Friday, 1 April 2016

El Cid 1961 1080p BluRay x264 anoXmous

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  1. Hi Guys,i watched this movie again and this by far is the best that i have seen on line. The entire music score as it was set out for the Cinema release in 1961,i was 12 year old at that time,and it cost 9 old copper pennies to get in to see it. I was spell bound by it all,and watching it again brought back memories of sitting there way back when with all my best schoolboy pals.
    Get Popcorn and a Fizzy Drink and sit back comfylike and enjoy Cinema at its Best.BB

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  2. BB you've done it again! I love this film, it was one of those Epic films that captivated me in my younger years and still does. I have 3 boxes of gripping beast spearmen just waiting for the bug to strike! I'm just a sucker for the classics
    Thanks BB I will be watching this first chance I get!

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    1. Hi Russ,it was a real pleasure passing the link to the movie on.i watched it a few days ago and i`m still humming that magical tune.i`ll look forward to seeing your painted model figures that`s for sure.Thanks for the visit and comment. BB

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  3. I have another one of these classics ready to watch! Ben Hur!
    I like El Cid also very much. Most of the pictures with Charlton Heston. The last one I saw with him was Major Dundee! A fantastic western for the fans!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  4. Hi Peter,upon watching all those movies, i am still delighted as i was way back then because i got to see them all at the Cinema. In those days it was snowy B&W Telly,but the Cinema was in Splendid Magical Color! Thanks for the visit and comment. BB

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    1. I can imagen that these movies were awesome in the Cinema. Oh posted one for you http://www.peterscave.blogspot.be/2016/04/jean-hofler-figures-2.html

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    2. Peter, They were Magical beyound belief in 1962.
      Pure escapism from the real world outside the Cinema,and of trying to grow up. Glad to say that i never did. Thanks for your bright question. BB

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    3. Great i will look at that with delight Peter. BB

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    4. 1962 was before I was born, but the first time I saw "The longest day", was in a Cinema and it was the Original Black and white movie! It was fantastic and I will never forget this expirience!
      What I'm trying to tell is that I nderstand what you're trying to tell me here!

      Greetings
      Peter

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    5. Hi Peter,there is a color version of The Longest Day.i`ve seen it many years ago and i dare say i could find it,but i like the original B & W version best. Emotive language written concerning such times ,and movies seen and fellow friends remembered is very moving in certain reflective minds. We cannot recapture shadows of our former selves in times well past,but we can best remember the thrill and bright emotion of it all. BB

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