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It stars a cast of giallo pros, it's directed by the man who made my favorite giallo film of all time TORSO - ; the majority of his films have never let me down and it begins with one of the most surreal dream sequences I have seen in quite a while.
We also see a clock with no hands lying on the floor, as well as a close-up of a man's haunting and unusual deep-blue eyes. The dream ends with Jane dead, her stomach cut open and bloody, the ugly woman turning into a mannequin, as we then see a car's POV as it slams into a tree.
Jane then wakes up and takes a shower in her bedclothes Giving us a great wet t-shirt shot of Fenech. Damn, she is beautiful! We then see Richard making love to Jane did I mention how beautiful Fenech is?
Richard says no, she should keep psychiatry away from her "problem". We then find out what is causing the nightmares. Jane recently lost her unborn baby in a car accident and Richard thinks she doesn't need her head shrunk, she just needs time to recover. Richard reminds her not to forget, it was his baby, too. Richard leaves for work, walking outside and seeing two young lovers hugging each other, the look on Richard's face telling us he wishes Jane wouldn't be so afraid of a little affection like that.
Who is the woman in the apartment across from Jane's, who looks out her window at Richard with lust in her eyes? Jane, who is looking out her window, sees the woman, who then closes her curtains. Jane tells Barbara that she knows Richard loves her, but he doesn't understand her, Barbara saying she knows that and has set up an appointment with her with Dr. Burton, fully aware that it is against Richard's wishes.
While sitting in Dr. When talking to Dr. Burton, Jane explains that the pregnant woman in her nightmare is her mother, describing to him how she saw her mother murdered by a man with piercing blue eyes when she was five years old. When the doctor asks Jane if she has told her husband the details of her nightmare, she tells him no, she and Richard are not married and she's afraid he will not understand.
She also tells the doctor that ever since the car accident, she is not "comfortable" with sex, but she does not believe the accident is the cause, she believes the image of the blue-eyed man is the cause, but she can't tell Richard because she's afraid that he will leave her "I already make his life so difficult. She tells the doctor about the blue-eyed man in the waiting room and he says she must be mistaken, he never has his patients wait together.
He takes her to the waiting room and, sure enough, no one is there. Jane asks Barbara if she saw a man in the waiting room and she says yes, he wasn't a patient, but he wanted to talk to the doctor. He suddenly got up and left without saying a word. The doctor apologizes to Jane, also telling her that at their appointment they will talk about why she is so frightened of the blue-eyed man and to stop taking the "vitamins" Richard is giving her, telling Jane, "Your worst enemy is loneliness.
It's the blue-eyed man and he approaches Jane the subway car goes from darkness to light and every time it goes to light, the man is closer to her , but she is able to get out of the car at the next stop. The man meets her on the street, causing Jane to run home screaming, "Why are you following me?!? Over tea, Mary invites Jane to have lunch at her place tomorrow, telling Jane that she knows she is alone all day and could use some company.
When Jane asks him what it is about, he hangs up the phone. When Jane looks out her window that night, she sees the blue-eyed man walking down the street, so she goes outside to investigate, accidentally locking herself out of her apartment building.
Jane begins to get very nervous and begins knocking on Mary's door, but no one answers. Just when Jane is about to lose it, Richard shows up and unlocks the door. She tells him about her day and, the next morning, Richard is at Barbara's apartment, chewing her out for taking Jane to a psychiatrist and ogling her while she is getting changed!
Barbara tells him, like it or not, Jane will continue to see Dr. Burton, saying "Jane is a slave to her childhood, but I bet you blame that on me!
We then discover that Richard was driving the car that hit the tree, killing Jane's baby. Barbara asks Richard if he wonders if that's the reason Jane won't marry him and he storms out of her apartment. Yes, this film is full of little surprises, but the best is yet to come. Mary and Jane are walking in the park, where Jane begins talking in strange ways, first saying, "Listen to the birds. They are complaining that we are here. Mary turns to her and says, "I believe in a lot more.
Mary tells her that she, too, had major problems when she was a child, but she found a way to destroy those memories. She then asks Jane if she knows what a "Black Mass" is Uh, oh! Mary says don't be frightened, you, too, can put all your bad memories behind you.
