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    Quote Originally Posted by pentaxuser View Post
    There you are! I knew I wasn't far of the mark when I introduced the spirit of Gordon Gekko into the scene. KA's sentiments in the above quote could be regarded as "dubious" to say the least but of course there was a period when British actors were in high demand in Hollywood to play all the villains, usually with a London cockney accent which is how we all speak in the U.K. So maybe that kind of villainy has spread from our actors to our businesses

    Come to think of it, the poor man with the gun who asked me if I could spare a few pounds did have a passing ressemblance to Alan Rickman or was it Vinnie Jones? Jack Palance eat your heart out

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    I don't know any of the names in this post so I'm not sure if you're mocking me, agreeing, or not... Lol

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    Stone, here's some names for you--Jack Benny, Ed Wynn, Harriet Hilliard, Julie London, Donna Reed, Gracie Allen, Tyrone Power. You young whippersnappers heard of these names?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    Stone, here's some names for you--Jack Benny, Ed Wynn, Harriet Hilliard, Julie London, Donna Reed, Gracie Allen, Tyrone Power. You young whippersnappers heard of these names?
    Vaguely but I can't recall from where... I know the important ones like Ginsberg and Margaret Atwood and FDR

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    Important names like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    Important names like that?
    We seriously need a NEW new deal...

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    Stone, Alan Rickman was the arch villain in one of the Die Hard films.The other bloke - now there's a real British word was the American hero( Willis? ) and now advertises Sky Broadband on British TV. So fair enough you make villains out of our British actors and we do the same with yours

    Vinnie Jones a former football player in the U.K. made or tried to make a name for himself in Hollywood. He obviously failed. I have to refer to him as a football player and dare not use the other U.S. word given Vinnie's tough guy reputation ( superb american phrase of tough guy used to maintain balance) and sensitivity to what he regards as a completely foreign word to describe the game with a round ball and goals that begins with "s"

    If none of the above has helped then you'll have to take it from me that there was a period and well within your living memory when in U.S. films Brit = Bad.

    We used to be stupid chimney sweeps with phoney cockney accents but that was in Dick Van Dyke's day( Tom, can you help here with a resume of Dick in case he too has sunk without trace?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pentaxuser View Post
    Vinnie Jones a former football player in the U.K. made or tried to make a name for himself in Hollywood. He obviously failed. I have to refer to him as a football player and dare not use the other U.S. word given Vinnie's tough guy reputation ( superb american phrase of tough guy used to maintain balance) and sensitivity to what he regards as a completely foreign word to describe the game with a round ball and goals that begins with "s"

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    Just say he played rugby...
    “You seek escape from pain. We seek the achievement of happiness. You exist for the sake of avoiding punishment. We exist for the sake of earning rewards. Threats will not make us function; fear is not our incentive. It is not death that we wish to avoid, but life that we wish to live.” - John Galt

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    Everybody knows who Dick van Dyke is. I think an education on Julie London is in order though. Wife of Bobby Troup (writer of Route 66).
    Here's Julie:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNPIopXfaE4
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQPiV_cauyI
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2f40eQcYXk

    Enjoy

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    You folks realize that without Kodak Park, none of us would ever have known who any of these people are? We'd still be going to town to see a Vaudeville act.

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    Here are some missed points.

    1. KA at Harrow does not coat film. Film and paper are not normally coated on the same machines due to the dust from the paper support. I doubt that KA will make film. It will come from Rochester.

    2. Kodak in Rochester has cancelled all responsibility to existing pensioners and has no obligations to them.

    3. Kodak can make film at any speed that they desire. There has to be a reformulation to do this, I am sure, but they can slow the machines down if they wish.

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