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Truefitt & Hill No 10 Post Shave Cologne Balm (50 &hellip by Truefitt & Hill
5.0 out of 5 stars Good stuff., 27 Jun 2014
I bought this product on the strength of the 2 previous reviews, and I'm glad I did. It does have a nice fragrance. I personally don't like a too strong a smell as it puts me off my beer, which of course is a big no no. It has a neat dispenser, no chance of any waste, and you don't need to use a lot as a little goes along way. It feels good, not greasy, and makes your skin feel good for a long time after.
Yes, I would definitely recommend this product.
12 Angry Men [DVD] [1957] <b>DVD</b> ~ Henry Fonda
12 Angry Men [DVD] [1957] DVD ~ Henry Fonda
5.0 out of 5 stars Great classic film, 13 Mar 2014
I first saw this film as young lad in the late sixty's, and couple of time since. Then I saw the play at the Garrick theatre with Martin Shaw. That's why I bought this DVD to compare it with the play. The film is just as gripping as when I first saw it. It's about 12 Jurors in a New York court house room deliberating if the young lad who is accused of murdering his father Is guilty or not. The first vote that is taken, one man, ( Henry Fonda,) votes not guilty. Slowly but surely after more deliberating and voting, more jurors find him not guilty. It's surprising how the jurors work out the clues to the case from what was said and seen in the court room something that the young mans lawyer… Read more
Exchanging Islands by Graham Mcglone
Exchanging Islands by Graham Mcglone
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Once I started reading this book I couldn't put it down. You can well imagine a nuclear war starting the way it does in this story. Just when you think nothing else could possibly happen and the story must be over something else crops up to get you going again. The ending is a corker.
If possible, read the authors first book "The Silvertown kid" before you read this as he relives one of his experiences in it. I can imagine this book would make a great film.

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