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    Default A Very old one But!

    Well last Night i sat watching a very old Movie that i had seen first in one of the Bio Cafe Movies in Cape Town so long ago, i think i was about 12.

    When i first saw it , the Movie then even took my entire thougts with it, it was a very strange but good one.

    The Tiltle you ask

    " The Lost Horizon " The Story is good as are the old Actors , and some of the Scenes were excellent! Anyone remember it!

    A good watch if you have the time !
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    Default Re: A Very old one But!

    Hi Vernon
    There are some very old movies on the ABC these days, black and white but they don't make them like they used to, they used to rely on acting not gimmicks, like jumping off forty story buildings and landing on their feet no ankles broken, I broke my collar bone three times falling out of the same tree.
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    Default Re: A Very old one But!

    Des, my suggestion is you stay away from that tree, it obviously does not like you.

    Vernon, the old Bio Scope with a coffee while you watched, far better than some of the cinemas today.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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