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  • Originally posted by taphonomy View Post
    Inside that sarcophagus is Queen Tera (Valerie Leon) in Blood From The Mummy's Tomb. She also played Margaret Fuchs, a very impressive performance on both fronts.
    No boobs there, you're perfectly correct . . .

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    • See if I can post pics using my new browser. 2013 film.
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      • Under the Skin

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        • Originally posted by wadsy View Post
          Under the Skin
          Yes Wadsy. well done. Your post.

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          • Thank you. Try this one.

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            • Making room for the very large and loud Lon Chaney, Jr. in Witchcraft (1964)?

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              • Originally posted by chillingfilmania View Post
                I have created a horror movie/tv quiz for BritMovie members. You can use either a synopsis or a screenshot as your question.
                I will kick start the new quiz.
                Name the film from which this screenshot is taken.
                Chilly creates the best games and quizzes ever!

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                • Originally posted by Ella View Post

                  Chilly creates the best games and quizzes ever!
                  You are too kind Ella. I love creating quizzes and know for a fact you love Brit comedy. So I am going to create a TV comedy quiz here on BM
                  Last edited by chillingfilmania; 16th November 2017, 05:49 AM.

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                  • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
                    Making room for the very large and loud Lon Chaney, Jr. in Witchcraft (1964)?

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                      Well done Gerald!

                  • Who is this very worried gentleman and why?

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                    • Arnold Marle in The Man Who Could Cheat Death. Anton Diffring wants him to do some rather unethical medical procedures.


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                      • Originally posted by Euryale View Post
                        Arnold Marle in The Man Who Could Cheat Death. Anton Diffring wants him to do some rather unethical medical procedures.


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                        And when he doesn't, it's somewhat unfortunate for (extremely) old Anton. Well done, Euryale!

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                        • Pleased this thread is active again. Thanks fellars. Had a squizz yet at the new TV Comedy Quiz? Ella will love this.

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                          • The two actors pictured below are playing the same character in productions made some twenty years apart. Both of these were UK/US co-productions of an oft-told tale, filmed in England with mainly British casts. The first actor is not British-born but has lived over here for about 50 years. The second is British but doesn't seem to appear on the screen now as much as he once did. Who are the two actors? What character are they playing and in which productions?

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                            • Looks like Peter Quint as played by James Laurenson in the 70s Dan Curtis THE TURN OF THE SCREW and by Christopher Guard in the 90s renamed THE HAUNTING OF HELEN WALKER.
                              Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 16th November 2017, 03:49 PM.

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