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Bluebottle

Entry: The Ultimate Carry On Film Guide: 1968 - 1970 - A87929301
Author: Bluebottle - U43530

The second half of former entry: The Ultimate Carry On Film Guide: 1965 - 1969

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SashaQ - happysad

Excellent - the introductory paragraphs and concluding paragraph bookend this nicely so I enjoyed reading the Entry and found it flowed well smiley - biggrin

The only question I had was towards the end about who is Yutte.

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A87929301 - The Ultimate Carry On Film Guide: 1968 - 1970

Post 3

Bluebottle

Yutte Stensgaard is a Danish model/actress. The most seen of Yutte Stensgaard is in 'Lust for a Vampire' (1971), the second of Hammer's infamous Karnstein Trilogy featuring the lesbian anagram-loving smiley - vampire Carmilla/Mircalla. Other than her playing the central character of Mircalla there, it appears that the rest of her career was spent in minor roles.

Sadly with these entries there are lots of actors, all of whom have their own life story, but there just isn't room to even summarise them all. James Beck, of course, is famous for playing Walker in 'Dad's Army' and died a couple of years after his role here was excised. (And Rank destroyed all the film reels containing their films' deleted scenes in the 1980s in order to get storage space (!) which means that their scene won't even be available to view as a deleted scene.

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SashaQ - happysad

Aha, I see. I just wondered why her scene being cut was 'tragically' smiley - winkeye but it relates more to James Beck, I see (I'm not well versed in Dad's Army) - is there a link you can put on James Beck?


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Post 5

Bluebottle

The tragedy is because a couple of years later James Beck died unexpectedly at the age of 44. He popped out, declared a school fete open and on the way home dropped down dead (or died three weeks later in hospital depending on which obituary you read). I've added a 'Dad's Army' link, though.

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SashaQ - happysad

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Congratulations - Your Entry has been Recommended for the Edited Guide!

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Post 8

SashaQ - happysad

Congratulations! smiley - bubblysmiley - biggrin


Congratulations - Your Entry has been Recommended for the Edited Guide!

Post 9

Bluebottle

All these 'Carry On' entries seem to be leaving Peer Review backwards smiley - huh
Thanks – I look forward to seeing it on the Front Pagesmiley - wow

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