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  • #61
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    Margaret Rutherford passes Roland Culver some cress sandwiches as a sailing ship passes by in the background when there's [B]English Without Tears[/B] in 1944. I have a feeling that model has popped up before.
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    • #62
      Not quite one of [B]The Long Ships[/B] (1963):

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      Sidney Poitier's vessel will never get him through the two hours of the film, especially with a hairdo like that.
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      • theuofc
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        First reference I've seen to Poitier in this movie and definitely an amazing (jawdropping?) pic!

    • #63
      [B]The Secret of Dorian Gray[/B] in 1970 is when he smiles as sees this model in a London display window:

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      He recalls it is an important part of his producer Harry Alan Towers' film [B]The Brides of Fu Manchu[/B] (1966).
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      • #64
        Admiral 'M' has this on board his submarine while briefing Commander 007 in [B]You Only Live Twice[/B] (1967):

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        • #65
          Having vacated [B]Jamaica Inn[/B] (1939), Charles Laughton is more concerned with histrionics than observing the model behind him or, good heavens, Maureen O'Hara on the floor in front of him:

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