Jane then says, "But Jane asks who is this person, Mary replying, "My friends don't like questions. They just want trust.
They're waiting for you. If she is not on time, she will leave without her. Jane then drives to go see lawyer Francis Clay and begins to walk up several flights of stairs to get to his office. Suddenly, an animal skull comes rolling down the stairs, followed by the blue-eyed man, who tries to kill Jane with a hand axe. Jane runs down the stairs, out the building and into her car, where, after a few false starts her car won't turn over , she drives to go meet Mary. She tells Mary that the blue-eyed man tried to kill her, so Mary drives her to a mansion, where they witness and participate in a Black Mass.
Jane sees the cult's leader, J. That night, Jane is able to make love to Richard without being repulsed, for the first time since she lost the baby. So, is witchcraft the answer to Jane's problems? Jane thinks so, but if we know one thing about the supernatural, it is this: No matter how good the results, you always have to pay the Devil. What does this cult want from Jane? Could it be her soul or something more dastardly?
Richard is so happy with Jane's lovemaking that he takes a rare day off of work so he and Jane can have lunch at a restaurant. Richard leaves the table to make a phone call and Jane sees Mr. Blue Eyes skulking outside. Jane runs out of the restaurant's back door, hails a cab and goes home, not thinking about Richard. Jane finds a book on magic and the supernatural among Richard's things and when Richard comes home, demanding an explanation on why she left him in the restaurant, she demands to know why Richard has this book.
He tells her he bought it at a used bookstore, but doesn't tell her why he bought it looking guilty about something. The next time we see Jane, she is back at the mansion in the middle of another Black Mass, where she stabs and kills Mary with a ceremonial dagger Mary welcomes it.
Jane believes she is finally free, but when she is in the park, the blue-eyed man, whose name is Mark Cogan, grabs Jane by the arm and says, "Now you're one of us. You can't turn your back on us any more. Come, he is waiting for us! McBrian appears and says to Jane, "With us you won't be alone any more!
You belong to us forever, Jane! Mary wanted to be free. Anyone who wants to go free has to bring a new adept replacement. What has Jane gotten herself in to? If you want to find out, you'll have to watch the film, because most of the grisly thrills and surprises come after what I have just described to you.
I will tell you this: The harder Jane tries to get away from the cult, the more painful it becomes for her physically and emotionally , until she cannot trust those closest to her. Besides those flourishes, there is plentiful nudity by Edwige Fenech, who I consider to be one of the most beautiful and talented women in Italian film history and not just genre films.
Most of the other actresses also have nude scenes, making this film easy on the eyes. If I do have one complaint and it's minor , it's that this film is missing the graphic violence we expect in a giallo film, but when it does happen the fox being killed, seeing Mary's dead body for the first time, the bloody finale , it is shocking. When it comes to mixing giallo and supernatural horror elements together, this film would be hard-pressed to be beaten, mainly because Martino is at the helm.
He knows what makes these films work and he doesn't disappoint here. The screenplay for this film was written by his longstanding collaborator, Ernesto Gastaldi, who also knows what makes a giallo film work, as he has written some of the best of them, including A So sit back, try to relax it won't be easy here and enjoy a film from one of the best giallo directors.
And, oh, that ending! It certainly surprised me and I hazard to guess it will you, too. I saw it on YouTube in a nice, uncut widescreen print, in Italian with English subtitles, the way it should be seen. This is a film screaming for a U. I wish some enterprising stateside company would jump on this ASAP! Theatrical version was Rated R , this version is obviously Not Rated. Just like Schrader's film, this one is about a man completely out of his element, who makes some surprising choices along the way in search of someone he loves.
She is talking to a man in the bathroom we never see his face or hear his voice , who is washing his hands and putting on a pair of surgical latex gloves. Isabelle is apologizing about some videotapes being made and swears she didn't know anything about it. The man comes out of the bathroom dressed in nothing but a towel, mounts Isabelle and then graphically slits her throat with a straight-razor.
