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Cool It, Carol!, Movie, 1970 IMDB

Pictures provided by: 50sParis

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Also known as:

  • Die Liebesmuschel (Germany)
  • Kuuma Carol (Finland)
  • La vergine e l'amante (Italy)
  • Fri fräck kärlek (Sweden)
  • The Dirtiest Girl I Ever Met (USA)

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Pierre EN

2016-06-13 04:24

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Diesel suburban stock #1034 changed into 1930s express corridor train at signal box scene.

night cub US

2016-06-13 19:07

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@Pierre - Are you adding pictures?

chicomarx BE

2016-06-20 16:57

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I hope so. Pierre? PIERRE?

Sandie SX

2016-06-23 19:35

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Looking like no pictures then. Validate the blanks but only for the three with role [*][*]+?

Pierre EN

2016-09-03 19:32

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I'm here, Chico (I like the '@') but I've just confessed my incompetence to Sandie on 'Une vie en retour' not a page that I initiated.
Might be easier for me if I work with a laptop or a pc?

-- Last edit: 2016-09-03 19:40:49

Sandie SX

2016-09-03 20:41

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It depends on how you're planning on working. Do you have the movies on disc or have a source to get them online? If you do it's probably easier to work with a PC or laptop. There's lots of ways to make screenshots. I usually use PowerDVD for watching discs/downloaded files and that has a button you press to make a screenshot when you pause. That's possible with some of the other players (like MPC-HC which is free) too.

Of course, of you are viewing online there's always the PrtSc button then pasting it into a Paint document (this is not advised but I used to do it :D and it was always easy).

Sunbar UK

2016-09-04 14:15

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I used an early version of WinDVD for many years on WindowsXP or earlier but I had problems with upgrading to later versions. So now I use [=url]http://vlc-media-player.en.softonic.com/[/url] and IrfanView. http://www.irfanview.com/

As DVD player and screen capture tools they do everything I need and a free download. Cropping, and other adjustments including playback speed plus batch processing make it ideal for getting images I find.

-- Last edit: 2016-09-04 16:56:19

50sParis NL

2018-01-31 16:55

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Well, if none of the UK gang is interested in sharing some pictures of their beautiful British heritage, I guess someone else will have to do it (always glad to help my fellow EU citizens :D )

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