Brit Pop Movies of a Certain Age
Episode 3 - Band of Thieves and Dateline Diamonds
After several months hiding out in a safehouse owned by Jimmy the Greek, Matt “Fingers” Bragg & Gavin “The Tonsils” Lazarus feel the heat’s died down enough to head back daaaaaahn the old manor with a swag-bag containing the latest episode of Brit Pop Movies of a Certain Age - a Pop-and-Cop double-bill, giving it plenty of verbal regarding the movies “Band of Thieves” (1962) and “Dateline Diamonds” (1966).
Singin’ like bleedin’ canaries they are. But stick it in your shell-likes or we’ll send the boys raaaahhhnd.
Oh - and you ain’t seen us - orwright?!
Show Notes: https://tinyurl.com/BPMOACA3Notes
…and if you’re still in Lockdown and gagging for a pint, have a vicarious trip down the boozer via the BFI’s “Roll Out the Barrel” DVD set; includes the short films “All in Good Time” (1964) and “Under the Table You Must Go” (1969) as referenced in this edition of the podcast
“All I Wanna Do is Sing” (Acker Bilk/Norrie Paramor/Peter Pavey)
“I Think of You” (David Gold/Keith Mansfield)
“I’ve Got Mine” (Steve Marriott/Ronnie Lane/Jimmy Winston/Kenney Jones)
ERRATUM: Regarding the owners of the Ruskin Arms pub in Manor Park, Jimmy Winston's family name was actually Langwith. Just thought we'd clear that up.