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Tunde's Film, Short Movie, 1974 IMDB

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JCB UK

2020-04-22 15:00

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Youth crime drama set in incredibly scruffy and grim looking 1970's East End London.
Free to watch on BFI AND UTube
https://player.bfi.org.uk/free/film/watch-tundes-film-1973-online

One thing that strikes me about 70s and earlier film is how very thin most people are !


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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-04-22 16:19

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Is the thinness a function of the 1970s, or a reflection of the youthfulness of the cast?

There were some actors at that time who were less than svelte.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Emney

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JCB UK

2020-04-22 20:53

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Current early twenties people no where near this thin.
Could figure in a South Korean film !

JCB UK

2020-04-22 20:55

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Unusual Morris or Austin LD with side loading bodywork-
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JCB UK

2020-04-22 20:57

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Little known fact that young Gordon Brown and Boris Johnson were joint partners in a Linen shop in the East End.
Running an old Ford on sales.
Partnership was dissolved due to irreconciable differences in the future way ahead :)

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dsl SX

2020-04-22 21:06

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JCB wrote Little known fact that young Gordon Brown and Boris Johnson were joint partners in a Linen shop in the East End.
Partnership was dissolved ...

They were taken over by Osama Bed Linen.

dsl SX

2020-04-22 21:11

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JCB wrote One thing that strikes me about 70s and earlier film is how very thin most people are!

I was much thinner in the 1970s as well. Then I discovered beer, women, prog-rock, Pot Noodles and denim jackets.

Baube QC

2020-04-22 21:12

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:lol:

JCB UK

2020-04-22 21:12

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Seventiesana-

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the sad biker UK

2020-04-22 21:19

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johnfromstaffs wrote Is the thinness a function of the 1970s, or a reflection of the youthfulness of the cast?



I have a group photo of my year intake of apprentices in 1979, 100 odd racing snakes.

No McDonalds/Dominos/kebabs & coke was a treat not a staple.

JCB UK

2020-04-22 21:20

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dsl wrote
I was much thinner in the 1970s as well. Then I discovered beer, women, prog-rock, Pot Noodles and denim jackets.


Beer , women , HEAVY rock , pot noodles , denim jackets, Angel Delight and Smash KEPT me thin in the seventies :)

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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-04-22 21:21

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How many calories are there in a denim jacket?

Baube QC

2020-04-22 21:24

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:lol:

probably not that much..

the sad biker UK

2020-04-22 22:01

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Wrangler jackets & monkey boots were school uniform, the posh kids had Levis & Docs.

dsl SX

2020-04-22 22:07

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johnfromstaffs wrote How many calories are there in a denim jacket?

Depends how many Toffee Crisps are suffed in all the pockets.

JCB UK

2020-04-22 22:12

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Turquoise 4 button high waist trousers with big flares, white shirt with 747 wing size collar and clowns printed on , orange and brown horizontal striped tank top ( one seen in this film !) patent plastic 4in heel platform shoes with red toecaps . Long unstyled thick hair .
Normal garb for my day at 6th form college in 1975 and everyone else similar !
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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-04-22 23:26

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Good grief!

We still had to conform to uniform. Striped shirts were banned, as were duffel coats. I used to wear blue shirts with white collars, using plastic collars which were wipe clean. As my cohort joined the 6th form, the rules were relaxed so we didn’t have to wear caps.

dsl SX

2020-04-23 00:18

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JCB wrote .... Angel Delight ...

Posh folk!! We had to make do with Birds Instant Whip. And that was Special Occasions only.

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