We are then introduced to Isabelle's brother Eric Lawrence S. Day , a Classically-trained pianist and best-selling recording artist he has the gold records hanging on his walls to prove it! This leads Eric on an odyssey of the seedier side of life, where the streets are full of strip clubs, porno stores, porno theaters and prostitutes.
He is truly a stranger in a strange land.
The following year Rougier left his job, making Heyer the primary breadwinner. Heyer's brother Boris lived above the shop and helped Rougier, while Heyer continued to provide the bulk of the family's earnings with her writing. Heyer's earliest works were romance novels , most set before This bestselling novel essentially established the genre of Regency romance. Many of her characters exhibited modern-day sensibilities; more conventional characters in the novels would point out the heroine's eccentricities, such as wanting to marry for love.
Although the British Regency lasted only from to , Heyer's romances were set between and As noted by literary critic Kay Mussell, the books revolved around a "structured social ritual — the marriage market represented by the London season " where "all are in danger of ostracism for inappropriate behavior". Austen's works, however, were contemporary novels, describing the times in which she lived. Byatt , believe that Heyer's "awareness of this atmosphere — both of the minute details of the social pursuits of her leisured classes and of the emotional structure behind the fiction it produced — is her greatest asset".
Determined to make her novels as accurate as possible, Heyer collected reference works and research materials to use while writing. In addition to the standard historical works about the medieval and eighteenth-century periods, her library included histories of snuff boxes , sign posts, and costumes. In the interests of accuracy, Heyer once purchased a letter written by the Duke of Wellington so that she could precisely employ his style of writing.
When a Mark I hero meets a Mark I heroine, as in Bath Tangle or Faro's Daughter , high drama ensues; while an interesting twist on the underlying paradigm is provided by The Grand Sophy , where the Mark I hero considers himself a Mark II and has to be challenged for his true nature to emerge.
In , Heyer released The Conqueror , her first novel of historical fiction to give a fictionalized account of real historical events.
She researched the life of William the Conqueror thoroughly, even travelling the route that William took when crossing into England. The novel's publication coincided with the birth of her only child, Richard George Rougier , whom she called her "most notable indeed peerless work". One husband and two ribald brothers all had fingers in it, and I do not claim it as a Major Work. For the next several years Heyer published one romance novel and one thriller each year.
The romances were far more popular: He often read the proofs of her historical romances to catch any errors that she might have missed, and served as a collaborator for her thrillers. He provided the plots of the detective stories, describing the actions of characters "A" and "B". She found it difficult at times to rely on someone else's plots; on at least one occasion, before writing the last chapter of a book, she asked Rougier to explain once again how the murder was really committed.
Her detective stories, which, according to critic Earl F. Bargainnier, "specialize[d] in upper-class family murders", were known primarily for their comedy, melodrama, and romance. In , Heyer's thrillers began following a pair of detectives named Superintendent Hannasyde and Sergeant later Inspector Hemingway.
The two were never as popular as other contemporary fictional detectives such as Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot and Dorothy L. Sayers's Lord Peter Wimsey. The play focused on the comedy rather than the mystery,  and it closed after three nights. According to critic Nancy Wingate, Heyer's detective novels, the last written in ,  often featured unoriginal methods, motives, and characters, with seven of them using inheritance as the motive.
In one of her novels, the characters' surnames were even in alphabetical order according to the order they were introduced. In , Rougier was called to the Bar , and the family moved first to Brighton , then to Hove , so that Rougier could easily commute to London. The following year, they sent their son to a preparatory school, creating an additional expense for Heyer. The Blitz bombing of —41 disrupted train travel in Britain, prompting Heyer and her family to move to London in so that Rougier would be closer to his work.
The company had an option on her next book; to make them break her contract,  she wrote Penhallow , which the Book Review Digest described as "a murder story but not a mystery story". Her publisher in the United States, Doubleday , also disliked the book and ended their relationship with Heyer after its publication. During World War II, her brothers served in the armed forces, alleviating one of her monetary worries.
Her husband, meanwhile, served in the Home Guard , besides continuing as a barrister. A contact at the publishing house, her close friend A. Frere, later offered to return the rights to her for the same amount of money she was paid.
