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Continuing this occasional series about the collection of DVD films stored on my bookshelves, I slipped this stack of six from one of the front rows earlier. The selection surprised me. Even though I have watched all the films reviewed in these posts, I am guilty of sometimes forgetting what I actually own.
84 Charing Cross Road (1987)
Based on the book by Helen Hanff, this was produced by Mel Brooks, and starred his wife, Anne Bancroft, alongside the always reliable Antony Hopkins. This is a true story that gave rise to Hanff’s book, which was followed by a stage play, on which the film is based. An American researcher writes to a bookshop in London, and receives a reply from the manager. So begins a series of increasingly intimate letters between the two that lasted for nineteen years, though they never met.
This may not seem like a riveting…
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I love this movie. I have it and watch it all the time. It’s fabulous.
Thanks for the re-blog, Sarah. x
Is there anything more heart-warming and life affirming than 84 Charing Cross Road? A quietly charming myth of a film.
I couldn’t agree more, Paul!