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Heureux anniversaire, Short Movie, 1962 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Feliz Aniversário (Portugal)
  • The Anniversary (United Kingdom)
  • Happy Anniversary (USA)

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dsl SX

2011-01-06 12:48

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@sixcyl Sorry but I can't take the suspense any longer - how many Sunbeam Rapiers in this film??

DynaMike NL

2011-01-06 12:53

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:D I know the feeling... I've spotted the first Panhard already ;)

ingo DE

2011-01-06 13:09

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@dsl: an Alfa-fan has it better with sixcyl-contributed movies ;)

What do you think, how often -when sixcyl is busy with posting pics of early-70ies-movies- I was hanging around in front of my PC, totally tired in the late evening and waiting, waiting, waiting... :/ More than a half dozen times for sure...

sixcyl FR

2011-01-06 13:11

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Come on! don't do your 'ingo' do you? ..there are NO Sunbeam Rapier ! :lol:
This film could be more interesting for Mike ;indeed ..:)

dsl SX

2011-01-06 13:18

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sixcyl wrote .. there are NO Sunbeam Rapier!

What - no Sunbeam Rapiers!!!! Well I'll go and do something useful then - count my teaspoons or sort out my drawer full of socks to match up all the odd ones ........

ingo DE

2011-01-06 13:23

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dsl wrote count my teaspoons


Only counting? Not polishing? Not enough silver content for that, eeh? :p

dsl SX

2011-01-06 13:30

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ingo wrote Not polishing?

I don't like to interfere with the servants' duties.

sixcyl FR

2011-01-06 13:45

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:D

dsl SX

2011-01-06 14:13

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ingo wrote What do you think, how often -when sixcyl is busy with posting pics of early-70ies-movies- I was hanging around in front of my PC, totally tired in the late evening and waiting, waiting, waiting...

For the cars or the pretty women????

Gomselmash11

2011-01-06 18:09

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@ dsl: I think for the second (?) :whistle:

sixcyl FR

2011-01-06 20:02

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Pendant ce temps la dulcinée attend, s'ennuie, et se venge sur le Pauillac. (Laurence Lignères)
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chicomarx BE

2011-01-06 20:04

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Superbes photos. :king:

Bebert FR

2011-01-07 09:18

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Pauillac?.. C'est dit dans le film ou c'est une extrapolation Sixcylienne?.. L'étiquette ressemble à Lafite, mais ce n'est pas Lafite...
S'il y a d'autres photos plus nettes, je suis preneur. Merci.

sixcyl FR

2011-01-07 13:23

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Non, non ce n'est pas une extrapauillaction de ma part, il m'a bien semblé voir une étiquette de ce célèbre breuvage... mais tu me fais douter, alors je descends à la cave vérifier ça!

sixcyl FR

2011-01-07 13:40

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Bon! je confirme:
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Domaine? année ? ça sera plus dur!
C.Q.F.D (Ce Qu'il Fallait Déboucher) ;)

A propos, quand te lance-tu sur IMWineDb?
Cheers!

ingo DE

2011-01-07 14:27

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:think: Is it a French manner to put the cutlery upside down? In my book for perfect behaviour (from 1953 :whistle: ) it\'s shown in a different way. But the sequence is the same, you use it from the outside as first.

IMWineDb? Hmmm,why not? Here a pic of a premium class meal, gracious styled in a sophisticated ambiente :D
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The wine (1 liter for 1.39 € at LIDL) has maybe not a real big name - but it doesn\'t cause tummy ache or acid reflux (like all the acid-containing Bordeaux-wines are doing with me).
The photo was taken in a hotel-room on the Faroe-Islands. We\'d been pissed about the prices there, that we have subsisted from the food, we took with us ;)

Bebert FR

2011-01-07 16:58

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Merci pour la photo.
Il semblerait que ce soit Pichon-Longueville, plus connu sous le nom de Pichon-Baron. En opposition à Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, son voisin. Mais l'étiquette doit être assez ancienne, parce qu'en 1958, c'était déjà celle qui orne les bouteilles aujourd'hui encore. C'est donc bien un Pauillac.
Pour IMWDb, il y a longtemps que j'y pense, mais je manque de temps, de compétences informatiques et de courage...

To ingo: what gives you acid reflux is not especially Bordeaux. It's the too important amount of SO² one puts into the wine. Try the organic wines. ;)

Bebert FR

2011-01-07 17:08

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Après recherches complémentaires, il pourrait s'agir du deuxième vin de Pichon-Baron: Les Tourelles de Longueville.

sixcyl FR

2011-01-08 08:56

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Cher Bébert , je connaissais tes compétences et la passion qui t'anime, en matière d'oenologie, mais là je suis vraiment impressionné! :king:

Bebert FR

2011-01-08 11:31

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Merci, mais il suffit de savoir lire... C'est écrit clairement "Longueville". Et des Longueville à Pauillac, il n'y en a pas des milles et des cents...
Après consultation d'un ami grand spécialiste du Bordeaux (il a même écrit un remarquable ouvrage sur le sujet...), ce serait bien l'étiquette de Pichon-Longueville. Mais une étiquette de négoce. Car à l'époque, il n'était pas rare que ce soit les négociants qui fassent la mise en bouteille.

Désolé pour ces digressions hors automobile et cinéma.

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