Heyer refused to accept the deal, explaining that she had given her word to transfer the rights. The appearance of a Heyer novel usually caused the magazine to sell out completely, but she complained that they "always like[d] my worst work". To minimize her tax liability, Heyer formed a limited liability company called Heron Enterprises around Royalties from new titles would be paid to the company, which would then furnish Heyer's salary and pay directors' fees to her family.
She would continue to receive royalties from her previous titles, and foreign royalties — except for those from the United States — would go to her mother. Graeme and I served at Laarbruch together as Dog Handlers, he and the family moved to Canada to a life he and his family loved. Chris passed away in his sleep during the night of 26 October Funeral arrangements will follow once we are aware of them.
Our condolences go to his wife, Anne and the family. Ian lived in St Andrews Fife. I've been advised of the death, last Monday, 12th October of Memb. Tony Cundall, of Victoria, Australia. It is with deep regret that I have the unfortunate news of the passing away of a colleague. Keith is to be cremated at Rawdon Crematorium Horsforth on 27th October at The eulogies were given by Steve Hughes, family members and a work colleague from the Halifax IT security branch.
There was a song sung in the middle of the ceremony by a lady and a guy on a guitar, the song had been written by Keith, apparently a song writer in his own right.
It was well attended by ex RAF Police. Our heart now goes out to Sheila. I am advised that Memb. I've been advised that Member No. Clive Footit of Kidderminster,passed away last month.
No flowers or cards. I last had contact with Martyn about eight years ago at which time he was looking forward to retirement in 18 months. Martyn was a station policeman. I was stationed with him at Scampton and later saw him in Germany. I remember him as a popular and cheerful young man , but of course we were all young men then. I must sadly inform anyone who knew Phil Yeadon that he passed away at the end of August after a long illness. Phil served at various units including St Morgan, Berlin twice and Waddington.
I am in communication with his family. George was a well known character in the trade and my oldest friend in the service. Kit had been fighting to overcome various health problems for a number of years, supported by Ann who took on the role of carer.
Clearly, he recognised my talent for police work and trusted me enough to work on a number of investigations during my first tour of duty in the RAF. He was a great mentor, always immaculate and professional and a credit to both the branch and service.
Indeed, he set me on the right path to a full and successful 25 year career in the RAF Police, and throughout it I often related to Kit as my role model. I will be pleased to pass on any messages of condolence from members to Ann. I received an email from Alan's daughter stating that Alan Hitchen had passed away on August 26th after suffering a heart attack.
He was living in Canada. Just over a year ago,we met up through the Assoc web site and exchanged many electronic laughs. Sadly it wasn't longer. Some members will remember WM2 as a formidable rugby machine along with the Cattigan twins, in the 60s and early 70s. Taffy was not a member of the Association. We were very very cramped to say the least. Never served with him again but remember that time with him. Sir John Curtis Yes a memorable character? Cattigan Of course you could always include Frank Merrick and make it the most handsome quartet to grace a rugby pitch; with Jim Kyle as referee you had a full house of fine young men.
Don had been terminally ill with cancer for several months, but he fought the inevitable with stubborn determination and good humour. Don died peacefully, with Sheila and his daughter Morag by his side. She thanks people for the flowers and wreaths sent and the donations made which were just short of? The family also received over Sympathy Cards which they found difficult to comprehend.
My sincere condolences to Sheila and Morag. Thats John's hand with my camera taking pictures of other cameras!!!!!. What is the world coming too?? On a serious note the service and subsequent 'wake' was one of the must moving I have attended. An indication of how well respected, and liked, was Don. Like everyone who met and worked with Don, I found him to be a real character and a some-one to be respected.
He had a wicked sense of humour and treated everyone with great respect. It was indeed a great pleasure to have worked with Don for a year at Marham. Please pass on my sincere condolences to Sheila and Morag at this sad time.
May Don Rest in Peace and be remembered for a very long time as a gentleman. I was stationed with Don at Marham in when we brought the station online again and I recall some comical times especially as we were living in a temp SSA consisting of hangars and barbed wire with sangers!!
