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Kes

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1964 Cave rescue film
Posted: 11/02/2012 21:49:00
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http://www.yorkshirefilmarchive.com/node/5263

Not strictly mine related... but something rather wonderful...

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1964 Cave rescue film
Posted: 12/02/2012 18:05:56
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Excellent little film.

I would love to see some of the Sid Perou films again, particularly Underground Eiger.
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1964 Cave rescue film
Posted: 12/02/2012 21:03:39
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having had the gentle ministrations of Darny and the MRO, I can vouchsafe that even though this film was made before Noah was a boy it still holds true!! (even down to the 'fags in the casulty's mouth at the end!!)

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