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The Ballad of Tam Lin, Movie, 1970 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Ballad of Tam-Lin
  • The Devil's Woman
  • La viuda del diablo (Spain)
  • Sapore di donna (Italy)
  • The Devil's Widow (USA)

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dsl SX

2019-09-12 20:49

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With a white Aston DBS in the extra pic in Jensen comments, this film might be worth tracking down for a full posting??

s13a RU

2020-02-02 03:15

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Country: United Kingdom
Year: 1970
Genre: Horror

Director: Roddy McDowall
Starring: Ava Gardner, Ian McShane, Richard Wattis and others.

s13a RU

2020-02-02 03:15

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Other distant/blurry background vehicles:
[Image: humbersedani.jpg] [Image: backg2.1.jpg] [Image: backg4.1.jpg] [Image: backg6.jpg] [Image: backg7.jpg] [Image: backg8.jpg] [Image: backg9.jpg] [Image: backg10.jpg] [Image: backg11.jpg] [Image: fordcortinaii1.jpg] [Image: backg12.jpg] [Image: backg14.jpg] [Image: backg15.jpg] [Image: backg16.jpg]

s13a RU

2020-02-02 03:15

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A Plane:
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LVCDC FR

2020-02-02 03:39

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Boeing 727 with a bad ratio ...

dsl SX

2020-02-02 20:39

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I wonder which 3-lane motorway they used for filming. Looks a brand new stretch but unopened - parts of the M5 were opened about this time, or maybe southern bit of M6 from Birmingham to M1 junction?? M4 and M1 don't seem to have new bits opening for 69-70.

s13a RU

2020-02-02 20:53

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Some guidance/landmarks:
[Image: roads1.jpg] [Image: roads2.jpg] [Image: roads3.jpg] [Image: roads4.jpg] [Image: roads5.jpg]

dsl SX

2020-02-02 21:08

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^ Thanks. A631 sign, the Stanley village sign, and the pit village could be M1 north of Sheffield to match the M1 sign. If so wiki info about build dates for various motorway sections (M1 and others) is OK without being totally convincing.

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