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    In the 1942 religious film of that name, [B]The Great Mr. Handel[/B] consigns two orphans into the nautical care of Andrew Leigh with a set dressing over the fireplace so we know the Foundling Hospital is a quasi-naval establishment.
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      John Alderton, James Fox and Susannah York plot a raid on the real thing in [B]Duffy[/B] (1967):

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        Sinking a pint or three of Guinness in the pub and not the model in [B]Flight of the Doves[/B] (1971):

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        Niall Toibin, Brendan O'Reilly and Tom Hickey.

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        • #34
          A 1938 [B]BLUE PETER[/B] edition coming Tom Walls' country retreat where there's only a [B]Second Best Bed[/B]:

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