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Everyone All At Once
Everyone All At Once

5.0 out of 5 stars Great album, awful file quality, 3 Nov. 2009
The record is great, but every song file has glitches in it. Some tracks are unlistenable to as they skip so much. Avoid buying it from here but definitely buy it.


Changing Stages: A View of British Theatre in the 20th Century: A View of British Theatre in the Twentieth Century
Changing Stages: A View of British Theatre in the 20th Century: A View of British Theatre in the Twentieth Century
by Richard Eyre
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £40.00

8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a comprehensive study of the history of theatre, 7 Jun. 2001
this book has it all.... easy and intelligently written with prints and images to back it up. Hard back to last the test of time. There is no other book that comes close to the accessibility that this provides. it doesn't patronise, like lots of theatre books do, it merely informs. If you do not know a great deal about theatre before you read it but you certainly will know a great deal after you have finished.


Once Upon A Time In The West [VHS] [1969]
Once Upon A Time In The West [VHS] [1969]
VHS

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Quint-essential Western, 24 Jan. 2001
This film is without a shadow of a doubt my favorite 'western' ever committed to celluloid. The characters are graphic in their portrayals of western life, each one with their own spellbinding theme tune (care of the outstanding Ennio Moriccone). Even if you have never been to the West of America one watch of this film you'll think you have, so dripping with authenticity. Each Actor is brilliantly cast, and the direction brings to life a true epic. This is well worth the buy... one can watch it over and over again and it still doesn't loose its magic. This is by far my favorite western. The only other ones that get close to it are Unforgiven and the Good the bad and the Ugly, also captured by the lens of Leone...


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