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Archive Footage


morddwyd
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Can't wait to see a new programme about Roman gladiators next week.

According to the blurb, it combines "archive footage of real events with movie clips"!

Should be fascinating.

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Aitchbee

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Maybe togas will come back into fashion. Hee hee My inside leg is 31".

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Woolwell

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A link to the blurb might be useful.

I think that this may be archive footage of the film.

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morddwyd

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So do I, but that's not what it says.

It says archive footage of real events!

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interzone55

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Well Fred Flintstone had a cine camera, so I don't see why the Roman's wouldn't have access to the same technology...

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Quickbeam

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If I remember correctly, Freddie Flinstone's cine camera had a bird in it rapidly chiselling the frames into the stone reel...

Post No 7739...

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Aitchbee

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A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum...That was a real event. I'm talking about the comedy film from 1966 starring Zero Mostel, Phil Silvers & Buster Keaton.Don't titter ..no.. that was Frankie Howard! in Up Pompeii.Oh please yourselves.

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