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Purple_Popple | 22:12 Thu 01st Jan 2015 | Media & TV
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What a really lovely story, thoroughly enjoyed this light-hearted film.

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Yes, I enjoyed it too. Very lovely story. I'd never heard of it before.
Wonderful. I absolutely loved it. It was a charming, old fashioned quirky little love story. GREAT actors, GREAT acting. Excellent production.
A lovely, gentle film. Roald Dahl was a genius storyteller.
Did it explain why he called it Esiotrot and not Tortoise?
i missed the end so hope it's repeated.
The title was written backwards- just as the poem/chant was written backwards.
I assume the text was changed slightly as I think a couple of the the comments/innuendos in the story were not in Dahl's books as far as I can remember
I also enjoyed James Corden's narrating
I missed it. Hope it will be repeated.
Loved it, and cried! It should be on iplayer?
dran fogot about the embedding - here is a link to the iPlayer page http://is.gd/6w4eYK
Yes, I loved it too. Two of my favourite actors, beautifully done.
bibblebub- your link at 11:06 worked fine for me
Purple, I've just caught up with this. Loved it. Factor ... James Cordens narration I thought was a bit irritating & needless.

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