Four classic Olivier films packaged together in this wonderful collection. Features: Long Days Journey Into Night Laurence Olivier and Eugene O'Neill are...... more
Four classic Olivier films packaged together in this wonderful collection. Features: Long Days Journey Into Night Laurence Olivier and Eugene O'Neill are brought together in this acclaimed stage production by the National Theatre Company of O'Neill's masterpiece. Author Eugene O'Neill gives an autobiographical account of his explosive home life fused by a drug-addicted mother a father who wallows in drink after realising he is no longer a famous actor and an older brother who is an emotionally unstable misfit. That Hamilton Woman Oscar winning film starring Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh. Leigh was fresh from Gone With The Wind and newly married to Olivier when the film was made in 1941 - which gave this Hollywood history of the romance between LordNelson and Lady Hamilton added appeal. Q Planes Prototype British planes are mysteriously disappearing on their test flights and Major Hammond of Scotland Yard is called in to investigate. After overcoming his initial alienation from the group he teams up with ace pilot Tony McVane to try to solve the mystery. The problem is still unsolved when Tony goes up on a test flight and is brought down over the Atlantic by a ship. When taken aboard as a captive he discovers the other missing airmen and attempts to devise a way for them to escape. The Divorce of Lady X Laurence Olivier plays Logan a divorce lawyer stranded by fog in an already overcrowded hotel. A beautiful woman called Leslie commandeers his bedroom relegating him to the sofa eating his breakfast and sneaking off leaving only a note: 'Goodbye Lady X'. She bumps into him later that day and overhears him make some disparaging remarks about women in a divorce case. So Leslie 'Lady X' decides to teach him a lesson and sets him up to realise the error in his ways.
Advantages: Decent microbrewed beers, easy to get to Disadvantages: Expensive (but Geneva is); not very special without the beers
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The Lord Nelson pub is situated on a pedestrianised square in the heart of Geneva, about five minutes walk from the Pont du Mont Blanc. It has lots of outdoor seating but it was raining heavily on the day we visited so we went inside; I would think imagine that in good weather it?s a great place to people watch.
The sign over the door proclaims "Brasserie du Molard...
Advantages: Cheep and great beer Disadvantages: Can get a little busy later on
...The Lord Nelson that i sometimes go to is in Urmston, Manchester. It is a lovely place and has a wonderful atmosphere. It is a Joseph Holts pub, and for those who have never had the chance to drink in a Joseph Holts pub, let me explain.
Joseph Holts is the best pint of bitter i have ever had, and ive drunk a few. Quite personally i think that the lager is awful, but then again i dont drink...
...we did find a place to stay for the night; The Lord Hill Hotel.
The Lord Hill Hotel is a hotel situated in the Shropshire town of Shrewsbury. The hotel is located within approximately fifteen minutes from the town centre.
Before visiting, I had heard of this hotel (and apparently it was very posh), although I had never actually been there. So, I was expecting a very posh hotel. I was really...