"The Keeper"

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  1. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

    Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Just finished watching it. Highly charged and very emotional film for anyone who grew up watching City in the Fifties and early Sixties.
     
  2. BillCarlisle Ex-Manchester

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    Been waiting for it to come out on DVD as for some reason it wasn't shown at Vue in Carlisle (our only cinema). All sorts of other shite but not Bert's story. Like you I grew up in the days of Bert, Big Dave & co. Gonna get it this week & can't wait to watch it. I've been told there are a few inaccuracies though, despite John Henshaw's attempts to put the director right.
     
  3. Man_City_Loyal

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    still waiting for amazon to post mine
     
  4. davek1808

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    Watched it last night thought it was a cracking film.
     
  5. comiskey33

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    Just watched The Keeper, what a great film, what a keeper, what a man.
     
  6. bakerdave76

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    Watched it last night great film top set of actors,well worth the watch .
     
  7. RACHACE

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    Still not come up on my dodgy box yet.
     
  8. comiskey33

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    Alot of scenes filimed in Ireland not far from where i live
     
  9. Sid C

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    Glad I clocked this thread, off to Majorca in the morning and have been desperately trying to find something decent to watch on the plane so I don’t have to listen to the wife squawking about turbulence. £9.99 money well spent.
     
  10. lefty goldblatt

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    My "ahem" mate wouldn't mind knowing if you used a stick and which app. He sends his thanks in advance
     
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