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Atmar
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Tron in the UK BBC1

on Sunday, April, 20, 2003 2:41 PM
Tron was supposed to be on at 12:15 GMT London on BBC1.
But guess what my beloved movie had to be changed due to the Pope babbling on a lil too much or doing what he wanted to but taking his time over it.

Grr the [Expletive Deleted]
So guess what I decided to download it until I can get into the city and buy the DVD!

Atmar


 
foilism
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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Sunday, April, 20, 2003 2:49 PM
Another Brit-tron, good to hear from you


 
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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Wednesday, April, 23, 2003 5:57 PM
Well,the BBC do tend to play around with their programming schedules quite a bit.Take episodes of Star Trek that have been shunted aside to a later date or just cancelled due to all important snooker tournaments or some other dross that could easily be show at a later time.However I must admit that the BBC do tend to show Tron on a regular basis even though it always seems to be during school holidays.

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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Wednesday, April, 23, 2003 6:28 PM
Welcome to the Sector, Atmar


 
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i've said it omce and i'll say it again!

on Thursday, May, 01, 2003 5:12 AM
once again it's time to act suspiciously about the whole situation. I mean the film "The Great Outdoors" was possibly the worst film I had ever experienced (torture)!
But it is almost certain that it will be rescheduled at another date and when it is it will be a surefire hit!

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Lew
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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Thursday, May, 01, 2003 7:12 AM
I'm sure Sky Movies will show it again sometime (and again, and again and again - when they get the rights to screen a film they certainly make sure they get their money's worth). Hopefully it'll be after the summer, as Sky are supposedly switching all their channels to widescreen broadcasts this summer. Mmmm... 12 anamorphic widescreen, commercial-free movie channels... *drool!*


 
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on Thursday, May, 01, 2003 10:59 AM
But I don't get sky movies!


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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Saturday, May, 03, 2003 6:44 PM
I was gutted when I realised they'd taken it off. Like a bear with a naked butt can compare. Really.

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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Saturday, May, 03, 2003 7:52 PM
nekkid butt bear?!?!??!?!?!?

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Pixel
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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Saturday, May, 03, 2003 8:24 PM
Yes yes!

Some John Candy movie. The bear had it's butt blown off by a gun.

I'd sure pay for that over TRON any time... 0_o

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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Saturday, May, 03, 2003 11:18 PM
Oh lord! HA HA HA HA! I remember that!
Gun blew all the hair of the bears butt and sent him running for the woods crying like a baby!
I forget what the name of the movie even was.

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Compucore
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Re: Tron in the UK BBC1

on Saturday, May, 03, 2003 11:24 PM
I think it was called Canadian Bacon or something like that. Or The Great Outdoors I think. I can't remember the exact title of the film that had that in there.




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