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    Downton Abbey: A New Era

    Saw the movie today. It is EXCELLENT, if you like Downton.
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    #2
    It's a film...movies are for the septics..

    Garf

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      #3
      Originally posted by Garfield, Waterlooville View Post
      It's a film...movies are for the septics..

      Garf
      Oi! Mind who you refer to as a Septic Tank! These days I’m an honorary Manc 😉as I’ve lived here far longer than I ever lived in NY. I am really looking forward to seeing the new Downton film as we just watched the previous one again last week and still enjoyed it. Will there be anything in it to rival Mr Moseley curtsying to the Queen during the state dinner? I certainly hope so!

      Take care. Helen

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        #4
        I saw it last week and thought it was excellent too.
        Jill

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          #5
          ...the bit in the "film" where they were supposed to be on a ferry crossing the channel to France:

          The long shots of the ferry were CGI. However the scene of the cast onboard, was filmed on Edinburgh's Royal Yacht Britannia.
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            #6
            We went to see it last Monday with our daughter and soon to be son in law, thoroughly enjoyed it.

            Our local cinema in Clacton offers very good value, it was refurbished a number of years ago and extremely comfortable with all the modern facilities and tickets are only £3.50 and £4.50 depending on day and times you visit and it shows all the latest films. Compare these prices with with what the chain of National cinema’s charge.

            In the film the Electric Palace Cinema in Harwich is featured, this is one of the oldest purpose-built cinemas built in 1911 to survive complete with its silent screen, original projection room and ornamental frontage still intact. It has just reopened after a £1.5 million pound refurbishment. The photo is one I took a number of years ago.

            Downton Abbey film shines light on Harwich's Electric Palace https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-61272978



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