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Model boats or ships in film scenes.

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  • #16
    I am watching RTT now,it was on London Live a short time ago.It sunk Lord Grade.Thankfu!!y I did not waste my money on it.It is truly awful.

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    • #17
      I'm also a life long fan of Ed Wood:cool:

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      • #18
        Here's one in the cottage of 'Captain' Gordon (Billy Russell) when there's a "Lack of Communication" in [B]DR. FINLAY'S CASEBOOK[/B]:

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        • #19
          Parents Kathleen Ryan and Dirk Bogarde think a teddy bear is probably a better bedtime companion for their sleeping son Jackie in [B]Esther Waters[/B] (1948):

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          • #20
            There are plenty of models for designer Gordon Jackson to swoon over in the independently-framed Kelvingrove Art Gallery in [B]Floodtide[/B] (1949):

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            • #21
              It's not surprising Alec Guinness has one in his respectable pad in [B]The Captain's Paradise[/B] (1953):

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              • #22
                And also not surprising that old sea dog Cecil Parker should have one in his pad with his respectable wife Ursula Jeans in [B]The Weaker Sex[/B] (1948):

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                • #23
                  It's all lovey-dovey at the moment for Stanley Baker and Ginger Rogers as they gaze upon their latest craft, but will they ever board the full-sized version in [B]Beautiful Stranger[/B] (1954)?:

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                  • #24
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                    Nyree Dawn Porter rubs her hands with glee as she ponders a voyage on the full-sized version of the vessel which is a "Balance of Terror" perched upon Robert Vaughn's mantelpiece in [B]THE PROTECTORS[/B].
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                    • #25
                      Shipbuilding is the plot's catalyst for [B]The Demi-Paradise[/B] (1943) and so there are numerous models featured throughout the film. Here are a couple of them in the Tisdall household:

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                      • #26
                        Felix Aylmer has a big one in his office while [B]She Shall Have Music[/B] in 1935:

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                        Unfortunately, Felix and his model only get two brief scenes in the film, whereas the songs cover all decks from port to starboard.
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                        • #27
                          Alec Cavendish may have spooks in his cellar, but he's also got a model ship in his lobby in [B]The Ghost of Rashmon Hall[/B] (1948):

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                          • #28
                            Goldie Hawn sees a ship come sailing in when [B]There's a Girl in My Soup[/B] in 1970:

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