A sad loss may he rest in peace. Don was a character in the RAF Police trade, a real Gentleman, who will be greatly missed by his family and all his friends. Our condolences go to Sheila and Family. Stewart and Doris, Rest in Peace old friend. Although I only got to know Don a couple of years ago, I found him to be a warm and genuine type of bloke. Condolances to Sheila and Family. Rest in Peace Don. Condolances to his family, RIP Don. Don was my FS at the school on both occasions I was there - he was a true gent and friend - he will be sorely missed by those of us lucky enough to have served with and for him.
He was the first to buy me a pint in the Mess when I returned to the school having been promoted a couple of years earlier - I think it was he who insisted we went for a beer. Deespest sympathies to Sheila and the family. Sleep well old fella and save a place for me All our sympathies go to his wife Yvonne and family. In the meantime Ray Orgill is happy to deal with any enquires on May Ken rest in peace.
Any member who intends to go to the funeral and wishes to join in the Honour Guard please be aware that Association beret and medals will be the order of the day. If you intend to go please advise myself or Ray Orgill. Warrant Officer Parker passed away peacefully following a short but bravely borne battle against cancer.
The thoughts and best wishes of the extended RAF Police community are with his immediate family, Rachel and Calum, at this time.
All those attending are requested to be seated by All friends and colleagues are invited to attend all proceedings. The family has requested that no floral tributes are to be sent but donations can be made and will be divided equally between "Help for Heroes" and Macmillan Cancer Support. WO Parker personally requested that the following note, which he had handwritten himself last Friday, be given the widest possible distribution: To all my friends and colleagues, who have offered me such generous support over the past few months, I would like to offer you my heartfelt thanks.
I had hoped to visit Henlow at some point but my illness has now deteriorated to such an extent that it is no longer possible for me to be able to achieve this.
Although I will not be able to see many of you in the final coming days, hopefully weeks, I would just like to express to you all what wonderful memories I have during my career to take with me.?
I would be grateful if you could pass on the sincere condolences of the North West Area Branch to Rachel and Calum at this most difficult of times. I worked with Tim for a number of years on Southern Region?
Tim was a total professional but more importantly a true gentleman and will be so sadly missed. Best wishes Paul Donovan. She was initially employed in the messing office but was later transferred to work in the station HQ. One day she was dealing with a ration invoice for oranges. Having never seen oranges on the unit she approached her WO and queried the invoice only to be told that they had been ordered for the aircrew. Ann, being a fairly well informed young lady, pointed out to the WO that children of 18 years and under were also entitled to the orange ration and therefore she was eligible.
For some time after, until she reached the age of 19 plus, she received an orange as and when they became available. Ann made quite an impression on her WO because in addition to receiving her orange, he secretly gave her his chocolate ration. In May , Ann had her first encounter with the enemy. She was walking on the unit one afternoon when she saw a FSgt running from side to side towards her shouting for her to take cover. Initially, she had no idea what was happening and stopped in the middle of the road.
The FSgt reached her and pushed her against a nearby building and that was when she first saw the Messerschmitt. She recalled that it was so close that she saw the face of the pilot laughing at them as he flew by. The FSgt then pulled her towards the opposite end of the building telling her that the aircraft was coming back.
As it did so, a hail of bullets struck the area where they had initially been standing. It was a lucky escape for Ann and her rescuer. Unfortunately, because of the war the couple were soon separated when her husband was posted to Ceylon leaving his new bride behind to fend for herself.
On the 17 Jan , she arrived in Bombay after the troopship had been chased by an enemy submarine during the final phase of the journey.
For Ann, the best part of the voyage had been going through the Suez Canal and the Red Sea at night; after suffering 4 years of the British wartime blackout it had been wonderful to see the magnitude of lights glowing on the shore as the ship sailed by.
Although her husband was serving with the SIB in Ceylon, he had arranged for his colleagues in Bombay to look after her during her tour in India and had written, telling her that two of his colleagues would meet her from the ship when it arrived.
