he would have been in the back surely ? I noticed the door undone, perhaps our resident gas fitter got out, odd his body hs not yet washed up, but I suppose they will be checking the tides for thatSeems a bit harsh to demand payment for somebody who never even visited Cardiff's training ground or even wore their shirt, but as my old gran used to say when she was running her shop that sold lots of tat "You touch you buy". The player was at least insured by the club at the time of his deep sea dive, but the next bit is determining whether the skeletal remains are the footballer or the pilot. He's been down there a wee while. Plenty of time for the crabs and other sea life to have had a decent feast.
I shall watch Gumshoe tonight in memory of Albert Finney.
I have it on DVD
He’s on the telly tonight playing the Gamekeeper/Ghillie Kincade in the Bond film Skyfall at 8pm ITV2, one of the better ones from the entire series of 007 movies for me.I'd recommend 'The Gathering Storm', as he does a mean WSC Churchill.
. . . plus, 'Gumshoe' hasn't aged well, IMO.
One of the last of a breed. Good actor who could switch from kitchen sink drama to light comedy effortlessly. I thought he was superb in 'Tom Jones' and of course a tour de force in 'Saturday night and Sunday Morning'. I also saw him in something with Tom Finney, 'The Dresser@ and that was excellent.Albert Finney, 82.
In one scene, she and another actress were riding a rather large horse together, young Susannah in front. She was, as was the custom at the time, riding sidesaddle, and doing a very good job of controlling said horse. I was quite impressed by her horsemanship (horsepersonship?).Is that a metaphor?