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The Rats of Tobruk 1944

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  • The Rats of Tobruk 1944

    This was on Movie4men today and I unfortunately missed the first 20 minutes, however I'm sure it will be shown again. I quite enjoyed the film and it was easy to see why Peter Finch became such an International star he was an natural. If it had a drawback it was in the instrumental background music it seemed to be more suited for a 30's film however I did enjoy the We're off to see the Wizard as they arrived in the town classic. I wonder was that the first time it was ever played in another film, maybe some one else could reply.
    Last edited by tv horror; 3rd February 2018, 11:17 PM.

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    I recorded it and I am sure it was movies for men,and it is repeated this week

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    • #3
      Yep, Tuesday 6/2 15.55.

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        Oops I put the wrong channel it was Movies4men thanks for the correction I've edited it in to the post. Instead of phasers on stun I'm recording on fun!

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          Originally posted by tv horror View Post
          however I did enjoy the We're off to see the Wizard as they arrived in the town classic. I wonder was that the first time it was ever played in another film, maybe some one else could reply.
          It beats the two 1948 Tom & Jerry cartoons that use it. The soundtrack was released on an LP in 1940, so if not the first, then certainly one of the earliest!

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          • #6
            Thanks again for the heads up I was able to watch it today, I found a few reviews from when it was first released boy were they harsh. Personally I hate critics all they can do is put in an odd pun or quote I wonder what their perfect film would be if ever one was made by them.

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