Author: Lee Relph

OVFM Showreel

  ANNABELLE LANCASTER REPORTING:   From time to time we’re asked to send a showreel to another club, like the one we saw from Newcastle recently. With the sad loss of Tom, our Librarian, and the setting up of the archive, we haven’t had one available for the past few months so Freddy has been […]

My Favourite Films – Alan Smith

  ALAN SMITH   In no particular order:   1. Things To Come (Dir. William Cameron Menzies 1936) As a youngster I almost believed it.   2. It’s A Wonderful Life (Dir. Frank Capra 1946) A feel good film to end them all.   3. Great Expectations (Dir. David Lean 1946) Dickens as he should […]

My Favourite Films – Colin Jones

  COLIN JONES In no particular order:   1. The Summer of 42 (Dir. Robert Mulligan 1971) With most films the effect it has upon you depends partly upon your state of mind at the time. I found it profoundly moving as well as amusing as it captured the struggle of boys in early adolescence […]

My Favourite Films – Mike Turner

  MIKE TURNER I was born into a film fanatical family and we went to the cinema at least once a week, sometimes twice and occasionally three times. One of my happiest memories was joining the queue for the 1/6d seats at the Odeon Morden, Granada North Cheam or the Gaumont Rose Hill. My choice of […]

My Favourite Films – Cherie Hamlet-Smith

  CHERIE HAMLET-SMITH   Presented in chronological order and not in order of preference:   1. All Quiet On The Western Front (Dir. Lewis Milestone 1930) WW1 drama. An award-winning film portraying the tragedy of warfare during the ‘War to End All Wars’.   2. This Happy Breed (Dir. David Lean 1944) From one of […]

My Favourite Films – Bob Wyeth

  BOB WYETH   In no particular order:   1. Mutiny On The Bounty (Dir. Frank Lloyd 1935) Starring Charles Laughton as the tough Captain Bligh of HMS Bounty, set in 1789 tells the true story of the mutiny on the ship led by Fletcher Christian (Clark Gable). Bligh is set off on a long […]

My Favourite Films – Mike Coad

how to get back with my ex girlfriend   MIKE COAD Looking through my list of top ten movies, it soon becomes evident that there is a strong bias towards musicals. This has been my favourite genre of film from an early age and I never tire of watching them. My taste in TV programmes […]

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