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on 4 March 2010
I have seen this film several times on tv and also got it on dvd as a freebie with a newspaper
the picture quality on the newspaper issue is a bit grainy and it isnt chaptered which means you have to watch it right through or fast fwd it to the bit in the film you left it at
as for the film i like it because of the scenes in the raleigh factory in the early sixties apparently albert finnie did operate the lathe in the film(its bottom bracket axles hes working on)
I have never however been able to establish what model of raleigh racer albert finnie rides in the film despite several attempts with zoom to try and see the transfers on the bike when he lifts it up after unchaining it when going to work.
The reason for this is that i collect classic bicycles and would like to have the same model of bike arthur seaton rode in the film saturday night and sunday morning in my bike collection
Anyone know if the disc amazon sells has any extras such as audio commentry or original trailer?
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