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Re: Ultimate Book of Lists by Rusted on 14 December 2002 7:42am
 
How about the Comfy Chair?

(Mary can already hear choruses of the 'the comfy chair?!" starting...)

It's alright, Ellen, it's good to know that you've observed my posts enough to recognize I use a certain phrase a lot. LOL!

I can't recall from the last time you described it (and I cannot find the movie ANYWHERE, I may have to order it online), what type of character does Michael play in "American Friends"? What is it about mutton chops that makes the character more realistic? ;O)

~Mary
 
Re: Ultimate Book of Lists by eroomnala on 18 December 2002 12:40am
 
Michael plays a character based on his own grandfather and apparently the screenplay for American Friends came about when a relative told Mike that he had some diaries from his grandfather and gave them to Michael to read which set him of on retelling the story
Here's the us.imdb.com information about the film
http://us.imdb.com/Title?0101324
with some nice user comments about it
It even won the Writers Guild of Great Britain award for 1991
http://us.imdb.com/Tawards?0101324
for the screenplay
 
Re: Ultimate Book of Lists by Rusted on 18 December 2002 7:22am
 
Thanks!

~Mary (shortest post ever made? Oo, no, ruined it now..."what a give away!")

 
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