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    I've been looking for a film script of the wicker man by using google and anything, but I couldn't.

    I'd like someone to show me where to find and get it.

    Script or...caption is also Ok.



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    Try the mailing the owner of the site below:

    http://www.steve-p.org/wm/

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    A friend of mine was able to research the script at the BFI library in London, but only on the premises: they don't sell (or make) copies.

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    Could I be naive in thinking that the BFI will reimburse Choi's bus fare all the way from Seoul South Korea when He or She comes over to use the BFI library in London [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img]

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    </div><div class='quotemain'>HACKETT:

    Could I be naive in thinking that the BFI will reimburse Choi's bus fare all the way from Seoul South Korea when He or She comes over to use the BFI library in London [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img] [/b]
    Sorry - I didn't notice the address! My apologies.



    (couldn't find a sheepishly blushing smiley, so you'll just have to imagine one)

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    Please you don't have to apologize. Only if you are a employee of the BFI should you have need to apologize. Because only they it seem don't look further than thier London Clubhouse Oh! sorry Headquaters, when the B in BFI stands for BRITISH.

    wink I've put this little face in as it's been known for BFI employees to mistake irony for aggressiveness.

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