After disembarking, she was approached by 2 SIB men and although they were charming she felt as though she was under arrest as they escorted her away from the port and took her out to dinner. Living in the Astoria Hotel, Ann was assigned to work at Andheri; the site of today? After being in Bombay for a few months, she met someone that she and her husband had known at Cottesmore.
He had been given an invitation to a party for 2 and asked Ann if she would like to go with him. She accepted and much to her surprise, found herself in a very expensive apartment, owned by an Indian prince, being introduced to high ranking civilians and senior military personnel. He was in company with a provost officer and together they suggested that she should quietly leave.
Although she was enjoying herself, she found herself being led out of the building and being driven back to the Astoria Hotel. A few days later she heard that the SIB had arrived to arrest a high ranking civilian who was alleged to have been spying for the enemy. In the latter half of a new wave of anti-British demonstrations swept India. Ann recalled that the demonstrations organised by the students in Bombay started off peacefully, but were soon taken over by trouble makers and then the majority of the community saw the protest as a means to settle old scores.
She remembers that the demonstrators would stop uniformed British military personnel in the street and demand their hats or ties, which they would burn as an insult to British rule.
As she was accommodated close to the university, it became a common and irritating practice. Later, Ann and a colleague from the Women? Down with the British?
Someone suggested taking the girls uniforms and burning them as a symbol of protest, and the girls were given the option of removing the uniforms or having them removed. Sensing the mood, they offered no resistance and calmly took off their shirts and skirts and handed them over to the cheering crowd. While the uniforms were being burnt, the 2 girls were ushered into a nearby shop where the kindly owner provided them with some replacement clothes and kept them out of harms way until the demonstrators had moved on.
On another occasion, Ann, her husband and a friend were walking along a street when they were warned that a large group of protestors were heading their way. They were ushered into a nearby building and from an upstairs window saw a British Army Sgt still in the street just as the demonstrators came around the corner. They watched in horror as the jeering crowd made their way towards the unarmed NCO and all he could do was back up to the wall of a nearby hotel.
The crowd started to close in and at that point some waiters from the hotel formed a human chain from a first floor window and reached down to help the Sgt. Amazingly, within seconds he had been lifted up and pulled to safety. In another incident, Ann was walking to meet the military vehicle that was taking her to work. As she turned the corner she saw that the vehicle had been attacked by a mob and its contents thrown into the street.
The Indian driver had been beaten unconscious and dumped onto the cargo and the jeering crowd had set fire to it. Having no regard for her own safety, Ann ran screaming towards the mob, grabbed one of the attackers by his hair and pushed him towards the flames until he pulled the driver from the fire. Help soon arrived and the crowd quickly dispersed while the owner of a nearby chemist shop helped her to treat the injured driver until medical help arrived.
She later recalled that although things had happened so quickly, she was not sure who had been more frightened, her or the Indian she was threatening to burn.
Ann and her husband returned to the UK shortly before India was granted independence. Jim Kyle's funeral will take place on Wednesday 12 August, at May Jim Rest in Peace. I wonder if you remember the day at Northern Region when, as I was sounding off about him, you kept looking over my head to warn me that he was standing behind me! When the penny dropped, I turned round, said ' Hello Sir' and walked out.
I few minutes later he came into my office, sat down and we continued to chat about the past as if nothing had happened. May you rest in peace Jim, you will always be one of my favourite characters. The next time I saw him he was a Wg Cdr! He was a kind man and considerate of others.
My condolences to his family and may he Rest in Peace. As such, he will go down in the history of the branch as one of its characters.
Ted Whitlam, died on the 15th April After a long illness. Here are the details for John's funeral May 02, , at h hours, Fenland Crematorium Nights End Road March. PE 15 0 YJ,. We understand that Dennis is in hospital but his condition is unknown.
Many of the 'old and bold' will remember Dennis and Iris. They emigrated to New Zealand in the last couple of years having previously lived in Newark. I have just been informed that member Lionel Leo Seddon died yesterday 18 April He has suffered from leukaemia for several months without complaints. Leo's wife Enid lives at address held by Webmaster. As yet there are no funeral arrangements known. He was a member of the Midland Area Branch.
