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The Iron Maiden, Movie, 1963 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Reluctant Maiden (Australia)
  • De ijzeren maagd (Belgium)
  • Die eiserne Jungfrau (Germany)
  • La doncella de hierro (Spain)
  • Un beau châssis (France)
  • La vergine di ferro (Italy)
  • The Swingin' Maiden (USA)

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s13a RU

2020-02-19 16:35

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Country: United Kingdom
Year: 1963
Genre: Comedy

Director: Gerald Thomas
Starring: Michael Craig, Anne Helm, Jeff Donnell and others.

Baube QC

2020-02-19 16:38

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1963.. i guess the band won't play on the soundtrack.. :/ .. :lol:

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-19 17:38

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Gamer DE

2020-02-19 17:56

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Don't look it up, at 72 it'll destroy your ears.

s13a RU

2020-02-19 19:02

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s13a RU

2020-02-19 19:05

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For IMPDb:
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GodzillaFan54 CA

2020-02-19 19:41

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johnfromstaffs wrote ?
Iron Maiden is a famous and popular British heavy metal band formed in East London in 1975 and still going strong 45 years later. I'm surprised you never heard of them.

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2020-02-19 19:45

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Especially considering that Bruce Dickinson is a connoisseur of other kinds of heavy metal, namely aircraft and steam locomotives.

AnimatronixX DE

2020-02-19 19:48

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@John: Imagine a construction site with guitars - that's all you want to know about it. ;)

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-19 19:50

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If it can’t be played at 78rpm, I don’t do it.

AnimatronixX DE

2020-02-19 19:54

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I can check this for you. I (unintentionally) happen to own one of their vinyl albums somewhere. If I ever find it, I'll let you know what my gramophone makes of it. :D

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-19 20:03

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AnimatronixX wrote I'll let you know what my gramophone makes of it. :D


Mincemeat?

tore-40 NO

2020-02-19 22:31

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GodzillaFan54 wrote Iron Maiden is a famous and popular British heavy metal band formed in East London in 1975 and still going strong 45 years later. I'm surprised you never heard of them.


I’m sure John would prefer the medieval box with heavy metal spikes ;)

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-19 22:37

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I think that I would prefer the spikes to heavy metal music.

For musical relaxation I'll stay with Roger Wolff Kahn, or Jack Hylton.

the sad biker UK

2020-02-19 23:36

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johnfromstaffs wrote I think that I would prefer the spikes to heavy metal music.

For musical relaxation I'll stay with Roger Wolff Kahn, or Jack Hylton.


I think Iron Maiden might be too much for JFS, I'm a 70's rock dinosaur and I don't like 'em. The bluesier end of Led Zep' might be a better introduction to the joys of the guitar riff.

Baube QC

2020-02-20 00:24

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if i had to pick a british rock band for guitar introduction i think i'd prefer Pink Floyd :)

i don't know that much about Iron Maiden ( surprisingly ) i know the name, a few songs, they sold a bunch of T-shirts.. ;)

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62imperial US

2020-02-20 04:07

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Good little picture! Interesting to see Alan Hale, Jr. just before he took his "three-hour tour", and I got a good laugh out of the writers trying to pass off a Handley Page Victor bomber as a new British airliner :whistle:.

The tractors - sorry, traction engines - were new to me as vintage collectibles. Neat stuff.

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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-20 08:28

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Tractor — Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"

Traction engine — see above.

As far as the aircraft go, I don’t think we had got over the Comet disasters when this film was made. I recall being distinctly twitchy about flying on a DanAir Comet IV.

You may find some interest in looking up the locations used for this film which are listed by IMDB. I have memories of the Dorchester, but perhaps we’d best not go there!

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AnimatronixX DE

2020-02-20 14:39

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For once I'm really excited seeing these atmospheric pictures, wishing I was right there at this steam engine event in 1963 - and the movie isn't available on DVD! :/

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-20 15:25

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I attended quite a number of these events at the time. We had a local show every year that was both large and well attended by the public and the machines. They still have a number of gatherings every year, but now not locally.

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-20 15:43

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the sad biker wrote

The bluesier end of Led Zep' might be a better introduction to the joys of the guitar riff.


I'll probably stick with Mike Pingitore on the banjo, thanks.

LVCDC FR

2020-02-22 20:43

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s13a wrote For IMPDb:
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Thanks for the effort !
Already on IMPDB (so I update it with this IMCDB page).

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