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"The Blue Lamp" (Ealing Studios)


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Received an interesting article from BFI (British Film Institute) on Facebook about Ealing Studio's 1950 film "The Blue Lamp."

"The Blue Lamp" is a crime film that supposedly contains one of the most shocking scenes in British cinema (up to that point, I guess, in 1950): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Blue_Lamp

 

Anyway, BFI article on the film is here: http://www.bfi.org.uk/news/that-ealing-moment-blue-lamp

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thanks, slayton. Every now and then posters here very kindly let me know when a film I've expressed an interest in is available on youtube, or elsewhere on the internet. And recently a very good friend of mine sent me a link to a Marty Scorsese documentary we'd discussed.

 

I am grateful for the thoughtfulness of all of you who do this, but the truth is, although I don't mind sitting at the computer for an hour or so participating on sites like this or reading and writing emails, (not to mention catching good music on youtube), I am averse to actually watching a movie via the internet, off my computer screen. The screen isn't big enough, I'm physically rather uncomfortable, and it just ain't the same experience at all as watching a film on my television screen. But I know that a lot of people get to see hard to find movies that way, and I'm happy for them. B-)

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