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“I know where I’m going” revisited documentary, availability?


Brumas
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I.K.W.I.G. is one of our favourite films so I was pleased, when I googled it for extra info, to learn that a television documentry was made in 1994.

“Nancy Franklin was so overwhelmed by the film 'I Know Where I'm Going!' (1945) that she traveled from New York to the Western Isles of Scotland to see the places where it was made and to find out more about the people who made it. This documentary retraces her steps on a subsequent visit.”

I would like to find a copy but I cannot seem to get anywhere in my search, all I succeed in doing is going round and round in circles (unlike the title). So, unless the glaringly obvious is staring me in the face, how do I locate a copy?

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Brumas

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cycoze, no probs.

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Toneman

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Do we have another Powell/Pressburger fan, my favourite is The Tales of Hoffmann...

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Brumas

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Toneman I would dearly like to see "The Edge of the World", have you seen it, if so I would appreciate your opinion?

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Toneman

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Brumas - that rings a very small bell, must look further...

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Woolwell

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Armchair

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Very good film. 'The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp' is my favourite by them, though.

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Brumas

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Armchair I also enjoyed the film, Roger Livesey at his best.

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Toneman

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Brumas - to follow my previous, I don't think I've seen the film but recall Michael Powell's comments on it's making in his book,"Million Dollar Movie", the follow-up to his "Life in Movies"...

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