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>> Click here to see MissScarlett's game collections. Full Member

   MissScarlett has kibitzed 5383 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-22-17 Biographer Bistro
MissScarlett: <<MissS> your collection looks quite good for a start - but your inclusion of Walker's commentary about Morphy: Game Collection: Birmingham 1858 needs some balance.> A friendly word in your shell-like. Keep your nose out till it's finished, or until I request help
   May-22-17 Beetlestone (replies)
MissScarlett: I think if your name is William Beetlestone Hayley, you call yourself William Hayley.
   May-21-17 Vienna Game (C27) (replies)
MissScarlett: Known to theory?
   May-21-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
MissScarlett: <Hazz>, forget <Lady Muck>, you're invited to my wedding. Can't wait for you to see my nuptials.
   May-21-17 Djuro Szabo
MissScarlett: <If someone can access the Liverpool Mercury obit mentioned above, it would be nice to get a dob for Emeric.> Morning Advertiser (London), April 13th 1865, p.5: <On the 10th inst., at 11, Duke-street, St. James's-square, Colonel Emeric de Szabo, of the late Hungarian ...
   May-21-17 FIDE Grand Prix Moscow (2017) (replies)
MissScarlett: Grand Prizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz... Is it over? What happened?
   May-20-17 Lasker vs E Dale, 1908 (replies)
MissScarlett: <From a simul in Sheffield, England in April 1908.> The <Sheffield Daily Telegraph>, March 27th 1908, p.3: <One of the most important events in the chess history of Sheffield took place last night, when Dr. Lasker, the champion of the world, paid a visit to the ...
   May-20-17 Lasker vs W M Brooke, 1908 (replies)
MissScarlett: <Lasker scored +22=4-4.> Your source? Note that Whyld in <The Collected Games of Emanuel Lasker> (Nottingham, 1998) gives this Sevenoaks simul as 26 boards (+20 =5 -1), apparently based on the BCM, but even that source mentioned 29 opponents, a figure confirmed by ...
   May-20-17 Lasker vs W Gooding, 1908
MissScarlett: <TheFocus: Mrs. Gooding, actually. From a simul in Cheltemham, England on February 10, 1908. Lasker scored +23=2-0 of 17 games.> Miss Gooding. Date is February 19th. 23+2-0=25.
   May-19-17 W Pollock vs C Moehle, 1890
MissScarlett: <Whack a Moehle>
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  harrylime: Spiritualized


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  harrylime: DAVID HOLMES


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  harrylime: WHY CAN'T THE ENGLISH ??!

I Neeeeeeed sum


My Fair Lady - Why Can't The English?

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  harrylime: yo <MissScarlett>

You don't use your forum but whatever....

I watched the Ealing movie "Whisky Galore" this week ... Did a bit of research.. ok 2 mins lol ... and discovered it was made on the Isle of Barra ...

I went on Google street view and went up the street on my little lappy where Alexander Mackendrick would've been setting up his camera team ect ...

I've done this before with movies and locations. It's cool to re visit and see what was being seen then and see what is being seen now.

Have you seen " I know where I'm going" ?

A Powell and Prezzie movie.

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  MissScarlett: <Isle of Barra> A wild and lonely place...

<Have you seen " I know where I'm going" ?>

Yes, I told you I have a crush on Wendy Hiller. I think this film was produced under the auspices of the Scottish tourist board.

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  harrylime: Yo <Scazz>

I Know where I'm Going ..

It's a magical mystical movie which entrances !

"I Know Where I'm Going Revisited" 1994 (Powell and Pressburger)

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  harrylime: Pretty brief stuff here for MITCH but I'll take anything re Mitch on YT lol

What Happened to Robert Mitchum?

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  harrylime: The Cure - Just Like Heaven

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  harrylime: Who are yooooo ?

So many sock puppets ..

makes me uber cynical !

But er ...

HARRYS' movie watch !

"Their Finest" ... Watched it last nite .. it's good ..