I do not know of any funeral arrangements or details at this time. Peacefully on March 14th John aged 77 years. Dearly loved dad of Trevor and Debbie, Grandad of Aimee, Jack and Aaron he will be sadly missed by all his family and many friends.
Wednesday March 28th at 1. All friends will be most welcome at the service. Tom Daly, Alvaston, Derbys. From Mal Brown on Facebook: At Johns request only Eddy Shears was present from the RAF Police, although it was a military funeral with friends and colleagues from the other Services.
John was my basic QPD instuctor and then was billeted next to me at Laarbruch for 18 months, probably guilty of teaching me how to abuse alcohol! How many mornings I was woken up by his station shift colleagues banging on his door at 7. I next bumped into John when he was homeless in Nottingham about 7 years ago, He was a recovering alchoholic and was trying to get back on his feet having found a flat. Soon after that he had a liver transplant. I met John on many occassions after that for a coffee as he regularly used to call in the Nick when in town.
He was a proud man and even in hard times took pride in his appearance and RAF history. The 1st things to adorn the walls of his flat were his medals and other RAFP regalia.
Sandra tells be they were buried with him! John had very few photo's of his time in the RAF and if anybody has some they could post I will get them printed out for her.
I have no further details in relation to funeral or as to the cause of his death. A respectable legal practitioner, a beautiful dark-eyed Cornish heiress and her father, a 5, year-old man seeking an ancient love and the Tomb of the mystical Queen Tera all clash spectacularly in hilarious circumstances!
This is mainly because it has caused the downfall of his mighty biscuit empire, which is now in danger of being taken over by the 'Other Biscuit Company'. They plan to stop production of all Gerald's biscuits. The day of foreclosure is rapidly approaching - a disaster for Lipton, an alien from the planet Rich Tea, a planet that is desperate for Diamond biscuits, as its very existence depends on them. The residents of the Sunshine Retirement Village have had enough: Fed up with being ignored, and relegated to the sidelines of life they've decided to prove to the world just how dangerous seniors can be!
Bursting with eccentric characters and crazy shenanigans the play is great fun to stage and a huge audience-pleaser. When the daughter of a rich diamond merchant is kidnapped, it should be his chance to overcome all obstacles and find success. Of course, it would help if he had the faintest idea of how a private detective goes about his business.
Each play stands up in its own right, but the quartet could be played together in many combinations. Each play features one or two main characters and their particular use of the Hall, a Jumble Sale, the Amateur Dramatics group, the scout's Gang Show and the Wedding Reception. After she leaves, they discuss theories as to how she could 'bump the old codger off' without getting caught. Later, a policeman arrives to quiz them on the sudden demise of Vincent..
Is he all that he seems though? What does he say when the real Vincent arrives? Here, the Pebbledon Reps are rehearsing their Christmas show, putting up with cheap costumes and tatty scenery. Instead, his great-great-niece, Stacey Starchy, could inherit. Her plans though, threaten the very fabric of the theatre itself. Meet the most dysfunctional family you can imagine as they try to navigate Christmas.
Peace on earth and good will to all men? This year, with the help of a suicidal French psychiatrist, Mary is determined to take Christmas back.
An hilarious and uplifting Christmas comedy. Armed with a case of beer, a box of girlie magazines and a holy book they are going to 'understand women'. What they discover is not quite what they expected. What's A Calorie Between Friends? The class is threatened with closure so some of the members come up with an outrageous plan to fool the area manager into believing they have actually lost weight.
Things go wrong, people fall out, secrets are revealed, romance blossoms as the whole class joins together to try and make amends. Whatever Happened To Ruby Quicksilver? What made her give it all up and retreat to obscurity? When another hotel's misfortune causes a few of their guests to de-camp, Frankie should be happy, but, the guests begin to cause problems. There's the hen party with some awkward secrets, a young man who thinks he's god's gift to women, and Mavis, a woman for whom nothing is ever right, and her compliant, anything-for-a-quiet-life husband, Cliff.
Not only does the combination of this lot start to raise some temperatures, but it turns out that many years ago, Cliff and Ruby were friendly, and he knows more than he's letting on about Grace, Frankie's daughter.
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