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Khandro | 14:40 Wed 16th Jun 2021 | Media & TV
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BBC 4 extra, 1hour 30 mins. Only 12 days left to listen to this brilliant production. Highly recommended

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007jnpv

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A brilliant film, one of my favourites. Alec Guinness playing eight parts. Look out for the reporter at the very end, although you will not recognise him it is Arthur Lowe.
One of my favourite films! I still have the DVD that was given free with a morning paper, back in the day when they did such things. Apparently they had to do a different ending for the American market, the memoirs were found and they also had to play down the extra maritals and the now racist language to save upsetting American sensitivities.
"All the exuberance of the Gothic(?) Without any of the concomitant vulgarity"
Alex Guinness, as the vicar, describing his church.
A great film.
I shot an arrow in the air, she fell to earth in Berkeley square
One of my all time favourite films
Don't tell me we've hit on a topic about which we all agree!!!
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In this wonderful adaptation it's Harry Enfield who does the murdered family members very well, but the star turn is the main protagonist Louis Manzini played by Michael Kitchen with superb sang froid & elocution, the English is a joy.
Oh, not the original then.
The Parson: I always say that my west window has all the exuberance of Chaucer, without, happily, any of the concomitant crudities of his period.
I mis remembered the quote. Sorry.
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//Oh, not the original then.//

No Jack, please read the OP :0)
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Two Zds in Manzzini, I beg his pardon, & Michael Kitchen is of course Foyle in Foyle's War

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