I was expecting some Ealingesque Titfield Thunderbold of a movie .. all the worse coz it's now ...

But it made me cry ... and I was thinking ... Ealing movies weren't supposed to make you cry ! lol lol

So this is something different !

"Their Finest" ...

check it oooooot x

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  MissScarlett: <Hazz>, I don't watch films made after 1963...
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  harrylime: I don't believe you .

I know you are lying ..

I also know you have loads of SOCK PUPPET accounts in this place ..


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  harrylime: You noticed I'm the only other poster on YOUR forum ...

Why is that ?

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  harrylime: Last post on ere from me .


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  MissScarlett: <I also know you have loads of SOCK PUPPET accounts in this place ..>

I am he
As you are he
As you are me
And we are all together

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  harrylime: Yo <scazzamungus>

I checked out that movie <Sea Fury>

Cy Endfield was better than this .. lol

Didn't realise he was over in Blighty coz he was blacklisted in America ..

I watched it for the first third then capsized.

Poor old Victor McLaglen being cast as an old washed out letch .. Some posters in this place sure .. but not Victor McLaglen .. This guy enrolled for the Boer war as a teenager .. fought in the First .. Fought Jack Johnson .. Fought John Wayne ...

For Victor to end up in a film like this made my heart sink ...

He was dead a year later .. on my Birthday.

Another actor in this pile of garbage , David Oxley, was born on my birthday ...

Spookey huh ?

Shaw and Baker look like they're about to take on the world ..

This movie should be consigned to the darkest deepest depths of the Med tho ..

Hell Drivers faffs all over this .

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  harrylime: And yeah ok not the last post from me on ere ..

I'm entitled to change my mind tho ..

I'm entitled to do anything.

I'm entitled.

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  MissScarlett: <Hazz>, agreed the film was more furry than fury, but I still quite enjoyed it. A few years before, Baker played the baddie sailor role in <Hell Below Zero>.

Give me your top 10 nautical films.

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  harrylime: Yo <SCAZZASHIPWRECK> !


My top ten "nautical " films ..

Hmmmmmm !

Now Ere's a challenge ..

Do I need scurvy or a bottle of Rum to make this list Captain <Scazzo> ?!

Hmmmm ok .....

Number one .. <The Sea Hawk>

Has Ower Errol ever been so dashing and charismatic ?

Has England ever seemed so mystical and enchanting ?

Has Claude Rains ever seemed so sinister .. well yeah ok Casablanca was just around the corner so I'll concede on this .. lol

And Michael Curtiz ! ...

The movie explodes with 2nd world war analogies .. Battle of Britain.. Spitfires.. parachuting regiments .. Germans... All are in this Elizabethan swashbuckler ...It was made in 1940 ! lol

But more than this; It possess' a magic and charm which will NEVER be captured again in cinema.

So <The Sea Hawk> is my NUMBER ONE ..

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  MissScarlett: Good stuff, <Hazz>. You should be flying the flag over at where the defunct IMDb forums have reared their ugly heads again....
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  harrylime: You asked for a top ten ..

That was just number one ! lol lol

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  harrylime: NUMBER TWO..

<Das Boot>

Anyone who wants to get off in thinking they are being buried alive and suffocated with a group of strange men should watch this movie ! lol lol

I played around in a German Bomb crater as a kid .. it had mutated into a nature reserve with trees surrounding it and water and fish and aquatic life wallowing in it ..

I just hope Angela Merkel is aware of this .. lol

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  OhioChessFan: Das Boot is a must see. I guess it's the German thing, but many people have not heard of it, much less seen it.
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  technical draw: <OCF> . I've seen Das Boot in German and didn't think to much about it. I was told it was a great film so I expected more. It was a let down.
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  technical draw: Wait a minute! This is <MissScarlett>'s forum. I don't think I've ever posted here. Anyway, greetings Miss. I hope all is fine with you. Signed, TD.
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  zanzibar: Beware voyagers - this is the land of the prematurely dead.


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