George Sanders’ “getting SO tired of people people dying mid-conversation” expression.
Noelian Heights was just perfect, I could have died of happiness when Julian came on as Heathcliff.
Max (James Mason) endures the life of a castaway in A Touch of Larceny (1959)
- I understand what I see in him. It’s the truth about us all. He’s doomed.
Look at this moustachioed bromance dot com. Gratuitous.
Errol Flynn & David Niven in The Dawn Patrol 1938
I love how this gifset makes it look like a knockabout romantic comedy, instead of the glorious heartbreak it actually is.
#I don’t do bromance
Let’s drop the “b” and bring this ship into the shore. And throw away the oars FOREVER.
The Tube: An Underground History is a smashing little documentary for anyone who, like me, has an inordinate fondness for the tube and its history. On the iplayer here. As a quite astonishing bonus, it’s narrated by Julian Barratt. I know.
Michael Ball & Terry Wogan - 1992 Eurovision Song Contest