ENCOUNTER" Starring Cilia Johnson, Trevor Howard, Stanley Holloway,Joyce Carey Brief Encounter is probably one of the finest romances made by the English film industry. The story line is simple, of a married woman who meets a stranger and falls in love, belies the complexity of the emotions involved. It ends poignantly, as both parties realise that their feelings have been overshadowed by the social impossibility of their situation.
The film is particularly good at reflecting the post-war austerity and morality of England. It may change your view of railway stations forever. 4x400ft Black & White Sound originl boxes £75 Plus P&P

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Andrew Woodcock
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I will take it please Ian.

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John Armer
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Respect Andrew... 2 minutes!

I live in Lancaster which is only 10 miles away from Carnforth Station where the external station scenes were shot. On a couple of the scenes you can see the railway signs with Morecambe and Lancaster on as destinations.

Hope you enjoy it!

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Martin Dew
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Wonderful film by one of the greatest directors. Makes one rather proud to be British. Wish I could be quicker off the starting line on Ian O'Reilly's posts!

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Andrew Woodcock
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If i happen to be off work, whatever im up to, i always have various web pages open for the things that interest myself.

If i happen to be on shift, i miss out, same as everyone else. [Wink]

It is a film ive wanted for some time now and was forced to let another print slip through my fingers only a month or so ago due to other financial committments at the time.

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Ian O'Reilly
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Sold to Andrew [Smile]

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Andrew Woodcock
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Thank you once again my friend!☺☺☺

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David Hardy
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The last time on I saw this in a Cinema was on a brilliant
Digital Cinema Package. It looked absolutely stunning.

Previous to that I saw it one Thursday afternoon show
on a wonderful 16mm print as part of a classic British
Films season at an Arts Centre in Aberdeen.

I hope your 8mm copy is very good too.

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Martin Dew
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No, I mean great work, Andrew! I need to keep this site open too. It'll be my turn on another day.

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Andrew Woodcock
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Thank you David and Martin, it will be your turn very very soon if you stay tuned. ☺

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