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Heavens Above!, Movie, 1963 IMDB

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  • Lassù qualcuno mi attende (Italy)

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JCB UK

2020-04-02 09:01

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Typical Boulting Brothers B&W comedy with Peter Sellers-
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JCB UK

2020-04-02 16:21

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Two other Limos feature but no good views .

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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-04-02 17:09

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First thumb is a Princessy type thing. Second one may be the Royce, see the monogram on the door, and the demister on the windscreen.

Look at Cecil Parker’s body language, esp his hands. Spot on!

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electra225 IT

2020-04-02 17:25

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I was nearlt adding the rare (in UK) 1959 Plymouth Fury visible in the background in the last picture on an unknown very light van. I think it is absolutely worth listing as very rare in UK.

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JCB UK

2020-04-03 12:06

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Not made the grade -Two derelict Fordson E83w vans seen plus BBC film unit Farina probably Morris Oxford estate, back of roller.
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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-04-03 14:32

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There are actually two Royces in the film, maybe both owned by the same hire company since they seem to have a similar monogram on the back door. The Lady of the Manor seems to be driven in a large 40/50 hp car, the Archdeacon using a Twenty. Both cars are venerable antiquities, even in 1963. We see the Twenty in more detail and it is pre 1928, the year in which radiator shutters changed to vertical. The other car is more a matter for conjecture, but is parked outside the church in the Esso Bedford picture.

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